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ALLIES: PARENTS & KIDS NAVIGATING A SEXUALIZED CULTURE
Most Christian parents want to impart a God-honoring view of sexuality to their kids but aren’t sure of what to say, how to say it, or when to begin. Meanwhile, the world quickly rushes in to impart a very ungodly view of sexuality to their children.
We understand, and we want to help. Allies: Parents and Kids Navigating a Sexualized Culture is a grace-filled, practical approach to understanding, teaching, and modeling God-honoring, biblical sexuality. Allies is for parents of toddlers through teens and is perfect for caregivers and grandparents as well.
Learn how to begin early and interact more authentically with loved ones on issues related to bodies, sex, porn, and culture.
Hear truth from science and scripture along with stories and practical tips that will inspire and equip them.
Find practical, relevant resources to read with their children.
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WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT ALLIES
“I now feel well-equipped to teach my three young children a healthy, godly view of their sexuality. Anne’s tone is so encouraging and humble – her words are filled with hope and grace and helped open the door to these types of conversations.”
“Anne is engaging, warm, and sincere. She tackles often difficult topics with humor, grace, and truth. TrueNorth has been such a blessing to our family as we navigate the challenging tween and teen years.”
“We had a wonderful time at Anne’s Allies event. She exudes so much grace, warmth, and humor that it was actually fun to gather around such a heavy topic. We learned a lot and are still talking about it weeks later.”
About ten years ago, Anne began working in the anti-trafficking movement in Atlanta and was the first Executive Director for Out of Darkness, a rescue organization for women in prostitution. The brokenness she saw in the women they served inspired her to start TrueNorth to help the Church become a safe place for people to find hope and guidance for sexual issues. Anne speaks to church groups, parents, and ministry leaders, bringing hope, inspiration, and practical ways to walk more authentically with those we love in a sexualized culture. Anne is from Marietta, Georgia and is a graduate of Georgia Tech where she met her husband, Greg. They have three adult children, two children-in-love, and one granddaughter. The Kerrs currently live in Charlotte, NC.