Weekly Web (W)roundup


Each week, I round up the best resources, articles, and videos I find that are relevant to finding freedom from porn addiction. Please note that by posting a link here it does not mean I agree with everything in the linked article. It just means I found it interesting enough to share.

Seth Haines: Coming Clean

“I’ve wondered why Paul contrasts individual drunkenness with the Spirit-filled Christian community, and this is what I’ve come to believe: The addictions of our life are often born from our own isolation, from our pain and anxiety.

Relevant: No, God Is Not Disappointed in You

“God does not identify us by our sins. It’s almost as if He sees things the other way around—while we might magnify our mistakes, God magnifies the beauty given to us. He is not intimidated by our weaknesses, like we so often are. He sees their power as already dissolved by the cross.”

Intentional Warriors: The Pursuit of Connection

“Sex is mysterious and wonderful, but it’s risky — even in a committed, loving relationship. Ask any husband about his hesitancy initiating sex with his wife. Or ask a wife about the uncertainty of initiating with her husband.

Mary DeMuth: God Sends Us to Hard Places

“It’s not that God sends evil. Evil exists. It lives and moves and has its being on this earth. What Joseph is saying here is that people who do evil things are not God. They cannot orchestrate time and eternity. They may think they are destroying us, but the final outcome rests in God’s hands. People don’t have the ultimate power to change a life.”

Marnee Feree: Women struggling with porn?

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