Redeeming Female Sexuality

The Nines Conference 2014


While it may present itself in different forms, female sexuality reflects the same brokenness as that of male sexuality. In this 5-minute session from The Nines Conference 2014, Chrystie Cole, Women's Ministry Advisor at Grace Church in Greenville, South Carolina, reflects on her experience to offer some suggestions for how churches can help women heal from sexual brokenness and grow into deeper spiritual maturity.


Which of Chrystie’s points did you find most impactful? Why?
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What did the Lord reveal to you through this message? (Did you gain a fresh insight in how to approach the issue of sexuality within your context? What challenged you? Were you convicted of sin?)
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How were you encouraged through this message? How can you use what you’ve learned to address sexuality biblically—in your personal life, at work, or at church—and equip others as disciples of Christ?
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How, practically, can you implement what you heard from this message in your life and/or ministry today? What changes will you make in your approach to biblical sexuality as a result of what you’ve just heard?
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Sexual sin may be personal, but it is not private. As Chrystie pointed out, female sexuality is powerful and has important ramifications for relationships in both the church and society as a whole. More importantly, it poses risks to the maturity of followers of Christ. In the conversation regarding sexual brokenness, women cannot be forgotten. Be intentional about creating opportunities in your context for addressing the brokenness of female sexuality. The church has an important role to play in helping them walk deeply with the Savior.


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