As sex has become a commonplace subject within pop culture, whether it be television, movies, music, or mere conversation, it has led many toward an acceptance of sexual activity outside of God’s design. In response we often ignore sex, pushing it away, thinking of the potential damage it can cause. Lost in this, is that God created sex for a purpose.
In this podcast episode I talk with Mo Isom about her story of sexual brokenness, and what healing looked like in response to it. We also chat about purity rings, true love waits, how sexual brokenness in her past has shaped her marriage, and where modesty fits into this whole conversation. I’m grateful to Mo for her willingness to share honestly, without glorifying her brokenness.
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Other links from the episode:
- Mo Isom’s book Sex, Jesus, and the Conversations the Church Forgot
- Mo’s first book Wreck My Life
- In my book Why Holiness Matters I share some of my own story of sexual brokenness.
- Theme music by Shoring