Jan 1, 2017
Affairs and infidelity are occurring often in the Church. Not just among the congregants, but also among staff and pastors. How many great and influential pastors have fallen into sexual or emotional affairs in the last several years? If infidelity can happen to them, it can happen to us. We must be diligent to guard our hearts and our interactions with the opposite sex. Dr. Zack Carter joins us to talk about setting up wise boundaries with the opposite sex in ministry. Dr. Carter is a researcher and professor at Taylor University and has studied hundreds of affairs. He teaches on marital preservation, attraction, and non-verbal and online communication with the opposite sex. If you are serious about being faithful to your ministry and your spouse for the long haul, you would be wise to listen to this important episode.
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When you admit that you’re capable of having an affair, that’s when you can actually protect yourself. – Tweet That!
Our spouse should get the best of us, and everyone else should get the rest of us. – Tweet That!
The church is a holy place, but it’s prideful to say that we can’t fall into sin there. – Tweet That!
There will always be a disconnect between you and your spouse until you can disconnect from the sin you are in. – Tweet That!
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