Resources


Teen Virtue by Vicki Courtney

Teen Virtue addresses common issues girls face and points you to just the right passages in the Bible. With a layout similar to that of a magazine, inside the pages of this guide you’ll find short, easy-to-read articles and quizzes about girl politics, boy problems, breakups, embarrassing moms, roller-coaster emotions, broken hearts and much more.

Teen Virtue

Technical Virgin: How Far is Too Far? by Hayley DiMarco

The reality is that while you may have decided to save sex for marriage, you may still be having physical encounters-just not going all the way. Knowing when to draw the line will help save you the pain “everything but sex” can bring. This book can help you start over with a clean slate if you’ve already “messed up” and keep your purity intact if you’re just starting to get physical with guys.

Technical Virgin

Every Young Woman’s Battle by Shannon Ethridge

The world you live in promotes sex as the answer to just about everything. This book can help you achieve or reclaim sexual integrity, while guiding you through the temptations and pressures of young adulthood. You can live your life to the fullest–without regrets.

Every Young Woman's Battle

Sheet Music by Dr. Kevin Leman

A practical guide to help married couples discover the importance and beauty of sexual intimacy according to God’s plan.

The Alchemy of Love and Lust: How Our Sex Hormones Influence Our Relationships by Theresa L. Crenshaw

A general-market book, also quoted in For Men Only, provides clinical insight on how the biochemistry of the male and female bodies affects love and sex.

A Celebration of Sex: A Guide to Enjoying God’s Gift of Sexual Intimacy by Douglas E. Rosenau

A licensed psychologist/Christian sex therapist answers specific questions about sexual topics, techniques, and pleasure.

You Just Don’t Understand: Women and Men in Communication by Deborah Tannen

Another excellent general-market book, this one by a PhD linguist, about differences in communication.

Men are Clams, Women are Crowbars: Understand your differences and make them work by Dr. David Clarke.

Men Are Clams, Women Are Crowbars looks at the widely-divergent ways men and women approach emotional issues, then offers solutions for those couples who want to bridge the gender gap.

Why Men Don’t Listen and Women Can’t Read Maps by Barbara and Allan Pease

This fascinating book, a top seller in the general market, has some extremely well-researched information explaining many of the hard-wire differences between men and women. While the authors occasionally veer into interpreting data with a liberal ideological slant, and their ideology may have led the authors to ignore other explanations for their findings, most of the book is top-notch. Fun reading and highly recommended.

The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

This book will help you identify what makes your spouse, specifically, feel loved.

Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts by Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott

This book shows engaged couples and newlyweds how they can identify and overcome stumbling blocks to a healthy marriage.