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Founders of Connected Families join Families with Faith to discuss sex and our kids

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Families With Faith, the Blog Talk Radio show of www.FamiliesWithFaith.org, airs “Facing the Teenage Elephant in the Room Series Episode 1” on Saturday September 18, at 6pm. Together, the ladies will tackle this week’s ‘Real-talk’ discussion, “When Babes Reach for the Forbidden Fruit: Discussing Sex, Celibacy and Christ with our Children” and this week’s Hot Topics, “How can Busy Parents Find Quality Time for our Children”. Families With Faith is pleased to have the cofounders of Connected Families, and co-authors of “How To Grow a Connected Family”, Jim and Lynne Jackson, as this week’s special guest hosts. Along with Jim and Lynne, their son, Daniel Jackson will be joining Families with Faith to discuss his choice of faith and celibacy, and his walk with Christ as a teenager. Jim and Lynne Jackson have nearly forty years combined professional experience working with children, teens and families. They speak, write, coach and consult out of their deep passion for families, community and faith. In September of 2002, Lynne and her husband Jim launched the ministry organization Connected-Families to develop strong, connected families. The ministry provides Biblical teaching, coaching and counseling – all purposed to restore and develop strong families of faith. Their books “Parenting For Real Life” and How to Grow a Connected Family”, have helped hundreds of parents learn to be peaceful, purposeful, and confident. Their engaging presentations teach and train families, Church, school and social service professionals, and invite parents on an adventure of learning profound insights about themselves, God, and of course, their children! More can be found out about Connected Families by going to www.ConnectedFamilies.com.

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