Would the husband be bound to a sexless marriage with no hope for children?

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In this week’s update, Pastor Mark addresses the difficult question of would the husband be bound to a sexless marriage with no hope for children? Pastor Mark explores different views of sex – is sex gross? Is it god? Or is it a gift? Watch the video to learn more.

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This Week at MarkDriscoll.com
  • Luke is Coming! – After the remainder of the 1st Corinthians series, we’ll be sharing the 100-sermon series of Luke. Stay tuned for more coming later this Spring.
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1 Corinthians: Good News for Bad Christians“1 Corinthians: Good News for Bad Christians,” a 33 part series from Pastor Mark, is back online! Check out the sermon archive or subscribe to the podcast to hear Pastor Mark teach on what the Apostle Paul had to say to the church in Corinth. Here are a few of the recent sermons: