Raising Sexually Healthy Kids
In an increasingly sexualized world, it’s difficult to know how to teach your children about their sexuality in a godly way. On the one hand, you don’t want to give the impression that sex is bad or make them feel ashamed of their bodies. But on the other, you don’t want to reinforce the message, “If it feels good, do it.” How do you instill a godly view of sexuality into your child without just giving them a list of “don’ts”?
From his years of ministry on sexual issues, David White equips you to help your child form a positive, biblical framework for their sexuality. He walks you through how to build a basic foundation for understanding God’s purposes for sex, as well as giving you tips for how to address more complex issues that may arise as your child grows older and more aware of other expressions of sexuality.
About the Author
David White, M.Div., is the men’s ministry coordinator for Harvest USA. He disciples men, teaches seminary courses on ministering to the sexually broken, and speaks on sexual issues. David has taught courses on ministry to sexual strugglers at Biblical Seminary and Cairn University. David is a graduate of Temple University and Westminster Theological Seminary and is currently a teaching elder in the Philadelphia Presbytery (PCA).
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-Divorce Recovery: Growing and Healing God’s Way by Winston Smith
-Family Feuds: How to Respond by Timothy S. Lane
-Help for Stepfamilies: Avoiding the Pitfalls and Learning to Love by Winston T. Smith
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-Peer Pressure: Recognizing the Warning Signs and Giving New Direction by Paul David Tripp
-Should We Get Married?: How to Evaluate Your Relationship by William P. Smith
-Single Parents: Daily Grace for the Hardest Job by Robert D. Jones
-When the Money Runs Out: Hope and Help for the Financially Stressed by James C. Petty
-When Your Kid’s in Trouble: How to Intervene Constructively by William P. Smith