Synopses & Reviews
Jason Talks with the Guys (26 minutes) At a recent seminar for high school students dealing with sex and relationships from a Christian perspective. Jason Evert, M.A. took the guys aside for a separate session where they could ask any question they wanted related to this important subject area. Not surprisingly the questions were frank and direct. Jason didn't dodge any of them but gave pointed and meaningful answers from a Biblical point of view. How far is too far? What about sex before marriage, oral sex, masturbation? What is the meaning of love? What do guys owe girls if they really care about them? What is safe and what isn't? What is the rationale behind the Bible's approach when it seems to be so outdated from the perspective of modern secular society? The answers given are as candid as the questions but full of understanding and respect for the struggles of young people today. In the confusing moral climate in which we live, this program provides young men with guidance that is clear and unambiguous and a time-tested pathway to a fulfilling life and future. Ellen Marie Talks with the Girls (29 minutes) At a recent seminar for high school students dealing with sex and relationships from a Christian perspective, seminar leader Ellen Marie, M.S. met with the girls where they could ask any question they wanted related to this vital area. The girls were not hesitant. They had questions that revealed the heart of their deepest longings, fears and hopes. They sought understanding in the midst of the confusing and exploitive messages so prevalent in youth culture today. How do I know if he really loves me? What's the harm in "doing it" if we are truly in love? We know we want to marry, so why should we wait? Why follow the Biblical approach when it is so foreign to our MTV world? And what about pregnancy, abortion, and STDs? We often see our friends suffer emotional damage and disillusionment with dating. So, is genuine intimacy too much to hope for? Here is a program every young woman should see.