The Bible exhorts: "Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord." (Ref. Eph. 6:4 NIV) To neglect that provision of righteous instruction is probably one of the surest ways to frustrate and discourage a child. After all, the process of parental instruction is an unmistakable expression of love. And there are probably few things as frustrating for parents as not possessing the spiritual, emotional and intellectual resources necessary for the training of children.
In many ways, it can be equally frustrating for any individual endeavoring to discover the truth about that 3-letter word that is so popular and yet so perplexing.
"How Far Can We Go: Relationship Rules for the Road" draws from the deep well of Biblical wisdom to answer difficult questions arising from anyone's involvement in romantic relationships. Whether as a resource for parents, mentors, and counselors, or as a personal study guide for individuals, this book reveals those relevant truths from Scripture that can help anyone stay out of the ditches of disappointment while on the road to right relationships.
Author Don Hecox and his wife Jackie, have used these Biblical prescriptions and principles to, "train up" their own eight children "in the way that they should go." (Ref. Prov. 22:6 NIV) Perhaps they can be helpful to you.