A recent article in Psychology Today reports what most of us already realize is true, the majority of today’s adolescents have seen pornography, either because they have gone looking for it, or it has gone looking for them. As parents called by God to nurture our children through childhood and into a spiritually healthy adulthood, we have the responsibility to be keenly aware of pornography’s presence, its compelling draw, and the impact it has on our kids. When it comes to pornography, what they see and experience now will not only shape them in the present, but will continue to influence them and their relationships for the rest of their lives. Consequently, we must be diligent in preparing our children to understand, process, and respond to this horribly fallen expression of God’s good gift of sexuality in ways that bring honor and glory to God. Prepare them for what porn is, what to do when they see it, and the fact that they can freely come to you for guidance and direction.