Michael and Hayley DiMarco talk about the sexual culture we live in and the devaluing of virginity in our modern society.
A nervous father interviews his daughter's date.
A Passport2Purity weekend gave me the opportunity to talk with my daughter about the issues she would face as a teenager ... and we had fun, too!
Why are we so uncomfortable talking about sex to our children?
Who will tell your children about the birds and the bees if you don't?
I've heard some Christians lately urging their children to save their first kiss for a wedding kiss.
God created sex, and your children need to know His purpose for it.
It’s not easy to wait until marriage to begin having sex. But Tee Uzoigwe was determined to wait for God’s best.
Dating can be a trap for teens.
God has good reasons for wanting us to wait until marriage for sex.
Helping your child maintain innocence in a world obsessed with sex.
A sample devotional from FamilyLife’s newly revised Passport2Purity®.
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?
Why parents need to help their children navigate the sexually-charged adolescent years.
Did you ever feel pressured to do something you really didn't want to do?
One young woman tells how her P2P weekend over 10 years ago is still impacting her today.
We suggest four convictions that all parents should consider and uphold.
The battle for a child’s purity is real, and as parents it’s our task to set them up for success.
Stop the spread of slime in your home.
Though it encourages socializing in groups, it also leads to casual sex among friends
Keep your ears and eyes open and in tune to what’s going on in your child’s life, and to all that he is exposed to. Keep the lines of communication open.
The do's and don'ts of going out with the opposite sex.
Four observations to note and discuss.
Challenging your child to the higher goal of purity.
Five steps for developing and implementing a sex education plan.
Talking about sex may be the single most powerful way parents have of stepping into the lives of their children.
We're seeing a surge in girls taking the initiative with guys at younger and younger ages, and aggressively attempting to lure them into sexual activity.
Lessons from my daughter's teenage pregnancy.
So you've told your kids sex is a wonderful thing.
Choose your words wisely. Especially when you're talking to your children about sex.
When is the best time to talk to your children about sex?
Users beware. That’s the warning label that Internet safety expert Donna Rice Hughes wishes popped up each time a person logged on.
LOL, BTW, ROFL--you may not know what those letters stand for, but your kids likely do.
Modern technology allows us to obtain information faster than ever before.
Do you feel powerless to protect your teen from early sexual involvement?
Teen sex isn’t just a bad idea; it’s a risky move physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
How do you raise kids to have a healthy view of sexuality?
How would you know if your child was struggling with homosexuality?
What do you think about premarital sex?
If you feel the tug of sexual temptation before you're married, why shouldn't you run with it?
Is a new sexual revolution underway?
What should a young man do with his desire?
Dennis Rainey reminisces about the many interviews he's had with his daughters' dates.
Is it possible to keep your daughter from having premarital sex?
On the broadcast today, Dennis Rainey talks with Christian counselor Sharon Hersh, author of the book "Mom, sex is NO big deal!", about shaping your daughter's sexual identity.