Where are your teens getting their information about sex? Who is forming their views on what is normal, and right, in intimate relationships? Who should teach children and youth about sex?
As a parent, what questions should you ask about the sex education curriculum in your child’s school? Are you discussing with your child what he or she is learning in school and how this compares with God’s Word about boy-girl relationships?
If you are a teacher in a school using a “comprehensive” or “risk reduction” program, whether or not you are a Christian, how will you deal with your concerns that this teaching is not in the best interests of your students? What are the facts about teen sexual activity and the effects? If you are a Christian, how will you deal with the conflicts with God’s Word?
It is important that you consider these questions and that you have the facts in order to make wise decisions about what you will teach. Here are links to my posts on this topic.