Helping today’s culture see sex as more than just a moment of passion and re.think attitudes and mindsets about sex

What is re.think?

We started our abstinence education program in 1991, and that program continues today.  But because our culture is radically different than it was in 1991, we have to ensure that we are proclaiming God’s message most effectively for our times.

We cannot listen to the message of the culture that says teaching abstinence is old-fashioned; kids are going to do it anyway. We have to listen to the Lord, who directs us in 1 Corinthians 6:18 to “flee from sexual immorality. Every other sin a person commits is outside the body, but the sexually immoral person sins against his own body.” 

So, we are developing re.think. re.think is our new sexual integrity program for students, parents, and other adults of influence in teens’ lives to turn the tide of sexual promiscuity and immorality back toward the truth of God’s Word.

How can you join us in turning the tide of our culture toward a biblical perspective?

Schedule one of our two programs:

  • PowerPoint presentation for students in the public school about sexual risk avoidance and the factual consequences of making choices to their mental, physical, social, and spiritual being.
  • PowerPoint presentation for students involved in the church about sexual integrity from a biblical perspective, giving practical tips on how to live in a culture that is counter to God’s plan for sexual integrity.

The student programs challenge young people to consider that sexual encounters are more than just the time in which they may occur. Rather, such encounters impact them long-term physically,  mentally, and emotionally.
The adult programs teach adults with influence in the lives of students how to guide young people to make healthy, high-integrity sexual choices.

Email Robin at or call (937)250-6554 ext. 2070 to learn more about our programs.

Look for the launch of our re.think website in spring 2024!

“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” Romans 12:2