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Sex or No Sex, That is the Question?

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Be sure to tune in to the Weapons of Praise Blog Talk Radio Show on Wednesday, March 31, 2010 from 6:30 pm until 7:00 pm. Our guest will be Mrs. Debbie Quetsch, Field Supervisor for Worth Your Wait With a Bachelors of Science in Marketing her background has been in advertising and marketing in various industries. She left the Corporate world a five years ago after feeling that her contributions needed to be more focused on helping. God called her to Worth Your Wait as a presenter after her daughter saw an ad for the job in her church bulletin and suggested she would fit. Having three children, two of them teenagers Debbie is very familiar with the difficulties our teens face and is dedicated to educating our teens about healthy choices. Worth Your Wait's goal is to encourage students to delay sexual activity until marriage.. We do this by: * Teaching teenagers the beauty of sexual activity as an expression of love between a husband and wife * Promoting the value of saving sexual activity until marriage * Healthy Relationship training * Reproductive education * Encouraging a goal focus in this critical moment in their lives * Instructing on the physical and emotional consequences of early sexual activity including pregnancy, STDS, depression, the myth of "safe" sex * Making teenagers aware of the role of the media and peer pressure in forming their attitudes and views on the value of sexual activity * Equipping parents with tools to help support the goal of delayed sexual activity in their teens In doing this we not only are able to get teenagers to put more thought and planning into the role of sex in their lives but we help them to develop their character (40 assets) all agree are so essential to the future success of the individual teenager and society as a whole.

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