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Resource: DVD (LOVING) Love, Sex & Lasting Relationships     
Author: Ingram, Chip
Publisher: Walk Through the Bible, 2004
Vendor: Walk Through The Bible
Length: 10 sessions
Heading: MAR — Marriage
Subjects: Communication; Love; Marriage; Sex And Sexuality
Location: MAR OV
# Copies: 1
ISBN/ISSN: 9781885447432
 Description: Everyone wants to love and be loved. The pursuit of “true love” is everywhere you look! It’s romanticized on TV and in the movies we watch. There are books about it, songs about it, internet dating, and even seminars on it… all of which are designed to help you find that special someone to love.
So why is “true love” so elusive? Could it be that the picture of love we see in today’s culture is nothing more than an illusion? If so, what does real love look like?
In this 10-part small group curriculum, you’ll discover that there is a better way to find love, stay in love, and grow in intimacy for a lifetime. Chip Ingram unpacks Ephesians Chapter 5 and delivers to us God’s prescription for building relationships that last a lifetime.
Whether single, single again, or wanting more from your marriage, join Chip and learn how you can begin the journey toward a lasting, loving relationship.
Session 1: Hollywood’s Formula for Lasting, Loving Relationships
Session 2: Two Models for Lasting Relationships
Session 3: Before You “Fall in Love”
Session 4: How to Know If You’re in Love
Session 5: Love and Sex: Knowing the Difference Makes All the Difference
Session 6: The Difference Between Love and Sex
Session 7: Sexual Purity in a Sex-Saturated World
Session 8: How to Say “Yes” to Love and “No” to Second-Rate Sex
Session 9: Wake Up World! There’s a Better Way to Do Relationships
Session 10: The Second Sexual Revolution
Age Groups: Adult (30-65)

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