VIDEO: Teaching children godly sexuality

By Thomas Willis
May 2, 2014

Dennis Rainey, president and CEO of FamilyLife, and Bob Lepine, senior vice president of FamilyLife, give advise on instructing children on the correct view of sexuality.

“Think about who you learned about sexuality from and ask yourself if that’s who you want your children to hear about it from too. If you’re learning about sexuality from your peers, you’re probably not getting the best information. As parents we have to be the ones to bestow a foundation for godly sexuality to our children.”

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