Sex Love and Relationships PDF Curriculum
February 19, 2010 in Finding Love
Teenagers have been betrayed!
They have not been told the whole truth about the consequences of erotic activity, experimentation and permissiveness. Teenagers love Pam Stenzel because she tells it to them straight, mincing no words in showing how the pervasive erotic permissiveness of our culture is a deceptive trap. Every young person should have the benefit of the hard-hitting reality check in this four-part series. Pam’s message is helping thousands avoid disastrous consequences of unwise choices. Includes a 48-page leader’s guide and reproducible student worksheets in PDF, a public school edition of the program, an abridged version, and Spanish version.
Program 1- Physical cost
Pregnancy isn’t the only consideration. What dangers are youth in from the runaway epidemic of eroticly transmitted diseases?
Program 2- Emotional cost
Sex is more than just an animal act.
Your personhood and future are affected by the choices you make, choices that are sometimes tragically made in the heat of emotion and that can never be taken back.
Program 3- Spiritual cost
Where does God fit in all this? Are there standards that you can look to that provide sure guidance? Is there any hope for those who have already made unfortunate choices? What can be salvaged?
Program 4- Making good choices, building character
Your character is being formed day by day. How are you giving thought and direction to the person that you want to become? On what basis are you making your key choices? How do you get a hold of your life?
PAM’S BIO: Pam Stenzel is the founder and director of Straight Talk, an organization established for the purpose of educating teens about issues of eroticity and the importance of chastity. She has spoken with over 500,000 teenagers across the nation on the subjects of teen pregnancy, eroticly transmitted diseases and AIDS.
After reading response sheets filled out by teens who have attended her assemblies, it is obvious that they not only listened but have taken Pam’s message to heart.
Pam received her degree in psychology from Liberty University. Prior to going into speaking full-time, she was the Director of Alpha Women’s Center, a non-profit, counseling center for women experiencing crisis pregnancies. Pam put her education and experience to work counseling pregnant teens and supervising support programs for teen parents and for women who chose adoption.