Michael Farris, founder of the Home School Legal Defense Association, along with experienced home schooling parents Dennis and Barbara Rainey and Joetta Witkowski, talk about the benefits of teaching your children at home.
Pastor Justin Holcomb talks about some of the ways parents can protect their children from child abuse.
Statistics show that 93 percent of abuse victims knew their perpetrators. Pastor Justin Holcomb helps parents teach their children how to protect their bodies from those who would do them harm.
Pediatricians Dr. Den Trumbull and Dr. Michelle Cretella give moms and dads some sound advice for preparing their sons and daughters for adolescence.
Pediatrician Meg Meeker talks about the alarming spread of STDs in America, and urges parents to talk to their kids about the dangers of premarital sex.
Dr. Meg Meeker, exposes shocking facts and statistics about sexually transmitted diseases. Meeker exhorts parents not to gloss over the dangers of teenage sex, but to encourage abstinence instead.
"Pastor Todd Wagner came up with a simple explanation of manhood and womanhood so that he could teach his children. Hear him explain the five S's of being a woman, beginning with ""Seek God first.""�"
"Pastor Todd Wagner wanted to teach his sons and daughters about the true nature of masculinity and femininity. Wagner teaches on the five S's of being a man, beginning with, ""Step Up.""�"
Hear from young men and women whose parents made a choice more than a decade ago.
Hear from a number of 20-something Passport alumni as they share the results.
Dennis Rainey says that, as parents, we cannot head off all trouble before it presents itself.
You'll be surprised where peer pressure comes from.
Dennis Rainey challenges parents with the opportunity to prepare their children for adolescence.
Quick advice regarding various areas of your child’s life.
Feeling like you've been edged out in popularity by your tween's friends?
Has parenting gotten harder since your child hit puberty?
You'll either tell your kids the truth about sex, or the culture will tell them half truths.
Setting words to music is a great way to remember something.
A kiss is just a kiss--until it's something more.
What kind of person do you want your teen to date?
How do you teach the value of purity in a culture that applauds immodesty?
Do you remember the first time you heard about sex?
Did you ever feel pressured to do something you really didn't want to do?
God used this volatile time in my daughter's life to teach me a lesson, too.
Don't waste the incredible opportunity you have during the "golden years" to prepare your children for adolescence.
Do you appreciate the uniqueness of your child?
Are your kids as different as night and day?
Christians often toss prayers up with little regard for the nature of their intended recipient.
How many times does your family eat dinner together?
To a teen, appearance is everything.