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Christian dating for teens. We want our children to navigate the teen years well, and the topic of approaching relationships dating or otherwise from a biblical point of view is a huge concern. This is an area where the stakes are high and the potential for error is high. Some address puberty, some Christian dating and handling temptation, and some recovering from sexual sin, but all come from a biblical worldview. Teach your elementary kids everything they need to know about the library, fiction, and nonfiction--with lots of practice and application! Do you have children? These resources will help you navigate touchy subjects and open up important discussions with solid biblical advice.
Dating Smarts by Amy Lang tells teens just like yours the truth about dating, relationships and sex and gives them practical, real-world tips and support so they can be an awesome boyfriend or girlfriend. Get Your Copy Now. As a therapist, working with tweens for twenty years, I whole-heartedly recommend this book. It is full of great information written in a fun easy way to read and understand. Amy has done a fantastic public service with this book.
Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. The world of dating can be confusing enough without all kinds of conflicting messages reaching out to Christian teens today. Yet, Christians are supposed to live to a higher standard. Here are some books that can help teens guide their dating lives with biblical principles, wisdom, and a focus on God. Bringing a fresh approach to dating relationships, Eric and Leslie Ludy tell their story and show how true love can bring satisfying fulfillment and romance to Christian teens that are faced with the cheap, sensual passion promoted by the world around them.
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