Topic for Discussion: How do Christian Parents Deal with Sexually Active Teens?
I started thinking the other day about this and figure it could be a great topic for a healthy conversation. As always I clarify that I’m only a mother to a four legged child and that she was fixed very early in her life, so I personally have not and probably will not have to deal with this issue.
Working with teenagers at the church and watching some of the things they post on social media it makes me wonder how are Christian parents approaching the issue of their children being sexual active. As a general consensus amongst believers is that sex is supposed to happen within the boundaries of marriage. Let’s part from the premise that as parents you have favor the position that abstinence is the favorable choice for spiritual, emotional and health reasons.
Here’s the question: What would you do if even after you have advocated for abstinence, you find out that your child is sexually active?
I really would like to hear from you on this subject. I think parents and anyone working with teenagers could benefit from this discussion.
As a token of my appreciation, all those who comment will have their names placed in a hat for the chance to win a kindle copy of my new book The Road Home. On the subject, you can find out how Desiree managed the discovery of her teenage daughter being sexually active?
The winner will be announced on July 27th here at therisingmuse.com Looking forward to hear your comments and for those who have read the book already feel free to express how you felt Desiree handled the situation.
Posted on July 11, 2012, in Writing Happenings and tagged Abstinence-Only, Adolescence, Book Giveaway, christianity, Human sexual activity, Naty Matos, Sex education, Sexuality, The Road Home. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.