Information for Parents and Teachers
Teachers often want good follow-up activities to process the retreat in class afterwards. Check out our ideas here. And, parents will love the articles and resources we provide to just to help parents guide their teens in faith.
- Chastity Resources for You and Your Child
- Talking to your kids about chastity
- Marital Chastity and Natural Family Planning
- Chastity Rings for Guys and Girls
- Keeping Your Home Free from Porn (KC, KS My House Program)
Q & A (Questions from Parents)
- Help! I just discovered my son has been viewing porn!
- What if my child is in a sexual relationship and refuses to change?
- How can I encourage chastity if I did not live it before marriage?
Be An Informed Parent
- Center for Parent Youth Understanding (CPYU)
- Help Your Kids Drink Wisely
- Getting Teenagers out of Their Shells and Into Their Souls
- More Teens Have Sex and Fewer Parents Know
- Thirteen - A Movie Review
At the conclusion of a REAP retreat, many students desire to apply what they have learned to their personal lives and continue growing in their faith; however, they may need guidance and direction from their teachers and youth ministers so that important lessons are not forgotten.
The time immediately following a retreat is a time of grace, since teens are often open to God in a new way. The following activities expand upon the content presented in a REAP retreat, and will encourage students to make a direct application of the retreat to their own lives.