Because dads don't always think like moms.
We’ve written before about the books 365 Days and Just Do It. Our advice was to buy them and leave them where “someone” might see them, give them a read, and hopefully pick up the challenge at the same time.
A week after the Rev. Ed Young challenged husbands and wives among his flock of 20,000 to strengthen their unions through Seven Days of Sex, his advice was — keep it going.
Mr. Young, an author, a television host and the pastor of the evangelical Fellowship Church, issued his call for a week of “congregational copulation” among married couples on Nov. 16, while pacing in front of a large bed. Sometimes he reclined on the paisley coverlet while flipping through a Bible, emphasizing his point that it is time for the church to put God back in the bed.
“Today we’re beginning this sexperiment, seven days of sex,” he said, with his characteristic mix of humor, showmanship and Scripture. “How to move from whining about the economy to whoopee!”
[From Pastor’s Advice for Better Marriage – More Sex – NYTimes.com]
Now here’s a pastor who has an idea that might entice a lot of dads back to church.