More Than Just the Talk Paperback
Becoming Your Kids' Go-To Person about Sex
by Jonathan McKee;
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More Than Just the Talk
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The old ways of having the "sex talk" just won't cut it anymore. Sadly, the number one place today's young people go to for answers about sex is Google. Meanwhile, kids view nearly 14,000 sexual references a year on television, and 70 percent of teenagers have encountered pornography on the Internet. If we want our children to know the truth about healthy sexuality, we need to create a comfortable climate of continual conversations.
Jonathan McKee will show you how to move beyond the initial awkwardness of this subject into an ongoing communication with your kids about God's amazing gift of sex. He equips you with what you need to talk openly about dating, temptation, porn, and purity, and you will find answers to tough questions and relevant Scripture on sexual issues.
It's normal for kids to be curious about sexuality, and they need to know that their parents are the most reliable source of information. Be the one your kids turn to on this crucial topic.
More Than Just the Talk by Jonathan McKee was published by Baker in April 2015. The ISBN for More Than Just the Talk is 9780764212949.
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|Page last updated||6th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Jonathan McKee|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Baker (April 2015)|
|Number of Pages||224|