Editor's Note: The following is excerpted from "The T. Jakes Relationship Bible: Life Lessons on Relationships from the Inspired Word of God." The Bible, the world's most read book, sets forth the greatest story ever told.
It is a love story unlike no other, underscored by the countless demonstrations of God's love for man.
So if you are teaching biblical principles in your home, you are on the right track.
Six sample "Lessons from the Heart" from The Relationship Bible follow: 1. The art of relationships requires that a man who is very different from his woman finds common ground with her and vice versa.
We are meant to balance each other by attracting people whose strengths may be our weaknesses.
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While it can certainly be awkward to talk about sex with your teen, they will get their information somehow — from their friends, or worse, the Internet. Use popular culture references such as viral videos or entertainment headlines (such as Miley Cyrus last fall at the VMA awards) as opportunities to discuss issues about sexuality, modesty, and body image.