Quest: Parenting In A Sexualized Culture – Review & Giveaway

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Quest: Parenting In A Sexualized Culture – Review

When it comes to educating your children about the birds and the bees, answering their questions about sex, helping them to navigate the many pitfalls that face them in today’s boundary-pushing society, and keeping them safe from physical and technological predators, just how comfortable and knowledgeable do you feel?

Have you established a plan on how to broach sensitive topics with your children in age-appropriate ways?

Do you know how early and how often you should broach this topic with your children and how to establish open doors of communication with them?

Although one of the most important jobs we have as parents is to educate and protect our children in this area, most of us find it increasingly difficult to do – particularly when the media and the culture we live in bombards our kids with messages that run counter to the things that we are trying to teach them.

That’s why I’m excited to share a resource by PureHope called Quest: Parenting In A Sexualized Culture that approaches this topic from a biblical perspective.

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Quest: Parenting In A Sexualized Culture is a four-lesson Bible Study that’s designed for personal, couple, or small group use that:

  • Teaches what the Bible says about God’s design and purpose for sexuality.
     
  • Offers strategies to help parents create a lifelong, healthy dialog with their kids.
     
  • Teaches parents how to create safer, more accountable tech use within the home.
     
  • Teaches parents how to model purity and raise kids in a biblical, grace-based manner in the midst of a sexualized culture.

The Quest: Parenting In A Sexualized Culture Bible Study comes with a Study Guide, Leader’s Guide and a DVD in the physical version of the Resource Kit (a digital version and additional copies of the materials are also available on the website). The materials address many of the questions and concerns that parent have expressed.

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One important thing that I learned from this study is that we should begin talking to our kids much earlier than we think and that we should be talking to them constantly throughout their lives – but the key is how we do it. The book provides great tips on this – the material in the study is invaluable to parents.

Because it is impossible to address every question you may have or every situation that might come up, if at all possible, I recommend that you review these materials on their own and then discuss them with other parents in a small group setting to gain invaluable insights from others who are dealing with similar challenges.

I rate this product 5 out of 5 stars.

Quest: Parenting In A Sexualized Culture – Giveaway

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Be sure to visit PureHope before November 15, 2016 for your chance to win 1 of 5 physical copies of Quest: Parenting In A Sexualized Culture. You must be a US Resident over 18 years of age in order to enter this giveaway.

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5 Responses to “Quest: Parenting In A Sexualized Culture – Review & Giveaway”

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  1. Leslie says:

    Sounds like a great book! I think about this topic as it relates to my own children all the time.

  2. I’m not to the point where I need this book yet but I’m getting closer every day. I’ll have to keep this book in mind for the future. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Share The Wealth Sunday!

  3. Tina at Mommynificent
    Twitter: mommynificent
    says:

    Thanks for sharing this at Booknificent Thursday last week on Mommynificent.com!
    Tina

  4. Savvy says:

    I don’t need this book either, but sounds like a good one for parents.

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