Some studies are saying that up to 50% of pastors are at least mildly addicted to porn. That’s not bad, seeing as the men in their congregations are pushing 70% with women at about half of that number. So, if you have a coin in your pocket, go ahead and flip it. I’ll call “heads”… Read more »
Author: <span class="vcard">Thomas Lanns</span>
Before we get to the 3 Ways….we want you to learn from this story. Monica Lewinksy, the notorious center of the scandal that will forever plague former President Bill Clinton, made a remarkable statement in her recent TED Talk: “I was Patient Zero of losing a personal reputation on a global scale almost instantaneously.” Ms…. Read more »
I can still remember the excitement I felt when I installed my first internet filter more than 10 years ago. I was sure I’d found the solution to my struggles with pornography. I had blocked porn at its source so now, even if I wanted to find it, I wouldn’t be able to. I was… Read more »
I once had a conversation with Craig Gross about the word “accountability,” mainly because he wrote a book with Adam Palmer on the subject a few years ago called Open. It was about the benefits of vulnerability and placing yourself in relationship with people who could speak the truth to you when you needed to… Read more »
My first experience with an accountability group was over 20 years ago in my middle-school youth group. Three of us guys would get together with the youth pastor for a weekly “check-in.” Typically, my end of the conversation would go something like this: “I had a decent week. Maybe I looked down that girl’s shirt… Read more »
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As porn addicts, one of the most important questions we need to ask ourselves is this: what do we want? – Do we want to stop looking at porn? – Do we want to not feel crappy about ourselves every waking moment anymore? – Do we want complete freedom? Most of us want all of… Read more »