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 and sexual 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.

Communicate Jesus | Accountability Software – Comparing 6 of the Best Tools

“With accountability software, you choose the people you would like to receive reports and alerts on what you have viewed online. This is a powerful incentive to resist the devil in those moments of temptation.”

Gospel Coalition | How Self-Help Can Become Self-Hurt

“I soon found myself spiritually empty and a bit insecure. Instead of measuring my identity by the cross, I chose cheap metrics of likes, followers, and comments. And there were never enough to satisfy my heart. Even worse, I lost focus on the reason for writing the book in the first place, which was to help people connect their faith in Jesus and their work.”

J.A. Medders | Faith and Works are Friends

“When we talk about faith and works needing a peace treaty, a negotiating of two sides, we are stumbling into the very thing we are to avoid like a rabid dog in your neighborhood. Cheap Christianity.”

Randy Alcorn | Do We Miss the Humor of Christ When We Read the Gospels?

“Those who heard Jesus speak knew His keen humor—and they were endeared to Him. The humor of Jesus is far more apparent if we understand His culture and engaging personality. There’s nothing disrespectful about noticing that many of Jesus’ statements are, by design, happily outrageous.”

qPolitical | After Nearly Dying, Michael Phelps Admits The Secret That Saved His Life And Made Him Swim Again

“…the 31-year-old swimmer recently revealed how he almost committed suicide in September 2014 — but everything changed when God stepped into his life in the most extraordinary way.”

Sho Baraka: Mercy On Me

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