“Sexual Sanity for Women” in Review

Men are sexual beings. Women are less sexual. All men struggle with sexual sin. There is something wrong with a woman who struggles with sexual sin. Men need help to overcome sexual addictions. Women don’t need help, because they don’t have sexual addictions.  These are some of the messages that our culture sends, causing some women to be too ashamed to be honest with themselves and others about their sexual battles. Christian women often fear that no one will understand their struggles. Many churches offer help for men to receive freedom from sexual addictions, but how often do we see it discussed amongst women? Sexual Sanity for Women, by Editor Ellen Dykas of Harvest USA, is a workbook that gives women the freedom to discuss their relational and sexual sins and to find healing from them. Harvest USA is a ministry “committed to offering hope in Jesus to men and women struggling with sexual brokenness and sin.”

Read the full review at The Center for Gospel Culture.

About Stephanie Krier

Stephanie Krier Stephanie Krier was raised in beautiful Nor Cal. She and her husband Bobby moved to Boston in 2007, but recently relocated to a little village near Aberdeen, Scotland for her husband's grad program at RGU. Stephanie graduated from UMASS with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Psychology and a Music Minor. She loves to see how individuals are shaped and influenced by society. Now that she lives in the Scottish shire, she spends her free time doing a bit of gardening, blogging about her new life in Scotland (scotlandkriers.wordpress.com), exploring the countryside with her dog, Luther, and visiting castles with her husband!
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