Here we go again.

Last February I reported on the 30-day sex challenge that came from a “church” aptly named Relevant Church (imagine that).

Sadly this same gimmick is being regurgitated by Ed Young but now it’s only a 7-day sex challenge. You may remember Ed Young from his other ridiculous attempt at courting the mistress of relevance in this previous post.

4 thoughts on “Here we go again.

  1. For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. (Matthew 6:21)

    The hireling Ed Young says:

    “The goal is for the church to talk about sex”

    “Get 20,000 people to have sex for seven straight days”


    “How do we turn whining to whoopie?”

    “Put God back in bed”

    Sadly it seems that Ed Young’s treasure is in his flesh. I refuse to call this man a pastor.


    How long, oh Lord?!?


  2. Before you raise an eyebrow about this challenge…check out this past weekend’s message at to see what God says about sex and marriage in scripture.

    Why do we continue to allow the media to dictate sexual norms? As a mother of 3 teenage boys, I am deeply troubled by the volume of casual sex bombarding our kids. Sexual intercourse carries with it deep emotional, physical, and spiritual ramifications that if taken out of the marriage bed can do significant harm. No one bats an eyelash at the porn star reality show, yet we are quick to criticize this open discussion in church.

    It is time that sex is taken back from our culture and returned to the place where it all began—one man and one woman in marriage, God’s way. ^i^


  3. Dawn,

    You said: No one bats an eyelash at the porn star reality show, yet we are quick to criticize this open discussion in church.

    This is because we are to expect unrepentant sinners to act like unrepentant sinners. The media and their debauched sexual obsessions are manifestations of man’s wicked, unregenerate, natural sinful condition.

    We’re quick to criticize foolish “sex-periments” within the church because it’s set apart for the holy and reverent worship of God, the preaching and teaching of His Word, and the fellowship of the saints – not moronic publicity stunts.

    Does your husband teach your three teenage boys the Word of God? Do you?

    In Christ,


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