Seeking Truth — Reclaiming God’s Design for Human Sexuality

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Sex. Our culture is saturated with it, but the church rarely addresses it. Dr. Juli Slattery wants to change that. She’s co-founder of Authentic Intimacy, a ministry aiming to reclaim God’s design for human sexuality — and a guest on the newest edition of Seeking Truth with Julie Roys. In this episode, Julie explores:

  • How can sex abuse victims find healing?
  • Does a wife has a sexual duty to a husband?
  • What’s the spiritual purpose of human sexuality?
  • What hope is there for women who are post-abortive?

Book Giveaway

Win a copy of Juli Slattery and Linda Dillow’s latest book “Surprised By the Healer.” The book introduces “nine courageous women who have agreed to tell their stories, to share how they moved from hopelessness and brokenness to hope and healing. Whether from sexual abuse, betrayal in marriage, or other harrowing experiences, the Healer invited them on a unique journey of redemption in the midst of deep pain. He is inviting you, too.” No purchase necessary to enter. The contest ends on September 12, 2016. Winners will be notified by email.

Dr. Juli Slattery

guest_juli-slatteryDr. Juli Slattery is a widely known clinical psychologist, author, speaker and broadcast media professional. Her commitment to biblical principles, relatable style and quick wit have made her a highly sought after speaker to women’s groups. Juli is the co-founder of Authentic Intimacy, host of Java with Julie on the Moody Radio Network, and author of “Finding the Hero in Your Husband,” “No More Headaches” and “Guilt Free Motherhood.” She and her husband, Mike, have been married since 1994 and have three children.

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One thought on “Seeking Truth — Reclaiming God’s Design for Human Sexuality

  1. CJ

    Over a month ago you broadcast a program on Christians and violence. I was dismayed, grieved and worried that nothing was said regarding a child’s mental and spiritual stages of development. I was also dumbfounded that no one mentioned God’s explicit statements on violence. Ps 11:5 states he HATES violence. Pr. 1:19, 3:31, 24:2, Is. 60:18.
    And the youth pastor (from florida, I believe). I thank my God that my children were not subject to such wrong and stupid actions. The argument that he used for showing FIVE YEAR OLDs the mel Gibson movie on Jesus’s life was blind and ignorant. Such an irresponsible and damaging choice. And No One on your program spoke wisdom to that man. Setting aside the psychological damage , and considering just the idea that we need to show them such a movie. To help them understand the gospel, Christ’s sufferings. NO. Many many people have comprehended that through, prayer, Holy Spirit revelation, and scripture for hundreds of years.
    One of the first occasions in listening to your program that I have been apalled and terribly concerned.
    Last comment. The repeated exposure of the mind to violent expressions, written or imaged is scarring and people become innured. This does not honor God or the mind and emotions God has given us. Very disappointed.

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