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.

CovenantEyes: 5 Horrible Ways to Tell Your Wife About Your Porn Addiction

“There is not a ‘good’ way to tell your wife–if by ‘good’ you mean she won’t feel hurt. But there are ways to tell your wife that are ‘bad’–meaning they exacerbate the damage of your sin by how you communicate the information. The purpose of this post is help you avoid five common mistakes in talking to your wife.”

Seattle School of Theology: The Curious Risk of Restoring Men

“Therefore, the other part of the work I do is to help boys grow up into godly men—and to help dads raise up godly men out of their boys. It’s actually because you (my daughter) are so important, so valuable, so precious, that I want to do whatever I can to help create a world that grows up good men so that you have a good husband and your children have a good father. You deserve that. It’s not that you are unimportant. In fact, it’s because you are super important!”

Paul Young: You Never Need to Feel Shame

“Only as we grow and mature do we begin to realize that there are fundamental relational truths that are so much deeper than laws and rules. These can be summed up by the law of love, or Golden Rule, but they center around expressing a life full of other-centered, self-giving love.”

Tim Challies: Messy Grace

“One of Messy Grace’s strengths is Kaltenbach’s description of just how much homosexuality provides an identity. For that reason, when you tell a homosexual that he must renounce his homosexuality, you are not asking him to renounce mere behavior, but an entire identity, an entire means of self-understanding.”

Pete Wilson: But God

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