People don’t develop patterns of sexual behavior merely as a result of biological heredity. From life’s first years, every one learns about sex whether directly or indirectly. We are taught much by observing the behaviors of those around us.
Knowledge of “what and how to do it” is acquired. Believe it or not, there are those who do not know what to do in sexual intercourse because they did not know how. On the other hand, there are those that believe “plenty of practice” makes for greater marital sex.
Biblical sex education is needed for each new generation.
Society passes on physical, social and moral standards. Often as parents and as the church we have remained silent on the topic or have allowed our past failures to dictate our message to our children.
Grace is great but why not have a great expectation and hope for our children that will bless them.
Sex education is recognized as standard in school education but it is mainly taught with no moral framework – the how to’s but no “whether or not you should do it.”
As parents and churches, we can be bold in presenting a better and biblical way. We can keep the message fun but relevant to their generation, presenting a standard that promises a great reward worth waiting for.