We’re going to use this page to let you all know a little more about who we are!
Founders & Current CN authors:
Hi! I’m cumingirl. I’m a stay at home mom to my two children. I met my husband in high school and we married young. We’ve been together for a total of 17 years already! We’re both Christians and attend a Baptist church. We’ve had typical ups and downs that come with being married, but overall we have a solid marriage, and we’ve grown so much since we first said our vows.
I’ve been friends with the other authors of this blog for a while now. I’ve come to love each one of these ladies. It’s such a blessing to have wonderful Christian women that you can count on in good times and in bad. I chose the spice of cumin to be my username. I read a little about it and just knew it was for me. Look at what wikipedia says about cumin:
“Cumin can be used to season many dishes, as it draws out their natural sweetnesses. It is traditionally added to curries, enchiladas, tacos, and other Middle-eastern, Indian, Cuban and Mexican-style foods. It can also be added to salsa to give it extra flavour.
Superstition during the Middle Ages cited that cumin kept chickens and lovers from wandering. It was also believed that a happy life awaited the bride and groom who carried cumin seed throughout the wedding ceremony.”
So cumin adds flavor to foods! Not too much though. Just a little can go a long way. I’d like to think that this is me….adding flavor to discussions! I also laughed at the folklore about the bride and groom carrying it in their wedding ceremony. So I found a sexy diva avatar and added my name!
Hi everyone! I’m cinnamonsticks. I’ve been married to my husband for about 10 years and we are blessed to be the parents of two children. We feel very thankful that we have so much fun as a family. I started my walk with God at a very young age. In fact, I don’t remember a time when I ever did not recognize Him as my Savior. I love seeing Him at work in the world and in my life. I love the way He makes me feel alive in every way.
Cinnamon is one of my favorite spices. Probably the only spice I use more is garlic (but who wants to be garlicgirl). Cinnamon is sweet and spicy which I think describes me well. Cinnamon sticks are used practically and also decoratively, and if you know me, you know that as important as it is to me that things be practical, I also love it when something makes my world more beautiful.
The message of exciting sexuality in marriage is something I am passionate about. The Christian Nympho blog is an excellent platform for me to speak out on a subject that God has given me a heart for, but for now has not called me to speak on publicly.
Hi! My name is Spicynutmeg. I am a work out of the home Mom. I met and married the world’s greatest man and we’ve been married over 12 years. I have 2 wonderful children that keep me busy and on my toes. We are both Christians and have been attending a nondenominational Bible church for almost 9 years now.
Like my good friend, cumingirl, I have been friends for quite awhile with all the authors on this blog. They are like sisters to me, and ya know, we’re all sisters in Christ. I cannot imagine my life without their friendship in it at all. I know that I have been through a lot in the past 2 years going through a sexual awakening that I am sure I will blog about. I hope that the experiences I have had in the past 2 years that have changed my marriage into a threesome (God, me and my husband) will help someone else out that doesn’t think there is any hope for their marriage and their marriage bed.
I chose my name nutmeg for the following reason. The nutmeg seed is encased in a mottled yellow, edible fruit, the approximate size and shape of a small peach. The fruit splits in half to reveal a net-like, bright red covering over the seed. This is the aril which is collected, dried and sold as mace. Under the aril is a dark shiny nut-like pit, and inside that is the oval shaped seed which is the nutmeg. I feel that I have been encased in Satan’s lies and deceit for most of my married life, and it isn’t until the past year that God opened my heart to reveal the truth to me. Nutmeg is usually associated with sweet, spicy dishes — pies, puddings, custards, cookies and spice cakes. It combines well with many cheeses, and is included in soufflés and cheese sauces. In soups it works with tomatoes, slit pea, chicken or black beans. It complements egg dishes and vegetables like cabbage, spinach, broccoli, beans onions and eggplant. It flavours Italian mortadella sausages, Scottish haggis and Middle Eastern lamb dishes. It is often included as part of the Moroccan spice blend ras el hanout. It is indispensable to eggnog and numerous mulled wines and punches. It also has medicinal qualities like improving appetite and digestion.
So I hope that you enjoy our blog and get some insight on God’s plan for sex in marriage. It is the best wedding gift that you get from God! May God bless and keep you in all the days of your life!
aka nutmeg nympho
Former CN Authors:
Hi, I am Peppermintgirl!!! My husband and I have been married for 9 years and we are both Christians. I am a stay at home mom to 5 kids. The other authors on this blog are my sisters as well as mentors. I look up and admire them more than words can say. In a way they are each a piece of peppermint to me. I feel like I can identify with my name on a few different levels. Peppermint has been found to stop fungi and bacteria growth. Just as peppermint keeps out unwanted fungi and bacteria I to will do my best to keep out Satan’s lies and deception. It is also a stimulant. In my bedroom I am my husband’s stimulant. Instead of him reaching for that cup of coffee first thing in the morning he reaches for me. Peppermint is mentioned in the Bible as being a ‘God given healing herb’. I feel that most of us need healing on some level. I hope this blog can be a little piece of peppermint to you, our readers.
I’m GingerMama. I am a sahm with a bunch of wicked cute kiddoes who keep me really busy. GingerPapa and I have been married for about 14 years, and our marriage only gets better and better.
Sex has always been an important part of our relationship, and we’ve been blessed with great chemistry in that area, although we have had some rough patches over the years. About a year and a half ago I underwent a sexual reawakening of sorts. I saw that I had limited myself sexually because I carried around a lot of baggage left over from “Christian” theology that wasn’t based on Scripture. Since then I have made it my business to talk to my married Christian girlfriends about the joys of sex. I like to encourage them to be adventurous and to really be completely available to their husbands. I see this as my little ministry.
I view this blog in the same light: an effort to help Christian women to live fully, wholeheartedly, relishing this great gift that has been given to us. It is my prayer that all who read this blog will be blessed by its contents.
I’m Sugar and Spice and I’m the latest addition to this spicy bunch of gals. Rest assured that I’ve been with them from the beginning of this blog… just more behind the scenes.
I have been with my darling husband for over a decade and together we have three sweethearts. We enjoy serving our local church in many facets including administration, children’s and youth programs, worship team, maintenance and teaching. When I’m not focusing on a spicy marriage bed, the majority of my time is filled by being a SAHM and connecting with people both on line and in person.
I chose my name because Sugar and Spice is the way that I live my life: I have a friendly disposition… but I can be sassy too. I desire to always speak in truth and love, although I’m the first to admit that I’m a work in progress. (But, aren’t we all?) As disciples of our Lord, it’s important to live with a Christ-centered attitude. Everything that we do, should glorify His name and that includes what happens in our bedrooms. I believe that the Church has missed the mark when it comes to sexuality and it’s time for us to help rewrite the World’s sexual recipes!
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