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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2005
No parent wants to admit that their child-even their well-educated, well-grounded, Christian child-could be having consensual sex before graduating middle school. Promise rings, parental contracts and disease warnings provide but meager defense against a culture overrun with weapons of mass seduction.
While many factors contributing to the misguided messages received by children stand outside the realm of parental control-music videos, film, fashion-others, like the meaning of true love, can, and should be fostered at home. Eric and Leslie Ludy, authors of the bestselling When God Writes Your Love Story, present the shocking, unvarnished realities of today's sexual climate but they balance the bitter pill with a large dose of hopeful, practical advice for parents.
RosieCaliforniaAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A Definite Must HaveSeptember 26, 2012RosieCaliforniaAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I wish that all parents would know that this book exists and that they would read it and put it to practice. Both my husband and I have a whole new perspective on how to guide our children to the Lord. We should all long to let our Creator hold the pen to our life...especially our love life. Super easy to read and understand.
Shawna Kirsch5 Stars Out Of 5April 30, 2010Shawna KirschWe're Youth Pastor's, and began reading this for our 'Relationship' series. As a parent of a teenager as well, this book is candid, and it gives us 'Christian Parents' the reality that we may not 'know the signs' of our own teen regarding relationships. I asked my Freshman some questions, and realized my own daughter is bombarded with sexual talk constantly. This book supplies us with a road map. I've read many books on Dating, but this gives a WHOLE NEW PERSPECTIVE! And our generation needs 'a new way of doing things'.
Kathryn Sugg5 Stars Out Of 5April 6, 2009Kathryn SuggI found this book a shocking but amazing look at the world today that our kids are walking through. I am a Pastor's wife and deal with young people and wanted to be aware of what is REALLY going on in their world. And this book is IT. Anyone who counsels young people or works with 11 yrs old and up should READ THIS BOOK.
Eileen Rigdon4 Stars Out Of 5June 11, 2008Eileen RigdonAs a grandmother seeking info for grandchildren, the beginning of this book shocked me. If my grandchildren are having experiences similar to what was talked about I guess it could teach them a better way. If not it might teach them to be promiscuous.
Amy5 Stars Out Of 5June 3, 2008AmyI'm not an avid reader but I must say this book is AMAZING! My husband and I are youth pastors and this teen is a MUST READ! It is very practical and has great ways to teach your child the right way to view dating and marriage. It's a big scary to start as it gives us a glimpse of reality and what is going on but as you read you will get so encouraged and excited about the future God has for your child. If you have a child 10yrs of age or older you NEED to read this book! It's my absolute favorite!!