Parents of teens face the challenge of raising their children in a sex-mad, sex-saturated world.
Eliza Huie, a parent and Christian counsellor, takes you through, practically, how to walk with your teen in the midst of this hyper-sexualized world. The tips come in the form of what not to do, yet does so without giving a sense of judgment or failure. Instead, this short book takes a look at the value of reframing the mistakes both parents and teens may have already made and gives a hopeful picture of how our compassionate Father moves toward us in weakness.
Help for parents of teens – This short book (42 pages) is packed with wisdom on how parents can tackle the subject of sex with teenagers, avoiding the twin dangers of overreaction and abdication, while being positive about sex and keeping communication lines open. Stephen Ayre
Big Things Come In Little Packages – Don’t let the size of this book mislead you. This short book is packed full of wisdom that will help any parent walk along side their teenager as they navigate life in a sexualized culture. Her words are drenched in scripture, filled with stories and give redemptive, practical and gospel cantered counsel. A invaluable tool that should be in the toolbox of any parent, teacher or youth worker. Steven Dallwig
I loved it – This 40 page book was very to the point. No fluff. I loved it. I read it super fast and have been working on the strategies ever since. Natalie Mangrum
This is an excellent book! I love the short length, because it means you don’t have to wade through fluff or unnecessary material to get to the main points. I love that this book is so practical and that every single page is filled with useful and concrete advice. From the very first page, it is apparent that Eliza is a wise, knowledgeable, and well researched author who has important advice and encouragement for parents and anyone who works with teens. ES
Don’t panic! – An excellent little book. Short, to the point, with practical gospel wisdom. Don’t overreact, sexual sin isn’t the unforgiveable sin, there is grace for sexual sin, and parents are important. Words we need to hear! Daniel Garratt
Right on – As a mother who has raised two teenage daughters and as a spiritual coach who meets regularly with parents concerned about their teens, I found this book extremely helpful. There is a