by Jason Evert
Marriage is the first step in starting a family, but many couples feel the need to space the births of their children. What options are there for couples who follow the teachings of the Catholic Church when it comes to birth control?
Natural family planning (NFP) is 99 percent effective in accurately spacing births, and has numerous other benefits.
In an accessible question-and-answer format, Jason Evert explains the biological, spiritual and relational benefits of NFP.
Pure Intimacy will help readers understand God’s plan for the gift of their sexuality and the many graces of natural family planning, helping them build stronger marriages and thus stronger families.
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