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Helping Sons Guard Their Purity (Part 2 of 2)

Air date 05/23/2014

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FamilyLife president Dennis Rainey describes the growing phenomenon of aggressive girls targeting boys in middle school and younger, and urges parents to be proactive about engaging with their young sons by providing them with sexual training based on God’s Word. (Part 2 of 2)

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Dennis Rainey

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Dennis Rainey is a best-selling author and the President and CEO of FamilyLife, a subsidiary of Campus Crusade for Christ. Since the organization began in 1976, Dennis' leadership has enabled FamilyLife to grow into a dynamic and vital ministry that offers families blueprints for living godly lives. Dennis and his wife, Barbara, have six children.