3rd Annual 7 Days of Sex Challenge: Get Set!

Are you ready to sign up for the 3rd Annual 7 Days of Sex Challenge? Not sure, then read the Get Ready! post and let us know that you are joining us for seven fun filled days of passion, romance, prayer, and sex. This years challenge will be held from May 6th – 12th, 2012.

Do you want to succeed? We want you to and we are here to help you make it. If there is one thing we want more than anything is for you to walk away from your 7 Days of Sex Challenge with a renewed sense of passion, romance, and sexual intimacy in your marriage.

Here’s the heads up, today is the most important day of the challenge. No were not even going to have sex today, but we are going to be intentional about having sex. Pull out your calendars and take 15 minutes before the 7 Days of Sex Challenge starts to write down when you are going to have sex. Yes, it might seem weird to do this right now. Believe us we’ve thought the same way when we first did this. What we have experienced and seen is that those who are intentional about when they are having sex during the challenge are the ones who complete the challenge.

Go get those calendars already.

Remember what we said earlier. We want you to succeed.

We’ll see you on Sunday May 6th for Day 1.

Until then check out our 2nd book 7 Days of Sex Challenge Ready, Set, Go! Action Guide available on Kindle. Pick it up today for more insights to having an amazing challenge.

As C.S. Lewis once said, “Sex that is too serious is deprived of the romp and fun that is essential to a healthy enjoyment of sex.”

After reading this book, you’ll be armed with the knowledge on what you need to do to have your own 7 Days of Sex Challenge. Every year our marriages need to be growing and it is important for you to accomplish something that will set it up for a lot of growth.

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