Thankfully, Jonathan Mc Kee gives us powerful, practical tools to help us win in this delicate and scary parenting arena."--Doug Fields, co-founder of Download Youth Ministry.com, youth pastor for thirty years at Saddleback & Mariners Church "Mc Kee is a frontline youth worker with current and regular interactions with Christian teenagers wrestling with the intersection of their faith and their sexuality. This book provides parents with the tools they need to have these candid and continual conversations." "Jonathan Mc Kee is one of America's premier youth specialists, and this book will help you navigate the rough waters of teaching your kids healthy sexuality.Never condescending, Jon brings his writing style to a subject I wish more parents were talking about with their teens."--Mark Oestreicher, partner, The Youth Cartel"Jonathan Mc Kee's book helps us to remember that 'the talk' is a myth at best, and a terrible strategy at worst. There are some shocking but true statistics in this book to help you do your job.True, the dogs might not enter your house right away, but there’s a pretty good chance that eventually they will.Once they’re in your house they might not injure anyone.This book helps you overcome the (guaranteed) awkwardness of conversations like that, and provides both tools AND motivation. Thankfully, Jonathan Mc Kee gives us powerful, poignant, and practical tools to help us win in this delicate and scary parenting arena.Read this and gain hope and confidence." "So many books on this topic are written by people who don't actually interact with real teenagers.
Meanwhile, kids view nearly 14,000 sexual references a year on television, and 70 percent of teenagers have encountered pornography on the Internet.Be the one your kids turn to on this crucial topic."In a world full of explicit lies, today's kids need parents who aren't afraid to tell them the explicit truth.This book provides parents with the tools they need to have these candid and continual conversations."--Dr.The old ways of having the "sex talk" just won't cut it anymore.Jonathan Mc Kee will show us how to move beyond the initial awkwardness of this subject into an ongoing communication with our kids about God's amazing gift of sex.