Here is a short teaser for one of the seminars taking place at the TFT National Conference, taking place from the 4th - 6th of October. This seminar will be looking at sharing everyday life with others and how we approach living in a house with others of the same-sex.
I’ve never needed much encouragement to read. But for a long time I felt nervous of touching anything that might have a hint of sexuality about it, because doing so might either expose my own struggles with my sexuality or increase the intensity of those feelings...
Pornography, masturbation, sexual fantasy, lustful thoughts... They’re just men’s issues, aren’t they? The ways in which women struggle may often be subtly different to our male counterparts, but the fundamental issues of our sinful hearts seeking fulfilment in the wrong places are just the same.
Within the Body of Christ, we have a family responsibility to one another as God’s children. When we start to think about our spiritual brothers and sisters, it soon becomes apparent that we have a responsibility to all of our fellow members in how we behave. How much are we challenged by what Paul says in 1 Corinthians 12:26: “if one part suffers, every part suffers with it”?
In this article Ed and Jonny, two TFT members, discuss the benefits of accountability apps on their smartphones
God knits each of us together in a unique and individual way. Praise God, we are each ‘fearfully and wonderfully made’ by our perfect Creator! (Psalm 139:13-14). In a fallen world, this means of course that a person’s experience of same-sex temptations will be – at least to some degree – unique to them. Inevitably, then, there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to supporting people.