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True Love Project: How the Gospel Defines Your Purity

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What would todays world look like if teens embraced love as the gospel defines it? How would it affect the future of our families, our society?

Answering that question is the life mission of Clayton Kinga pastor and professor born to an unwed fifteen-year-old girl. King sets out to prove that there is a better way, a way that is more pure, more satisfying, and more
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Paperback, 199 pages
Published September 1st 2014 by B Kids
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Brittney Crook
Jun 11, 2017 rated it really liked it
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"Sexual connection needs a spiritual covenant and an emotional commitment to make it work properly; otherwise it becomes a total catastrophe."

"Jesus can take your biggest mess and make it your greatest message."

"The goal is not just to be a virgin on your wedding day. The goal is to be found faithful on judgement day."
Joel Jackson
Dec 01, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: youth-ministry
In True Love Project, Clayton and Sharie King provide great wisdom and insight when it comes to how young people can maintain their purity in contrast to the messages of the world. They rightly point out that the myriad of images and stories produced by our modern media landscape offer a message that is contrary to Scripture. Then they deftly share Biblical wisdom in order to help young people understand Gods standard for His gift of sexuality. Following this, they do a beautiful job of ...more
Jason
Oct 18, 2016 rated it liked it
What I loved about this book was that it based purity on our acceptance of what Christ did for us upon the Cross. It is Christ's purity, not our own that makes us pure. Another good thing about this book is a good look at how to view sex in a church culture that avoids the topic altogether. The only drawback was the fact that it repeated itself in different chapters, and gave a good ideological view of what purity looks like, but not a pragmatic view on how this was truly lived out. Hence, 4 not ...more
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A very good book. Every teenager needs to read it. It explains why we need to wait to have sex until we are married.
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