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Joe wrote:
Thank you for the church promo kit. I was given a book earlier by your organization and passed it on to a young man struggling with porn. Since then, he has taken himself from the porn and married a fantastic young woman. Thanks again.

Anonymous wrote:
I used to personally struggle heavily with pornography and all the sin that surrounds that. During that time a friend of mine gave me his copy of your book. Your book was a huge tool in my freedom with Christ from pornography. I have been free from looking at porn for well over three years now and I owe all the gratitude to God and how he used your book to set me free from it all. That being said, I am a huge advocate of this book. I have bought it for a friend in the past already. I am currently leading a small group of about five people.

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Yes, Using Porn is Cheating. Here's Why.

April 12, 2019

I’ve heard it said that there are men who don’t look at porn, and then there are men who are breathing. If recent surveys are any indication, porn use has become the norm among men, not the exception. Still, I get a lot of questions from women who are feeling the heartbreaking impact of porn on their marriages. To them porn feels like cheating, and for good reason. It is. I understand why many don’t think this is true (reasons I’ll address below), but first it is important that I define some terms. By “using porn” I don’t mean merely seeing it. It’s hard not to walk about in public places or go online without seeing something that is at least meant to titillate...

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How Long will it Take My Spouse to Heal from My Betrayal?

April 04, 2019

In this article I will use the terms wife or she for the betrayed spouse because that is the focus of my work. However, the information applies regardless of whether the betrayer was the husband or wife. Several years ago I had a client come see me about her second husband’s sex addiction. Her first husband, she explained, had died suddenly of a heart attack at age 45 while out jogging. The shock and grief at that time had felt unbearable. Years passed and she remarried. Now, she told me, as she was coming to grips with her husband’s addiction, she was experiencing pain beyond that of the first loss. I often compare sexual betrayal in marriage to death. Many...

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