Teenager s little black book on sex and dating
For teens that are still not sure what dating can be like for Christians, their God-written romance will entertain and teach at the same time.
Despite the title, this is not a book telling teens not to date.
Written by Blaine Bartel, this book doesn’t just focus on how to find the right person to date, but also how teens can be the right person for someone else while avoiding the dangers of dating in today’s world.
It also discusses the importance of being friends before dating and the difference between love and lust, which can be a confusing thing in the teen years.
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.
Ben Young and Samuel Adams provide teens with ten “relationship laws” so that they can be protected from the sometimes-dangerous modern view of dating.
The book encourages teens to develop good habits so they can develop a healthy relationship with members of the opposite sex.
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.
Instead, Joshua Harris reminds teens about what it's like to have a God perspective when they decide to date.
From going over “Seven Habits of Highly Defective Dating” to guarding the heart, the author provides an outlook on dating as a biblical act rather than short infatuation.
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.