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.

Christianity Today: Keys to Preventing Adultery

“The Ashley Madison leak has exposed the private lives of thousands of customers, including some prominent leaders. Sadly, the church is not immune to sexual immorality and has seen, in the past year, some leaders step down due to unfaithfulness.

Intentional Warriors: Managing Your Porn Habit?

“Back in the prime of my addiction, I used to come up with all sorts of ‘plans’ that I tried to employ in order to break free from pornography, lust, and compulsive masturbation. The result was predictable. The ‘plan’ always failed. Some lasted longer than others, but none of them worked.”

Tim Challies: The Curse of a Godly Wife

“Do you see what he has done? Somewhere along the way he has made his wife’s spiritual maturity a problem. He has entered into a kind of competition with her that has made her love for the Lord a liability. He has come to see her godliness as a curse rather than a blessing, as if he has been cursed with a godly wife.

The Gospel Coalition: How to Repent

“The importance of repentance is hard to overstate. After all, Jesus’s first public exhortation was ‘Repent!’—and if it was that high on Jesus’s list, we probably should pay attention too. But how do we repent well? Psalm 32 is a wonderful place to explore the nature and process of deep repentance. Here are five vital steps.”

Pete Wilson: You Will Change

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