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Tina and Teddy Campbell admit having premarital sex
and tell singles why fornication is unhealthy
Article By LaTavia Mack // Empowering Everyday Women Ministries // Abstinence

February 15, 2017

Before marriage, Christian couple Tina and Teddy Campbell admit falling into the snare of
premarital sex. But hindsight is 20/20 and the love birds now say fornication was an unhealthy
mistake.

In their new YouTube series, “10 Minutes With Teddy And Tina,” the husband and wife ministry
team, that has found restoration after
infidelity nearly ripped them apart, told viewers their union
got off on the wrong foot.

“We entered into the relationship wrong,” admitted Teddy, former
percussionist for The Tonight
Show with Jay Leno.

“We went into a relationship having sex. You’ve got to be careful how you go into a relationship,”
he added.

Despite the Bible’s instructions in 1 Corinthians 6:18 to “flee fornication,” according to the
National Association of Evangelicals, 80 percent of unmarried evangelical Christians between
ages 18-29 admit to having had
premarital sex.

To help unmarried Christians make better choices, Tina and Teddy addressed the perils of
fornicating in their new video series which launched Tuesday, Feb. 14.

Being sexually intimate outside of the commitment of marriage is “not being single and whole in
your relationship with the Lord,” said Teddy.

Both he and his wife, one-half of the GRAMMY® Award-winning duo Mary Mary, said premarital
sex was even detrimental to the health of their marriage. According to Tina, after their marital
bliss ended up on a bumpy road, they tried to heal the brokenness with intercourse—a method
that failed miserably.

“It becomes a coping mechanism. It becomes a cover-up. It becomes a way to evade or avoid
dealing with the underlying issues,” she explained. “You just do whatever it takes to make
yourself feel good and I don’t really have to face myself, and deal with myself.”

The “Destiny” singer, however, wants singles to know sex is “an escape, but it’s not a solution.”

Watch the full video below.
Copyright © 2017-2020 Empowering Everyday Women Ministries, Inc. All rights reserved.
Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.
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