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Why I teach my kids to wait until marriage-Mom Remade.

In this post-Christian era, teaching your kids to wait until marriage to have sex is not normal. In fact, it is archaic by most standards. Most parents have opted for the “safe sex” talk instead of going for abstinence.

They figure their kids are going to do it, so it is better to use protection than teach morals. Morals are out-dated and inconvenient.

Morals take time and are hard to teach consistently. It requires the parents to be moral, too. Otherwise, the parents are hypocrites. Also, parents are too busy working, attending sports events, and are too tired to reinforce something they may or may not believe themselves.

A long talk about sex and a condom or birth control pills is quicker and gets the job done.

Unfortunately, your kids aren’t listening to the “safe sex” talk. And they don’t understand the real consequences of premarital sex and why they should wait until marriage.

Related: The Best Way to Change Your Teen

You Are Short-Circuiting the Process

Parents don’t realize they are short-circuiting the process by promoting birth control instead of abstinence.

Birth control is an efficient method if your teen is not going to wait until marriage. Something has to be done to prevent pregnancy. But this alone will not protect your kids from harm.

This is the fallacy most parents don’t realize about birth control. Did you know almost half of all pregnancies in the US are unplanned? 45% of the 6 million pregnancies a year are unplanned whether married or unmarried.

Many women get pregnant while using birth control. From a behavioral economics standpoint, the most widely used forms of birth control in the United States — the pill and condoms — are pretty terrible. They require frequent and specific action, offer little room for error, require action in times of emotional distraction, and have comparatively high rates of failure: For every 100 women who rely on the pill for one year, nine will get pregnant; for every 100 women who rely on condoms for one year, nearly 20 will get pregnant –Washington Post

If you read the article from the Washington Post, it talks about using an IUD as a better form of birth control. Yes, it is better, but then you risk STD’s and AIDS.

They failed to mention that part. Neither did they mention the emotional cost to your teen when the break up comes.

Teaching birth control instead of morals is not working. Birth control, whatever form, has liabilities. The only real way to make sure complete safety is to wait until marriage.

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Parents Don’t Know What They Believe

The problem is many parents today don’t know what they believe. This makes teaching abstinence next to impossible. They can’t give a reason to wait until marriage without going back to the Bible. Many parents don’t know the Bible or even believe the Bible to be true.

Because of this, there are no beliefs or values to pass down to their children. Parents don’t realize they are missing the truth. The truth about premarital sex. The kind of truth that never changes. The truth is teens and young adults should wait until marriage to have sex.

But parents are blinded to this truth.

Now we have several generations of people who don’t know what they believe other than what you feel is right. Unfortunately, feelings don’t make for a good moral compass.

Feelings change hourly. There is no stability or absolute truth with feelings. They are unpredictable and can be deceiving at best.

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The Bible and Church

In the last 40 years, the Bible and church have become inconvenient and judgemental. It is viewed as antiquated. Irrelevant. For several generations now, families have stopped attending church. Somehow doing the right thing is wrong.

Church attendance stat for Americans

Today, only around 23%-25% of families regularly attend church in America. Originally, Gallup thought it was around 35-40%. This statistic shows parents are not interested in any real kind of faith or belief system.

This is why parents are unsure about how to parent. They don’t know what to teach their kids in regards to sex.

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What Are Our Kids Learning?

If nothing other than birth control is being taught at home, then what are our kids learning? If you watch TV, go to the movies, or get online, you know what our kids are learning.

Sex without consequences. If it feels right, and you are old enough, then experiment. (And what age is “old enough.”)

They are told nothing bad is going to happen. It always works out in movies, TV, and social media. In fact, it is glamorized. The Kardashians are one example.

After the TV or movie is turned off, and the computer is shut down, the harsh reality is hitting our teens and young adults. And the reality is tragic.

The facts show premarital sex is harming, if not destroying, our kids. Many of you think this won’t happen to your child someday, yet these statistics show differently.

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What Are the Facts?

Let me give you the facts. You can not argue with these. They are in black and white. No feelings, just truth.

1. 50% of all pregnancies in the US are unplanned. 8 out of 10 teen pregnancies are unplanned. 

2. 43% of all unplanned pregnancies will end in abortion.

3. 60 million abortions since 1973.

4. 18% failure rate of condoms – CDC.

5. 9% failure rate of the Pill -CDC.

6. 25% of Americans have an incurable STD.

7. 85% of Americans with herpes don’t know it.

8. 43% of teens did not use a condom the last time they had sex-CDC.

9. 41% of teens admit to having sexual intercourse-CDC.

10. 21% of teens used drugs or alcohol before the last sexual intercourse-CDC.

11. 1 in 4 girls will be pregnant at least once before the age of 20.

12. 1 in 4 teens will contract an STD every year.

13. $16,000- the cost to taxpayers for every teen birth

14. About 750,000 teens get pregnant each year. 

15. The U.S. has the highest teen pregnancy rate and abortions in the world. 

10 statistics of teenagers who have sex

Why You Should Teach Your Kids to Wait Until Marriage

My husband and I have taught our kids to wait until marriage. You may wonder if I regret it. I don’t. I would go back and do it again in a heartbeat. It was the right thing to do. These are the reasons why we taught them to wait:

1. No fear of pregnancy.

2. No fear of sexual diseases or AIDS.

3. No emotional heartbreaks or rage over a betrayal.

4. No abortions.

5. No fear of getting caught or guilt.

6. No regrets.

7. No corruption of character.

8. Ensures the future of their unborn child to have a father at home someday.

9. Less stress on the family.

10. No ruined relationships.

11. No fear of raising a child as a teen.

12. No financial cost for birth control, abortion, or raising a child

13. No Post-Abortion trauma.

14. No risk of children “popping up” years later.

15. No risk of misunderstandings or rape charges. 

Biblical Parenting

We go overboard in protecting our kids so they are mentally, physically, and emotionally safe in all other areas of life. Don’t forget to protect your kids spiritually with biblical principles. Teaching your kids to wait until marriage to have sex could be the one thing that protects them the most.

If you as a family do not teach values and morals, I invite you to start reading the Bible or even going to church. God is waiting for you to reach out to Him. It is never too late to start a spiritual journey.

Related: 13 Easy Ways to Screw Up Your Kids

Living on feelings is not enough for your kids. They need stability and boundaries that are tried and true.

I can tell you as a parent with adult children, we are grateful for the wisdom of the Bible. We would not be able to parent without it. It has helped us direct our family in the way of Truth.

What do you teach your children?

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78 Comments

  1. Andrea on March 5, 2019 at 11:59 pm

    This is how I raised my son and daughter. My daughter actually became a missionary and didn’t date at all until she met someone from her church that she thought was mature and responsible enough to make a good husband. I taught them both that you can find love in many ways. Being of service to others is another way for people to share love.

    • Julie Plagens on March 9, 2019 at 3:13 am

      Oh, so good. Waiting until someone is actually ready is so important. Thanks for your comment!

  2. Ntensibe Edgar Michael on June 6, 2018 at 4:19 am

    This is a bbbeeeeaaauuuuttttyyyyyyyyyy of an article! All points are to the “T” and it strongly emphasises getting back to our “moral compass” that we try so much to hold on to. Thanks honey, for this one!

    • Julie Plagens on June 9, 2018 at 10:07 am

      I love reading encouraging comments. Thank you so much for your sweet comments!

  3. Ivan on May 24, 2018 at 8:42 am

    I love your thoughts on this unconventional topic/blog post. I have to agree with your thoughts though. Explaining about abstinence is indeed far more challenging than discussing about safe sex. With good morals, example is the best teacher. With something academic, it’s just presenting facts.

    • Julie Plagens on June 1, 2018 at 6:37 pm

      You are so right. Morality is much more complicated. It means you have to be an example if you are going to teach it. If you aren’t willing to act in a moral way, it is all lost. Thanks for your comment.

  4. Melissa Javan on May 12, 2018 at 12:20 am

    My little one is two, but I’ve always thought about “what will I tell my kids about this”. I was taught to be abstinent. Thank you for sharing this.

    • Julie Plagens on June 1, 2018 at 6:39 pm

      Melissa, thanks for your comment. You have a little while to think about it, but it will be here before you know it. God’s way is best!

  5. LavandaMichelle on May 9, 2018 at 8:27 pm

    Wow. This is sort of a controversial topic. I admire your choices and point-of-view! I love how you provided statistics, because the factual approach can sometimes get people to see things from your shoes. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    • Julie Plagens on June 1, 2018 at 6:41 pm

      Lavanda, it is a controversial subject, but one that must be brought to light. I think it is important to let people know ALL the facts before they make a decision. The problem is that unless you have any type of encounter with God, it is hard to stay on track with abstinence. The pull is just so hard in the other direction.

  6. Algene on May 9, 2018 at 12:05 pm

    This is what I want to teach my kids in the future 🙂

  7. Brandi Michel on May 9, 2018 at 8:13 am

    I love this post and you share many of my same views on parenting and not having sex before marriage. I teach my girls to live according to the bible but also to value themselves as women who are worth having a man who will love and cherish them enough to wait until marriage.

    • Julie Plagens on June 1, 2018 at 6:44 pm

      Brandi, this is so important to bring up. Teaching our girls to value themselves as women is of the utmost importance. Having a biblical perspective wrapped in this idea makes it all possible. Thanks for your comment.

  8. Kat|Kat Charles Blog on May 9, 2018 at 12:22 am

    I believe the church needs to discuss all aspects of sex (not just intercourse and consequences). I feel like I got mixed messages growing up, so I dealt with a lot of shame and fear around sex. It has taken me years to recover, and I honestly wasn’t sure what I would teach my own kids.

    However, I do think there are plenty of reasons to wait that don’t have anything to do with the Bible. I will educate my kids as best as I can, and teach them and pray they are led by the Holy Spirit. I don’t want to over or under-emphasize sex.

    • Julie Plagens on May 9, 2018 at 3:26 am

      I’m sorry for the pain you experienced growing up. It sounds like the emotional scars are still there from things that happened years ago. I wish there were a way to not shame teens, but still help them see what kind of pain it causes long term. Teens are naturally attracted to the forbidden fruits, so it is hard to lovingly and firmly get this message through. I do believe abstinence is next to impossible to teach without a loving and growing relationship with Jesus. There’s no reason to wait unless you have a deep faith in something greater than yourself.

  9. Terri Beavers on May 8, 2018 at 11:11 pm

    I agree it is important for us to teach our children to wait until marriage. I know in today’s world it is hard but you just have to pray that our children will listen and stick with what we as parents teach them.

    • Julie Plagens on May 9, 2018 at 3:28 am

      Terri, you are so right. Prayer is the only thing to help reinforce what we teach. We can’t be with them all the time.

  10. Betzy Cuellar on May 8, 2018 at 11:07 pm

    Teaching kids to wait is honestly the best thing possible.

    • Julie Plagens on May 9, 2018 at 3:28 am

      Betsy, yes, you are right! Thanks for your comment.

  11. Bailey on May 8, 2018 at 10:04 pm

    Yes! This is so important and we need to be making sure we are teaching Biblical principles. God gave us His commands to protect us.

    • Julie Plagens on May 9, 2018 at 3:29 am

      Bailey, I wish kids could see this. It is for protection. Thanks for your comment.

  12. Katie on May 8, 2018 at 8:09 pm

    This is such an important topic and I loved reading your take on it! I fully agree with everything you said and plan to teach my children this way once they are old enough.

    • Julie Plagens on May 9, 2018 at 3:30 am

      Katie, I am thrilled there are others who still believe this way. Many blessings to you!

  13. Keri @ Awaken Happiness Within on May 8, 2018 at 11:17 am

    Though my children are still young, this is what I plan to teach them. Thank you for all of the great statistics!

    • Julie Plagens on May 9, 2018 at 3:31 am

      Keri, I am so glad you will be teaching your kids this way. Thanks for reading.

  14. Rachel on May 8, 2018 at 9:15 am

    Some interesting facts here indeed! You make some really interesting points and I agree about this being a not very popular decision. I think lives to short to ait – we should enjoy life whilst we are here!

    • Julie Plagens on May 9, 2018 at 3:44 am

      Rachel, you are definitely not alone in your beliefs. I saw you are becoming a clinical psychologist. I hope you will keep my article in the back of your mind when you hear people’s stories. Over the years you are going to see the damage of premarital sex over and over again with your patients. Taking that one element out would significantly cut down on the treatment for post abortion trauma, abandonment by a partner or parent, depression due to STD or AIDS, guilt, loss of relationships, raising a child as a single parent, low income issues or poverty, lack of education, and etc. Most of these can be traced back to the root problem which is not waiting until marriage.
      I know it’s fun, but the risk outweighs the reward long term. Waiting is for your protection. I hope you will reconsider. Thanks for your comment. I appreciate you being candid.

  15. Andrea on May 8, 2018 at 7:39 am

    I really enjoyed your list of 15 reasons to wait til marriage. I pinned this to share with my youth group. Thanks!

    • Julie Plagens on May 9, 2018 at 3:47 am

      Andrea, I hope this will be a meaningful conversation. I’m praying right now for that encounter to to be a divine intervention. Thanks for reading.

  16. Angel on May 8, 2018 at 6:08 am

    I totally agree with what you said. This is how I am raising my boys. There is nothing wrong with teaching our children that viewing marriage the way God intended is a blessing.

    • Julie Plagens on May 9, 2018 at 3:48 am

      Angel, I am so glad you will be raising your kids with godly principles. Thanks for your comment.

  17. McKayla on May 7, 2018 at 11:49 pm

    This article says it perfectly. I’m nervous for when my daughter becomes a teenager. The media is already so pro-sex, I can’t imagine what it will be like later on down the road. I’m hoping that if I can show my daughter an example of a great marriage, keep her love for the church strong, and always her to remember that God’s plan for us is what’s best, then we will be alright!

    • Julie Plagens on May 9, 2018 at 3:50 am

      McKayla, I pray you will lovingly be able to train your daughter to wait. Not because God doesn’t like sex, but because He thought it should be sacred and protected. Thanks for your comment.

  18. Berlin on May 7, 2018 at 10:06 pm

    Glad I was able to read this post. Learned a lot specially in knowing that indeed, feelings don’t make for a good moral compass. Feelings change hourly. I have five boys and perhaps it isn’t just husband’s task to orient them about this, all the more I should be open about this kind of topic to them. Thank yoi for coming up with this article.

    • Julie Plagens on May 9, 2018 at 3:56 am

      Berlin, moms usually spend way more time with their kids than dads. When kids are old enough, it is important to start training them morally. Not just sexually, but in every area of their lives.
      I hope this will spur you on to finding ways to inject truth in their lives. You are training their heart every day whether you realize it or not.
      Thanks for reading.

  19. Berlin on May 7, 2018 at 10:05 pm

    Glad I was able to read this post. Learned a lot specially in knowing that indeed, feelings don’t make for a good moral compass. Feelings change hourly. I have five boys and perhaps it isn’t just husband’s task to orient them.about this, all the more I should be open.about this kind of topic to.them.

    • Julie Plagens on June 2, 2018 at 8:38 pm

      Berlin, thanks for your comment. I hope you will have a chance to talk to your boys often about how to treat a woman. Nothing like hearing it from their mom. Thaks for your comment.

  20. Katie on May 7, 2018 at 9:20 pm

    Thank you so much for putting this out there. It isn’t talked about very much, but is something that every parent and teens need to hear.

    • Julie Plagens on June 2, 2018 at 8:41 pm

      Katie, thank you for your comment. Waiting for marriage definitely needs to be discussed with your kids. Developing a moral compass is something that is done on a daily basis.

  21. Courtney on May 7, 2018 at 7:44 pm

    What a great read, I couldn’t agree more. Remaining abstinent was one of the most precious gifts I gave my husband on our wedding night. I will for sure instill waiting until marriage into my children as well.

    • Julie Plagens on June 2, 2018 at 8:42 pm

      Courtney, yes, waiting is the best gift to give to your marriage partner. IT IS WORTH IT! Thanks for your comment.

  22. Carrie Liu on May 7, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    These numbers look scary. I guess parents would do anything to protect their children from the downsides of sex. I think it’s how you convey the idea to wait is the most important – it’s something wonderful that you should cherish until you find the person you love, not because of the scary consequences may or may not happen.

    • Julie Plagens on June 2, 2018 at 8:43 pm

      Yes, Carrie, I agree. Waiting is the right thing to do. I definitely don’t think you can scare someone into it. It has to be a core belief. Thanks for your comment.

  23. Nik on May 7, 2018 at 9:01 am

    Interactive pictures. Nice content filled with facts. Never read a blog talking about such issues before. Helped me relate decisions regarding marriage. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    • Julie Plagens on June 2, 2018 at 8:47 pm

      Nik, I am glad you were able to read this information. It is hard to tell people about this in person. It is something to ponder and research before you go too far. Thanks for your comment.

  24. Elisa on May 7, 2018 at 8:51 am

    I hope you don’t get any negative comments on this! This was a great read and I really appreciate you bringing up this topic so bravely and confidently! This is definitely a very emotional subject for people and it does need to be talked about with our kids! Thank you for sharing!

    • Julie Plagens on June 2, 2018 at 8:50 pm

      Elisa, surprisingly, I have gotten a lot of positive comments. It is definitely a difficult subject to talk about but it must be discussed. Thanks for your comments.

  25. candy on May 7, 2018 at 7:39 am

    Good for you in writing this post and teaching your children good christian values. You are not alone with these values even though they are not popular.

    • Julie Plagens on June 2, 2018 at 8:53 pm

      Candy, thanks so much for your support. I am actually surprised by the positive comments. I figured a lot of people would be quite upset by the very archaic thoughts. Thanks for the comment.

  26. Andrea on May 7, 2018 at 7:25 am

    this is such a great point of a view and i honestly feel like it is amazing that you are teaching your kids this.
    i do feel like it is a personal decision, my mom was more about, are you ready to handle what comes with all of this.
    why don’t you wait until you are ready?
    she made me feel like there wasn’t a contest or something you need to cross off and while i didnt wait until marriage i did wait until i was in a place i was emotionally ready. thanks for this though.

    • Julie Plagens on June 2, 2018 at 9:02 pm

      Andrea, thanks for your comments. I appreciate your thoughts. Waiting is hard to do. I know most people don’t these days. I am grateful you did not have a bad experience.

  27. Sondra Barker on May 7, 2018 at 2:41 am

    This is definitely an important conversation to talk about! Thanks for sharing.
    xo, Sondra
    Cuisineandtravel.com

  28. Laura on May 6, 2018 at 10:27 pm

    This article is very informative. There will be some people who agree and disagree on your point of view, but I like how you put all the facts here to support what you believe. 🙂 All the best!

    Laura
    http://www.wanderwithola.com

    • Julie Plagens on May 7, 2018 at 5:55 am

      Yes. I know many people will have different thoughts on the subject. The stats make you think twice about what you are teaching your kids though. Thanks for your input, Laura.

  29. Sarah B on May 6, 2018 at 9:06 pm

    I was raised with these principles as well. Good statistics for sure. There are lots of reasons why waiting to have intercourse is a good choice. Personally, I feel like there should be more of a balance in how this topic is approached without children. As someone who was told not to have sex before marriage over & over again, I don’t know that I was fully equipped for all that my hormones would cause my body to feel the first time I was in a situation with a guy I was attracted to. Because all I heard was “don’t do it” “it’s bad” “guard your heart” I was quickly met with shame when I crossed lines I shouldn’t have. Having learned the hard way why waiting for marriage can be a good thing, I look forward to talking with my kids about this from a relationship point of view. The loss of a relationship after having sex can be devastating & that is something you don’t hear enough about. I appreciate you sharing your thoughts on such a controversial topic.

    • Julie Plagens on May 7, 2018 at 6:00 am

      I’m sorry your experience was hard for you. I think parents are just trying to tell their kids there is an alligator in the water so don’t jump in the lake. We see all these other people who already have missing arms and legs who have been in the water. We don’t want our kids to have the same thing happen to them.
      It is all about relationship with your child. If there is only a bunch of commands, and not relationship between parent and child, then it is hard to do much but watch your child get devoured.

  30. Nadj on May 6, 2018 at 7:29 pm

    This is the same principle my parents taught me. I’m glad that there’s still parents who believe in this.

    • Julie Plagens on May 7, 2018 at 6:01 am

      Seems we are few and far between! Thanks for reading, Nadj.

  31. Jubilee D Meyer on May 6, 2018 at 4:57 pm

    I definitely agree with this. There is just to much at stake to be having sex in high school, and that’s even if I didn’t factor in my personal beliefs

    • Julie Plagens on May 7, 2018 at 6:03 am

      Yes, I tried to come at this with facts and not just the Bible. Logically, one would have to see the current methods are not working.

  32. Joan Cajic on May 6, 2018 at 2:53 pm

    I honestly don’t mind teaching kids to wait until marriage, and I also don’t think you should have any negative comments. You are allowed to teach your kids what you think is right for them and everyone has their opinion, so don’t let it get to you.

    • Julie Plagens on May 7, 2018 at 6:05 am

      That’s too kind, Joan. I’m so glad we all have a choice. I hope parents will consider choosing a biblical point of view. Thanks for your comment.

  33. Elisa on May 6, 2018 at 9:51 am

    I think it also has to do with culture. I never got the talks from my parents and here I am a 21 year old waiting until marriage because that is just what my culture is about.

    • Julie Plagens on May 7, 2018 at 6:06 am

      Elisa, I am so glad this is a part of your culture. You won’t be sorry waiting. Thanks for reading.

  34. Alexandria on May 6, 2018 at 9:11 am

    I was taught about these things & I can definitely say I will do the same with my children when I have them!

    • Julie Plagens on May 7, 2018 at 6:07 am

      Alexandria, I am so glad you are going to do the same! Thanks for reading.

  35. Aimee on May 6, 2018 at 8:42 am

    Thanks for posting this. I love all of the statistics you provided as well.

  36. Victor Step on May 6, 2018 at 3:54 am

    Thanks for bringing this topic up, it rarely is talked about in the modern days and is quite interesting. Also, thank you for the statistics!

    • Julie Plagens on May 7, 2018 at 6:08 am

      Victor, I appreciate your comments. Thanks for reading.

  37. Annreeba on May 4, 2018 at 11:46 pm

    This is amazing, people these things need to be learned. Thanks for sharing the post.

    • Julie Plagens on May 5, 2018 at 8:39 am

      Annreeba, thanks for saying this. I’m glad you agree.

  38. Chef Mireille on May 4, 2018 at 9:34 pm

    While I may not agree with all of the points you mention, I always find it interesting to learn about other people’s point of view. It’s the only way to have respectful discourse. In today’s climate, being able to have a respectful debate on issues from opposite sides in severely lacking.

    • Julie Plagens on May 5, 2018 at 8:43 am

      Mireille, I appreciate your comment. I’d love to know what part is disagreeable to you. I would gladly change parts of this if you would help me out here. I’d love to hear your perspective. Or atleast your rebuttal would be posted here for people to read.

  39. Beautybeyondphysique on May 4, 2018 at 8:12 pm

    I actually posted a similar post on my blog but I was more Christian based and you have no idea how much this post means to me right now. This is amazing , people weren’t too happy in the comment section but these things need to be learnt. The bible says train up a child in the way he should go and when he grows up, he shall not depart from it. Thank you for this xo

    • Julie Plagens on May 4, 2018 at 8:35 pm

      I am so glad for a positive comment. You may be the only one! I have been bracing myself all day for the negativity. Last time I posted something about waiting, women were not happy at all. It is amazing how emotional this subject is for everyone. Women don’t want to give up premarital sex. Thanks for reading.

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