“When should I talk to my kids about sex?” That’s a question I hear all the time. Usually, the parent asking the question is hoping for an answer on the higher end of the number scale. . . like “when they turn 18.” Not a good idea in a world that says to children and teens of all ages, “When it comes to your sexuality, go ahead and do whatever you want, with whomever you want, wherever you want, whenever you want and however you want.” This “choice is yours” way of looking at sexuality is not what they need to hear, but it is what they’re hearing. The sex education our kids so desperately need is one that leads them to understand that God created sex to be experienced within the bounds of His plan. Parents, God has given you the responsibility to nurture them in the faith as it relates to all of life. And the good news is that the research points to the fact that teenagers want to learn about sexuality from their parents. . . not from smartphones or friends! Are you teaching your kids?