Pastor: Married couples should have sex every day for a week
Nice that someone is saying good about sex from the pulpit.
"Sexuality is related to spirituality, so I think it can be spiritual growth as well, and we shouldn't be insecure about that," Kindley said.
"I think that historically, because of some of the writings of St. Augustine, there have been taboos associated with what is really a good gift of sexuality -- God's gift."
Young helped found Fellowship Church in Grapevine 18 years ago, and it now has campuses in Fort Worth, Dallas, Plano and Miami.
It's a nondenominational church that he says is loosely affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. The Grapevine church draws about 20,000 people each Sunday.
Young's Sunday sermon on seven days of sex will be posted on the church's Web site, he said.
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GRAPEVINE -- Marriage is the only right place for sex, says Ed Young, senior pastor of the Grapevine-based Fellowship Church.
So he's encouraging married couples to celebrate by having sex every day for a week starting Sunday.
"I think our culture, sadly, has taken sex out of context, and we want to put it back in context," Young said.
Society tells people to have sex promiscuously, Young said. So the church should preach the message to enjoy sex as God intends: in a marriage between a man and a woman.
"I think it's one of the greatest things you can do for your kids because so goes the marriage, so goes the family," Young said.