Author: Steve Zollos
Paperback, 176 pages
About the book
Time for The Talk will help fathers walk their sons through one of the most important conversations of their lives. “The Talk” is much broader than just a talk about sexuality; it’s a conversation about manhood, about right decisions, about Christ. Time for The Talk will help you give your son what he needs to steer through the moral and spiritual confusion of this world and make wise, godly, character-forming decisions. You will be equipping him to enter true manhood—a passage that many young men today simply never make.
Time for The Talk provides a complete framework for discussing the key areas of manhood that every boy should learn from his father. Through “The Talk” you will open a channel of communication based on truth and love that will endure for life.
“This book is about ‘The Talk,’ but it’s about even bigger fish than the ‘sex talk’ …it’s also about how a dad can have personal, intimate conversations with their sons about the rich relationships Christ wants them to have with Him, with women, and with the world at large.”
—Rick Horne, author of Get Outta My Face and Get Offa My Case
“Anticipation of ‘The Talk’ may terrify fathers. Be terrified no more! Time for The Talk is practical, helpful, biblical and real. When it comes to discussing human sexuality, Steve Zollos gets it right, and with his help you and your son will too.
—John Younts, author of Everyday Talk, Everyday Talk About Sex & Marriage, and blogger for Shepherd Press
“A comprehensive guide to a most significant father-son conversation, Time for The Talk offers sound guidance. Zollos provides dads with every detail essential to a biblical conversation with their sons about sex. As a father of two boys and a counselor, I find this book to be a helpful and needed resource!”
—Jeremy Lelek, President, Association of Biblical Counselors
About the author
Steve Zollos is publishing editor of GoodHealth Magazine, and a community liaison helping to bring health and wellness to struggling people and neighborhoods while leading the Building Healthy Communities Initiative in the City of Norfolk. He and his wife Debbie have four sons and one daughter.
If you need further assistance, please contact us.