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Parenting Toward Godly Sexuality

Parents – Your kids are able to get information on anything and everything from sources other than you.  Asking good questions, listening well, sharing your thoughts; are a few ways You can process it with them in love.

God has a good, holy, beautiful design for your child’s sexuality. And you can help them discover it.

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A Princess and “The Talk”

A Princess and “The Talk”

My wife and I don’t have the “sex talk” with our kids. Sunday night when I…

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Understanding the threat of pornography – Web Sites

Understanding the threat of pornography – Books

God’s Design for Sexuality – Books

Healthy Parenting – Books

Programs for Parents

Treading Boldly Workshop

Based on his book, Treading Boldly through a Pornographic World, this workshop equips parents to walk with sons and daughters growing up in a digitally connected, porn-saturated world. The workshop covers:

  • The Bad (and Good!) News about Pornography Today
  • Why You Need to Know Your Own Story
  • Giving Your Kids a Greater, More Compelling Vision

[PG] Parental Guidance

“[PG] Parental Guidance” is Regeneration’s suite of programs and resources for parents. We help parents:

  • Explore language and strategies for talking to your kids… and listening to them.
  • Practice aiming your kids’ desires… not suppressing them.
  • Move beyond rules-based parenting while clearly communicating your standards and expectations.
  • See what’s going on in the world today (cultural norms, trends, and technology)
  • Learn what happens psychologically, physically, and emotionally inside of kids as they grow up.
  • Discover the “judo” of turning anger, resistance, and indifference into opportunities for connection with your kids.
  • Learn proven strategies to help kids make healthy choices about social media and technology (even if you’re not tech-savvy).
  • Gain practical insights into parenting when a son or daughter is already engaged in sexual behavior.
  • Connect with other parents on the same journey.

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2 thoughts on “A Princess and “The Talk””

  1. After I read your blog I checked out the book you mentioned, Princess and the Kiss. I hadn’t heard of it before. I ended up purchasing it thru already received it in the mail. My daughter is older (15 years) but I can’t wait to give it to her and HOPEFULLY have a dialogue about it (moody age, I tell you). Thanks for sharing your thoughts and experiences.

    1. The Princess and the Kiss is geared toward younger readers. I should have indicated that in my post.

      My main point is that it’s important to be involved in the ongoing shepherding of our kids, including in the area of sex. Despite how difficult older kids especially can be to talk with, studies show that as strong as peer pressure can be, a kids’ parents hold substantial sway in their lives. So be encouraged!

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