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Teens & Sex: How Should We Teach Them?

Written byPaul David Tripp

Distorted images of sex bombard our children from every angle. Where can they find a healthy view of their sexuality? How can parents and youth leaders teach kids the life-transforming truths that expose the counterfeits for what they are?

Paul David Tripp unearths the premises that underlie popular views of sex and notes several characteristics that make teenagers especially vulnerable to sexual temptation. In addition to showing how sex relates to our worship, our identity, our hearts, and our need for grace, Tripp offers a threefold plan for helping teens deal with sex realistically and in the hope of the gospel.

About the Author

Paul David Tripp, M.Div., D.Min., is president of Paul Tripp Ministries whose mission is to educate and equip today’s Christian by combining the in-depth study of God’s Word with practical life application. Paul is also a pastor with over fifteen years of pastoral ministry experience and the author of several best-selling titles including: Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands, Age of Opportunity, Lost in the Middle, and How People Change. Paul is married to Luella and has four grown children. For more information, visit his personal website at paultripp.com.

Book Details

32 pages
Publisher: P&R Publishing
Publication Year: 2000

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