Item description for How and When to Tell Your Kids about Sex: A Lifelong Approach to Shaping Your Child's Sexual Character (Gods Design For Sex) by Stan Jones & Brenna Jones...
Overview A vital tool for building the kind of Christian character in kids that will enable them to stand on their own and make the right decisions, this guide offers parents a lifelong approach to shaping their children's sexual character.
Publishers Description This book will help you establish a biblical view of sexuality for your kids. Learn how and when to talk with your children about sexual curiosity, physical changes of puberty, dating, chastity, and more.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.2" Height: 1.1" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Mar 29, 2007
Publisher NavPress Publishing Group
Series Gods Design For Sex
ISBN 160006017X ISBN13 9781600060175
Availability 11 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 22, 2017 05:59.
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More About Stan Jones & Brenna Jones
Stan Jones is a native of Alaska. He has worked as an award-winning journalist and a bush pilot. He is the author of four other mysteries in the acclaimed Nathan Active series, including Shaman Pass and Village of the Ghost Bears.
Stan Jones currently resides in the state of Alaska. Stan Jones was born in 1947.
Stan Jones has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about How And When To Tell Your Kids About Sex?
How and When to Tell Your Kid's About Sex Jan 9, 2008
Great book for parents. One that all parent should purchase and use for themselves and their kids.
How & When to Tell Your Kid's About Sex Oct 30, 2007
This is an excellent resourse full of practical tips and methods to inform/teach the younger generation about this all important topic. It provides a clear, concise, Godly aspect to the topic! For those who are not of either the Judeo or Christian faith, do not be turned off by the Godly aspect. If you want your children to grow up an enter into marriage with a healthy/positive attitude about sex, this and the God's Design for Sex series are the tools for you. This book is not an easy read. It will require some thought and some time. I'd classify it as a training manual - no pictures, just thought provoking, solid, useful and usable information.
This and the companion childrens books will be Christmas gifts for the young families on our Christmas list.
Telling your kids about a most sensitive subject Nov 23, 2006
The Jones take the issue of sex and explain why it is important to cover this with our children. As a dad with three daughters, I have to admit how difficult it is to talk to them about this, but I want to be the one who does and not the media, their friends, or ??? It's not necessarily a book you have to read, one step at a time, but the chapters are fairly well labeled, so you can feel free to skip around and read the chapters that are most pertinent to your situation. The approach they take is conservative, and they sometimes give several possibilities regarding issues that are not just black and white. Overall, I recommend all Christian parents read this and at least entertain the ideas given. Whatever method is chosen, the most important thing we can do is something rather than nothing at all.
Finally, a book that teaches sex based on the Bible! Jul 15, 2002
I have been looking for help on how to raise my 2 very young children knowing that sex is wonderful when it comes at the right time. RIGHT being the operative word. I found the scriptural references to be solid in their interpretation, and their knowledge about how sex fits in earthly life to be just what we parents need. They suggest teaching children about their sexuality as early as possible so as to avoid embarrasing "talks" that come when it's too late (Most kids learn about sex in school before they learn from their parents). I especially liked their assertations that any kind of sexual activity that deviates from what God has set forth is wrong. IE: homosexuality, sex before marriage, etc. Every type of Christian, Jew or other religious person would be well advised to use this book in teaching their children how their bodies are sacred, special, and sexual.