Pornography is not your problem. You turning to porn and sexual sin is only a symptom of a deeper issue. Your outward actions are a a sign of an inner struggle. Changing outward behavior is only a temporary fix that deals with the symptom rather than the internal disease. Sin.
We all have a sickness in our soul—a painful brokenness that drives us to seek relief. We will continue to seek temporary relief until we get to the root cause of the illness.
We believe that our journey to freedom and the foundation of this ministry starts by first choosing to expose ourselves. Sin thrives in secrecy and darkness. Our mission is to live a life of integrity that both honors and glorifies our Lord and Savior. We admit we are powerless over our addiction, brokenness and sinful patterns.
We believe that authentic community is a gracious gift of God meant for daily encouragement and spiritual health. Our desire that our communities are open, honest environments where people can share struggles, find healing and encouragement, and strengthen one another as we follow God's path together.
We believe in challenging our community to live a God-honoring life by utilizing the provided accountability, resources, ministry partnerships and biblical counsel that will equip them to find victory from pornography and sexual sin, so we can experience the fullness of life in Christ when we follow him and walk in His ways.
When we are asked how someone can be a part of the ministry, we will tell you that wearing our t-shirts will always get a conversation going with anyone. Proceeds from any of our apparel purchases goes to support the ministry.
The primary activity of God Over Porn is to launch, grow, and sustain Christ-centered communities in major cities across the country. At this time you can join an online group until a city group is launched in your area.
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God Over Porn operates and runs off of charitable donations from people like you who support the work and mission of what we do. Please prayerfully consider partnering with us to help us spread awareness on the dangers of pornography in our communities and churches.