Posts Tagged: pleasure

Limited Offer … Limited Supply!! Sex, God, & the Conservative Church – Erasing Sexual Shame! #endreligioussexualshame

AMAZING ENDORSEMENTS FOR SEX, GOD, & THE CONSERVATIVE CHURCH! Whether you were affected by the church’s negative view of sex, or you are a clinician who works with people whose sexual experience has been diminished, many have been waiting for this book for years! The wait is almost over! LIMITED SUPPLY … the publisher will likely… Read more »

6 Breathtaking Endorsements for Sex, God & the Conservative Church!

  While we are still designing the actual cover for my upcoming book … I am beyond grateful for these recent endorsements!!! “Masterfully integrating psychology and theology, Sellers gives us a groundbreaking, razor-sharp view into conservative Christian culture and its shame-inducing sexual ethic. As a psychologist, I am impressed by the precision, validity and robustness… Read more »

2017 … Precious, Divine, Beloved, Holy …

A week or so ago a friend of mine delivered her first child. A miracle baby hoped in love, conceived in love, nourished in love and now held in love. I thought today how words like sanctified and holy meant set apart for divine purpose … and how the very act of sanctifying something or… Read more »

Made in the Image of God … sexually???

      What does it mean to be made in the image of God when we think about our sexuality? It seems in order to answer this, I have to wonder again what sexuality is. Or what it is as it relates to the image of God. Sexuality is not something I have, it… Read more »

A Theology of Sexual Justice – Musings on Sex, Communion and Justice …

  On bread and wine On people and place On God and sex On communion and justice   On Orcas Island reading: Divine Communion – Jay Emerson Johnson Erotic Justice – A Liberating Ethic of Sexuality – Marvin Ellison   Today’s questions – What do people want to say about the theological, spiritual and personal… Read more »

30 Day Challenge – Save Your Marriage from the Tyranny of the Urgent

The other day, I was talking to a young colleague of mine – freshly minted with a marriage and a thriving clinical practice.  Life was busy and good … and all laid out.  A new house and kids were next on the agenda. “Yep, and then” I thought, “life gets nutso!!” Listening to her was… Read more »