Teenage sexual abstinence education in the 21st century: the church and community learn how to curtail teenage pregnancy and sexual transmitted disease

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English 
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2013 
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New York City and national statistics reveal that teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases impede 13 to 16 year-olds from reaching their fullest potential. If this problem is not addressed, adolescents will suffer unimaginable pregnancy rates and serious health risks. A Demonstration Project has been developed with the aim of implementing a Sexual Abstinence Education Program for 13 to 16 year-olds, with strong emphasis on Biblical precepts and teachings designed to minimize teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Having a Sexual Abstinence Education Program with a Biblical focus and understanding ensures that sexuality education works best with the individual ―gaining an internalized commitment when combining clear messages about behavior with strong moral and logistical support for the behavior sought. When sexual educational training occurs along with this Biblical instrument, teenagers will substantially guard, gird, and commit themselves better against sexually immoral behavior, engage in responsible decision-making, and keep these invaluable Sexual Abstinence Education and Biblical training for the rest of their lives, inevitably passing these vital, beneficial lessons on to their children.  
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