Teenager s little black book on sex and dating
The kids should feel good about the choices they make and this is not a feel-good book. The target audience for this book would be a very early teen or preteen who's already committed to remaining pure in a romantic relationship.They offer tools to build a God-honoring relationship throughout the book.Eric and Leslie Ludy are back again to tell their love story to a generation in a way that is both poignant and full of life lessons.Definitely a good read for me as I teach high schoolers and have a daughter that will be a teenager before I know it.Biblical truths stated throughout, wish there were more questions for teenagers or prompts that could help them in this area.In that case, this book might serve as encouragement.For anyone struggling with creating or maintaining romantic relationships, this book is a simplistic and immature skim of the surface of a very deep topic.
Despite the title, this is not a book telling teens not to date.
Jeremy Clark takes a Biblical perspective to promote a healthy discussion about dating.
He takes a look at the extreme views on dating and finds a healthy balance in the middle.
His focus is looking at dating as something long-term and lasting rather than just a high school crush or fling.
By using his own personal experience about meeting and marrying his wife, Joshua Harris follows up his bestseller, “I Kissed Dating Goodbye,” with a book about how to pursue courtship.
As a former newspaper reporter, she was honored by her peers with eleven journalism awards, including first place news writing for The Texas Press Association.