A [Baptist] Conference on Sexuality and Covenant is April 19-21 at FBC Decatur, GA. The following is an excerpt from one of many plenary presentations to be offered at the Conference. We hope you’ll join us for the full presentation!
“…consider this – as parents’ church attendance increases, frequency of communication about sex decreases. When talking does happen, it’s mostly about morality, not information about biology, health, society, birth control, pleasure, intimacy, or relationships. It’s more often closed-off dialogue with authoritative tactics, and vague and indirect communication.[i]”
For more information about A [Baptist] Conference on Sexuality and Covenant, visit www.thefellowship.info/conference. Consistent with the values, vision, and mission of CBF, this Conference seeks to resource Christians and churches as they seek to become the presence of Christ in their community and around the world. Excerpts are pulled directly from presenter manuscripts and represent only the perspective of the individual expressing them.
[i] Mark Regnerus, Forbidden Fruit: Sex and Religion in the Lives of American Teenagers (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007), 57-82.
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