Posts Tagged: Porn

Equip Your Kids to “Say No” to Porn

Josh McDowell came across this article and wanted to share it with you. Original Post: jenwilkin.blogspot.com “The first time porn was served at the cafeteria lunch table, my son was eleven years old.” [Jen] “How should I prepare my child for if they see porn?” is the wrong question to ask, according to Jen Wilkin. The… Read more »

Porn and the Singleness Panic

Why the state of marriage doesn’t mean we lower our standards. Young women raised in the church are given a number of directives for choosing their lifelong partner. Beyond simply finding a Christian, they are told–and rightly so–to seek a man who is active and sincere in his faith, who is growing in godliness, a man… Read more »

Sexual Addiction

The Way Out of the Web It starts with a single picture . . . a single sexual image that pops onto the computer screen . . . and before long, you’re ensnared, entrapped in a complex, all-consuming web of sexual addiction. You’re undeniably stuck—you look around and all you see, all you think about,… Read more »

What are the most up-to-date stats on pornography?

Because of the sensitive nature of the topic, in-depth studies on pornography are rare, and many are old. So where can you get the most up-to-date statistics? At the Set Free Summit! Josh McDowell Ministry and Covenant Eyes have commissioned the Barna Group to do a major study on pornography, called The Porn Phenomenon. Based on… Read more »

Why Your Resolution to Quit Porn Will Fail Miserably (and how to succeed instead)

About 45% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, and 88% of all resolutions end in failure. Your resolution this year might be to “lose weight” or “get organized” or “quit smoking,” but regardless, there are good psychological reasons why most New Year’s resolutions fail. And when you’re resolved to stop something as pleasurable as watching… Read more »