“The Talk” Series

“The Talk” Series


Hello Parents,

You should have received an email via The Parent Cue regarding a new series called “The Talk” that we will be starting next week – and yes, it’s about Sex. Click Here to watch the series preview

If you have not received an email or are not signed up for the Parent Cue please fill out the form below:

Typically, when churches deal with the topic of sex, they either ignore the subject altogether or simply say that sex is bad. Instead, we want to have the talk. However, this won’t be a one-time lecture, but rather an on-going conversation that will open up the lines of communication between students and peers, small group leaders and parents. In this 3 week series we will be discussing this topic in a biblical manner.

In Session 1 (Let’s Talk About Sex), we’ll talk about God’s design for sex and what happens when it’s taken out of context.

In Session 2 (Let’s Talk About Technology), we’ll talk about how we treat ourselves and others online matters in real life.

In Session 3 (Let’s Talk About Pornography), we’ll talk about how our secret habits have real-life consequences.

Note: Sessions 2 & 3 Will be combined. Session 3 will take place in Small groups.

And in Session 4 (Let’s Talk About Boundaries), we’ll talk about how we need boundary lines and lines of communication to keep us from making big mistakes.

Some of you may have questions so I’ll do my best to share with you how we’ll go about teaching this topic. For starters we are using a Middle School based curriculum written by XP3 Students – all of these lessons are biblically based and are middle school age appropriate. Each week we will watch a Teaching Video together in AMPLIFY, then we will dismiss to an extended Small group time, there students will be able to discuss and ask questions in age/gender appropriate groups. If you would like to preview these teaching videos and small group questions I would be glad to let you do so. If you have any questions please let me know. We want to be sensitive and respectful to all of our parents in regards to this subject. Thank you for allowing your student to be apart of the Middle School Ministry of LOFBC.

-Joe Yarbrough

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