Christian men and women addicted to pornography
What is your current role in your church?
How are you accessing porn?
W H A T W E A R E D O I N G
taking no part
We are brothers and sisters within the church who have chosen to honor God with our bodies and our lives, understanding that we are not our own and that we were bought with a price. We are aware of sin's power to destroy us physically and spiritually. It has devastated countless lives and destroyed families. God wants to protect us from damaging ourselves and others. Rather than turn to our flesh we place God at the center of our lives allowing Him to renew our mind in His purity. Jesus has suffered and conquered all evil. Through Him is the path to live a pure life in a vile and perverted generation and sex-saturated culture.
We are to be the “light” of the world. Also, we are to be “salt of the earth”, so we need to preserve the world by fighting and exposing that which would harm it. The jeers at us when we speak out are just the “light” altering the darkness. Everything exposed by the light becomes visible--and everything that is illuminated becomes a light. We have been called to expose the works of the enemy within the porn industry, and spread awareness on the perils of pornography and sexual sin within the Church through online support, accountability, and provide the resources and tools necessary to overcome pornography and sexual sin.
Women struggle, too. . .
If your desires were constantly weighed on a scale throughout the day, with God on one side and other desires on the other side, God would theoretically always be the weightier object because He is to be your one pure and holy passion. If at any time you begin to lust for something, the scale begins to tip in the opposite direction.
I was alone whether I wanted to be or not. I was certain no one would understand if I told them. They would just cringe at the things I’d done and try to get away from my dirtiness. I was the only one with this disease. I didn’t want to bear it alone, I wanted to get out of this cesspool,
Our story doesn’t start with boundaries, but it ends with them. I knew after finding out that I should “make boundaries.” But I had hesitation towards this idea of creating any type of “walls” around my heart. In my mind, I wasn’t sure what boundaries were going to look like, where they would take us, or what room I had to