Why True Love Waits
Why True Love Waits

Why True Love Waits

 
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Will your teen resist the immense pressure to be sexually active before marriage?

As a youth worker, pastor, educator, or parent of a preteen or teenager, you can help your child say no to sexual pressure. Why True Love Waits equips you with overwhelming emotional, relational, physical and spiritual reasons to share with your young people for resisting sexual pressure. In Why True Love Waits, you will

  • Learn 28 reasons why young people have premarital sex
  • Discover 37 compelling reasons why waiting is worth the wait
  • Understand how to help young people say no to premarital sex

Josh McDowell's classic Why Wait? book had been updated and revised in this new volume to provide an eaasy-to-use reference. Be prepared with answers and a solution to your kid's struggles to remain sexually pure in the promiscuous environment of today's culture.

About the Author:

Josh McDowell, internationally known speaker and author on cultural issues facing youth, has authored or coauthored more than sixty books, including Right From Wrong, New Evidence That Demands a Verdict, and More Than a Carpenter. Josh and his wife Dottie, have four children and live in Texas.

ISBN: 9789717893556
Dimensions:
150 x 230 x 30 mm
Weight: 780.000g
Binding: Soft Cover
Number of pages: 515
Language: English

Comments and reviews

Arlene Elivera  (15.09.2021)

Good book for people who waits their true love.


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Josh McDowell

Josh McDowell, internationally known speaker and author on cultural issues facing youth has authored or coauthored more than sixty books, including Right From Wrong, New Evidence That Demands a Verdict, and More Than a Carpenter. Josh and his wife Dottie, have four children and live in Texas.