“Sex Box” which first aired in the UK in 2013, will feature gay and straight couples, both married and unmarried, who will engage in sexual intercourse in an enclosed box on stage in front of a live audience. Couples then discuss their problems with intimacy with a panel of “sexperts.”
The “Sex Box” is opaque, soundproof and has no cameras.
Pastor Capehart, a couples’ counselor of 17 years said she rejected the offer to appear on the TV show three times before God spoke to her and told her to go on the show.
Capehart said, “…one thing about my life and one thing about God is He would push you to do some things that you probably think that you shouldn’t do. I’m so glad because through prayer after I turned it down the third time, the Lord as He did many times in my life, with everything else in my life, instructed me that He had prepared me to do this. My presence would make a difference in being on the show.”
The pastor says that she will be able to give biblical advice to couples on “Sex Box.”
“I’m doing what I was called to do,” Capehart said. “I’m called and anointed…to speak to all people. I’m not just bound by the people that come to church. I’m called to speak to people whether they are in the church, out of the church or in the world.”