Sooner or later you need to give your kids “the talk.” In a world that screams sex, make sure you're ready to give your kids the proper sex education. Use this guide to prepare yourself. Inside this guide you will find helpful advice on how to approach the subject, what to address and how to promote healthy sexuality.
A collection of Bible-based articles and resources to use for yourself or with a group of other women.
Introduction: Preparing for The Talk
My bulging tummy sped up the need to tell my curious preschooler some really basic birds and bees. But how will we handle it from here?
by Caryn Rivadeneira
How to use “Talking to Your Kids about Sex” for a group study.
Time for “The Talk”
Cues for sharing “the birds and the bees.”
by Susan Alexander Yates
Sex Ed at Home
Conquering your own anxieties is the first step to teaching your kids healthy sexuality.
by Debra Evans
Beyond the Birds and the Bees
Why your kids need to talk to you about sex.
by the editors of CHRISTIAN PARENTING TODAY
Sex & the Tooth Fairy
Oh, the joys of explaining the great mysteries of life to your child!
by Stephanie Bauman
The Secret to Raising Sexually Pure Kids
What I learned from my own coming-of-age.
by Dannah Gresh
‘How Do I Respond to Sex on the News?’
How to confront unexpected instances of sex.
by Mary Manz Simon
How to keep your preschooler’s sexuality in perspective.
by Debra Bruce
Talking about sex involves more than the birds and the bees. Make sure you include the Bible, too.
by Jim Burns
The Sex Lives of Christian Teens
Not everyone is “doing it,” but they’re sure thinking about it. Here’s what the kids are saying—and what the adults need to know.
by Jennifer M. Parker
Let’s Talk Sex
What Christian books on the topic are, and are not, communicating.
by Tim Stafford
Books to help you further.
Total number of pages - 42 pages
Permission: Make up to 1,000 copies for use in your local church.