Fearful & Wonderful Sexuality | 18 years and older | Starts Wednesday 25 May

Our Fearful & Wonderful Sexuality workshop is geared towards Christians seeking to develop a healthy sexual identity.

In today’s world, it can be easy to feel confused or ashamed about your sexuality; but worry no more! This biblically-based workshop creates an inclusive, safe space for Christians of all ages to explore their sexuality in a way that honours God, and yourself.

Some of our topics include:

  • The origin of biblical sexuality/ biblical worldview
  • The biblical design for gender
  • The biblical narrative around gender identification and gender roles
  • The role of covenants in biblical relationships
  • The biblical idea for marriage and procreation 

And so much more!

This online workshop takes place via Zoom and includes age specific breakout sessions/discussions as well as questions and answers that help you gain deeper insight into your sexuality.

The FWS workshop is broken up into four sessions:
Wednesday, 25 May(7-9:30pm) &
Friday, 27 May
 ( 7 – 10pm)
Wednesday, 1 June (7-10pm) &
Friday 3 June ( 7 – 9:30pm)


Price: R400

Live & Video Lessons

Watch, listen and learn as André and the Sexuality Matters team guide you in how to understand and navigate sexuality matters.

Total of 4, 3 hour sessions

Course Guide

Access to ‘Basic Sexuality: A Biblical Worldview’ downloadable PDF resource to be your guide and workbook throughout the workshop.

Get started now

Sign up and receive a Zoom link to access the live workshop hosted by André and the Sexuality Matters team.

Listen and learn as sexuality specialist and counsellor, André Webster, equips you to become disciples who are comfortable with your sexuality.  Ending sessions off with an open Q&A where you can learn from other like minded individuals.

Testimony from our latest workshop:

‘Personally, a highlight was sex and sexuality within the covenant – it makes it easier for me to function in my house as a father.’

‘I am so grateful that we were able to do this, what we’ve heard and seen will impact generations from now.’


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