“If I only had known what could happen, I would have made a different choice!”
After a decade in a crisis pregnancy center, as well as counseling both Christian and non-Christian teens and speaking to millions of students through the years, Pam Stenzel has heard this statement many times. From girls and guys like you. And yes, sex is glorious. Sex is God-given. But sex outside of God’s boundary has far-reaching consequences—a price tag of incalculable costs.
Sex Has a Price Tag is frank but also sympathetic. Inside are searing personal testimonies, medical stats, and practical solutions; encouragement in the form of Biblical examples; support and networking options, alternatives to dating situations, and advice about abstinence, urges, the physical and emotional effects of sex, as well as where to go for help and dealing with friends, parents, and your own self-respect.
|Contributor(s)||Pam Stenzel , Crystal Kirgiss|
|About the Contributor(s)||Pam Stenzel
Pam Stenzel is an internationally respected expert on sex, love, and relationships. With an M.A. in counseling psychology, she possesses an in-depth understanding of the perils that young people face as they make adult choices. Pam is an in-demand communicator who has appeared on numerous national television and radio programs, including the Hannity and Colmes Show, the Sean Hannity show, The Dr. Laura Show, The 700 Club, and Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher. The founder of Enlighten Communications, Inc., she is the award-winning creator of a number of videos on the subjects of sex, abstinence, and relational issues for teens. Her books include the recent Sex Has a Price Tag. Pam travels nationally and internationally, speaking to over 500,000 teens annually. She lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Crystal Kirgiss teaches writing at Purdue University and is the author or co-author of more than ten books, including What’s Up With Boys?, Sex Has A Pricetag, Girls, Guys, and A Teenager’s Daily Prayer Book. She’s been married to Mark, a Young Life area director, for 25 years and they have three college-aged sons. Crystal also writes the monthly “Guys” and “Girls” columns for YouthWalk magazine.
|Publish Date||Mar 3, 2015|