A Space Called Chastity: A Message to Unmarried Women on God, Sex, and Relationships

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iUniverse, 2010 - Religion - 108 pages
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Are your romantic relationships in alignment with your purpose?
How desperate are you to fall in love?
What does God think about your sexual desires?
This groundbreaking book takes you on a journey away from highly sexualized media and "expert" advice, challenging you to turn inward and discover God's answers to the most essential questions about sex and dating.
Written primarily as a guide for unmarried Christian women, "A Space Called Chastity" is a tool that will help you identify and evaluate the sexual desires and intimate relationships that impact you spiritually. This refreshing new work gives practical insight into the most common situations unmarried women find themselves in, relating them to biblical principles and, ultimately, God's love. From helpful solutions for coping with sexual urges to testimonies from women about their relationships with men, "A Space Called Chastity" serves as a word of encouragement for you to go out, reclaim your passions, and move forward into your purposeful future.

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About the author (2010)

Ivy Julease Newman is a writer, musician, visual artist, and marketing professional. Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, Ivy earned her Bachelor's degree in Music Composition from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and a Master of Arts at Columbia University in Arts Administration. She resides in New York City.

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