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We aren’t sure we did everything right, we aren’t sure that we “know enough” to share with the young people in our churches…we have many good excuses. “Believing that true love waits, I make a commitment to God, myself, my family, my friends, my future mate, and my future children to a lifetime of purity including sexual abstinence from this day until the day I enter a biblical marriage relationship.” I’m pretty sure that’s not the answer…even though I did take the pledge once when I was at Nazarene Youth Congress in 1995.And let’s be honest…most of the Christian sex curriculum out there…well, it’s pretty bad. If True Love Waits and other abstinence-only focused sexuality programs aren’t the answer, what is…? We’re getting tons of hits from people searching for youth sermons on love, relationships, dating, purity, gender roles, marriage, etc.
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Not necessarily words that normally go together, right?
I’d say it’s pretty safe to say that as a whole, we’ve really let our youth down when it comes to talking about sex at church. I’m currently on year two in my current position as Minister for Youth & Young Adults, and while we talked about sex for one month during Sunday School, that’s still only four times in over a year and a half. I wonder if they are getting information about sex from other sources throughout their weeks?
Our Character and James Bible study series were first developed for youth in the early 80s' and both have been totally revamped.
These are great materials (Three years of Youth Ministry curriculums!