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.

The Gospel Coalition | How Celibacy Can Fulfill Your Sexuality

“We know we are sexual beings. We know this sexuality is meant to mean something. But unless we know what our sexuality is for, we won’t understand how it’s meant to work.”

I Am Second | I Was Addicted to Porn and Here’s How I Stopped

“When I couldn’t get rid of my addiction, I started to believe it was who I was. I was a terrible person, and if I was a terrible person, I couldn’t expect to behave any differently. Every time I gave in to my addiction, it reinforced this idea and wrapped me tighter and tighter into my destructive behavior.”

LifeWay | 5 Mistakes Pastors Make in Reaching Men

“From fresh flowers to bulletin shells splashed with pastel colors, the design of many churches pings the feminine meter. They do not feel like places men are typically comfortable. Think stadiums, man caves, and garages.”

Steve McVey | Does God Keep Score?

“f your understanding of who God is has been framed by the traditional teachings of a legalistic religious world, you’re not likely to see Him in any other way. If you see your God as one who is primarily concerned about your actions, if you see Him as one who is disappointed when you do wrong, if you see Him as one who stands ready to punish those who fail and reward those who do their best to do the right thing, you have been taken captive by an Adamic view of God.”

XXXChurch | Does Memorizing Bible Verses Actually Help My Sexual Purity?

“The Bible is not a rulebook that teaches us how to live; it’s a map that shows us the way to discipleship through emulating the resurrected Christ.”

Steve Brown | When Prodigals Go Back to the Pigs

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