Welcome to our website.
Our purpose is to promote the biblical
view of human sexual conduct, to teach the biblical virtues of
chastity, modesty, chivalry (men treating women with honour and
respect) and fidelity. We believe that there is a great hunger
among many people, and especially among young people, to return to
the great moral truths taught in the Bible. We believe that
God's word appeals to the human heart, and when people hear God's
plan for human sexual behaviour, and the meaning and purpose of
marriage, they know in their conscience that God's way is right.
The only sure guide for sexual conduct is God's word.
As our ministry is promote the biblical view of human sexual conduct,
oppose those who teach a false view of the Christian message. Only the Word of God has power to change lives.
Our latest book,
What is going on in Christian
Sex Education? by Dr ES Williams, published in October 2009,
examines the so-called Christian version of sex education that is
being promoted by a number of Christian organisation, the most
prominent of which is CARE, and shows it to be fundamentally flawed.
Biblical teaching on sexual conduct (marriage and the virtues of
chastity, modesty and self-control) is contrasted with the ABC
message (A for abstain, B for be faithful, C for condoms) of the sex
educators. The practice of Christian organisations teaching
schoolchildren about condoms is deeply damaging to the witness of
the Church. A review in Bible League Quarterly (January-March
2011) describes What is going on in Christian Sex Education?
as a devastating exposure of compromise. "Dr Williams demonstrates
that CARE has diluted almost to the point of extinction its
Christian message on immorality... By joining the Government's
sexual ethics agenda, CARE has lost all right to be regarded as a
Christian organisation... It's a sad day that this reviewer has to
commend such a book, but commend it I do."
We have a number of publications that deal with
the important moral issues of our time. We provide a Christian response to
the amoral sex education that is being promoted with such vigour by the British Government.
Our leaflets, The divine plan
for sexual conduct and
The Outrage of Amoral Sex Education have been written to provide biblical
advice for young people on how they should conduct themselves from a
sexual point of view and to warn of the dangers of the Government's
amoral sex education. Those who read these leaflets will
understand why the Government's 'safer sex' message is fundamentally
amoral. We hope that this pair of leaflets will be widely read, for
they show young people God's plan for sexual conduct and why
current state sex education is a weapon in the hands of those who
are promoting a revolution against God's standard of sexual
behaviour. These leaflets can be downloaded and freely distributed.
We also deal with
cohabitation which is a major issue for young
people, especially young women. There are sections that provide
information on marriage, divorce,
remarriage and abortion. An
article, The Attack on the Unborn
Child, describes the wickedness of the abortion industry in the
UK, and the deception of the pro-choice organisations, The British
Pregnancy Advisory Service, Marie Stopes International and CARE
Our new book,
The Outrage of Amoral
Sex Education, published in November 2006, is a
devastating critique of sex education in the UK. It aims is to
show parents, teachers and church leaders the reality of what is
happening in the school classroom. The relationship between sex
education and the sexual revolution is clearly demonstrated. The
amoral ideology of sex education is illustrated through a series of
graphics taken from sex education literature. The Christian
compromise around the ABC approach to sex education is discussed.
This book is essential reading for concerned parents and those who
wish to defend our children against the worst excesses of amoral
state-sponsored sex education.
We have published (November 2006) the
booklet, Christians and the
contraception culture, in response to the Christian
Institutes book, Contraception: a pro-life, which promotes
the concept of what it calls pro-life contraception in the Church.
According to the Christian Institute, clergy providing premarital
courses should promote obviously pro-life methods of contraception.
Clearly, the aim of the Christian Institute is to influence the way
evangelicals think and teach about contraception. For this reason we
need to take A pro-life guide seriously.
To read the full text of
Christians and the contraception culture click here.
LIFE claims that its non-directive,
non-judgmental abortion counselling, based on the psychological
approach of Carl Rogers, is pro-life. Our booklet,
LIFE and Non-directive
Counselling, shows that LIFE's non-directive counselling is
no different from that of any pro-choice organisation. Is LIFE
Lessons in Depravity - sex education and the sexual revolution, is an important book that demonstrates the
link between the amoral teachings of the sexual revolution and the sex
education that is being promoted in the UK. Dr ES Williams, former Director of Public Health,
after a careful analysis of sex education policy in the UK, reaches
the following conclusion:
"It is my contention that sex education has evolved out of
the ideas of the sexual revolution. When we grasp this essential
point, the real objective of sex education becomes clear..."
To counter the amorality that is being promoted by sex education
we have produced two booklets, aimed at young people,
conduct - advice for young women and
Sexual conduct - advice
for young men, that give the biblical view of sexual conduct.
Ten difference between the teachings of Sex education and the
Bible demonstrates the amoral ideology that lies behind sex education.
It is available free of charge and we hope that it will be widely distributed.
Abstinence or Chastity?
shows the difference between
these two concepts. In summary, abstinence is a pragmatic choice based on
"what's best for me", whereas chastity is a moral choice based on God's word.
Sexual conduct: biblical advice for young people, has
been received with great joy by young people in Uganda, and being widely
distributed around Uganda and Rwanda.
The full text of our booklet Cohabitation or Marriage? can be
A major book on the history of divorce
in the UK and the USA, The Great Divorce
Controversy, describes the pathway to mass divorce. It
provides clear biblical teaching on marriage, divorce and
remarriage, and shows that marriage is an indissoluble bond between
a man and his wife.
In July 2005 we published,
What is going on in Christian Crisis Pregnancy
Counselling?, a book that examines the issue of Christian pregnancy
counselling from a biblical perspective. For Christians who
support the network of Christian Crisis Pregnancy Counselling
Centres set up by CARE, this book is essential reading.
CARE's uses situation ethics
rather than biblical truth in
counselling pregnant women. Read the Review by Dr
Our critique of CARE's sex education
leaflet, Quite a
Catch, has recently been posted. It demonstrates how
CARE propagates the advice of the World Health Organisation rather
than biblical truth. Quite a Catch is important for it provides
a clear illustration of the amoral ideology that drives CARE. It is
important for those Christians who support CARE financially to wake up
to the reality of what is being done with their money and in their
name. ‘They have spoken in my name lying words that I did not command
them. I am the one who knows, and I am witness, declares the
Lord’ (Jeremiah 20:23).
critique of Christian Aids' booklet Dying to Learn shows that
the sex education programme promoted by Christian Aid is based on
human ideology and the wisdom of this world, and not on biblical
truth. There is a massive gulf between the biblical view of
sexual conduct and Christian Aid's message of 'safer sex'. The
young people of Africa deserve better from the Christian Church.
Christianity and the demoralisation of sex, which discusses
the compromise of the so-called 'Christian version' of sex
education, has recently been published in Evangelicals Now.
The plea is for the Church to return to sound biblical teaching with
regard to sexual conduct. The article points to the
inherent compromise within the popular ABC approach to sex
Our pamphlet Do
condoms protect children? presents evidence to show that
condoms are largely ineffective in protecting children against
pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
This website was updated on 9th January 2012