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Kids inhabit a world filled with Snapchat and Instagram, nonstop access to pornography and a media culture that only perpetuates their continued sexualization. This podcast takes an exciting and unique look at scripture to help parents on the go get equipped to better engage this new world in only a few minutes. Most episodes are usually no longer than 10-15 minutes making it perfect for the drive to and from work or dropping and picking up the kids. Learn to communicate God's grand design for sex as the sex-maker and better engage the current culture all while on the go!

Customer Reviews

Incredible Resource!

This is a thoughtful, thorough, and grace-filled conversation starter for parents and conversations about sex, sexuality and relationships. If you are already having these conversations with your kids, or if you're finding yourself too afraid to start, this is your podcast. I highly recommend it!

Awesome Resource!

I definitely recommend this resource! The content about creating good conversations regarding sex and sexuality is so important and so helpful. Thanks!

A must listen for parents and youth workers

Even if you aren’t yet ready to talk to your kids about sex and relationships, this is an extremely helpful resource to help you prepare. Our family is approaching the time to have this conversation and more quickly that we had hoped since our son is being exposed to the oversexualization of kids his age in school and in the media. The information in this first podcast, along with the guided questions have given me a little more confidence (and a lot less anxiety) for how to begin having small conversations with our kids about sex.

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