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How to Talk to Teens About Chastity

By Jason Evert

SKU# GRPCA144

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How to Talk to Teens About Chastity (MP3)
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How can parents hope to guard the innocence of their children in today’s sex-saturated culture? Let Jason Evert answer your questions and show you that there is hope for parents faced with raising children in today’s world.

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Texting …sexting…”hooking up”…school dances… peer pressure…sex education… Internet porn…MTV…

How can parents hope to guard the innocence of their children in today’s sex-saturated culture?

Let Jason Evert answer your questions and show you that there is hope for parents faced with raising children in today’s world.

In his audio presentation , How To Talk To Your Teens About Chastity, noted chastity speaker Jason Evert shares the wisdom he has gained from speaking to more than one million teenagers across the globe.

Listen and Learn as Jason presents an overview of positive and negative culture trends, explains why young men and women become promiscuous, and offers 10 powerful strategies that parents can use to prevent their teens from falling into sexual sin—or to help them out of an unhealthy lifestyle. He also suggests effective communication techniques to open the hearts and minds of today’s skeptical teenagers.

As a parent, you are the primary sex educator of your child. But few parents have ever been taught how to do this. It’s easy to feel alone, overwhelmed, or discouraged in your efforts to reach your child with the critical message of chastity.

Let Jason Evert equip you to become what you should be—the most powerful influence in the life of your teen.

 

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Product Code GRPCA144
Topic Chastity
Format 2 Compact Discs or MP3
Runtime Approximately 95 minutes
Publisher Catholic Answers
ISBN No
Author Jason Evert

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