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.

Wesley Hill | Sex for Christians: Self-Giving and Sanctifying

“On closer inspection, though, the fact that the early Christians celebrated virginity wasn’t just about being countercultural. They didn’t want to stand out from their neighbors just for the sake of standing out. Instead, their view of their bodies and their life goals and their social structures had been upended by Jesus’ resurrection.”

Key Life | Sorry Not Sorry

“All believers have got to go through the process of repentance. Say you’re sorry, really mean it, and if you do that, then God will take you back. And this is just what happens in the Prodigal Son story, right? Well, maybe not.”

Oprah | Pastor Carl Lentz Interview on Super Soul Sunday

“Oprah is joined by Carl Lentz, a lead pastor at Hillsong Church in New York City, for a conversation that could shift how you experience the world. Pastor Lentz is the dynamic force behind one of the most talked-about new congregations in American Christianity. See why his come-as-you-are approach to faith appeals to a new generation of spiritual seekers, including pop singers, young Hollywood and NBA players.”

Bromleigh McCleneghan | Sexuality: Part of the Imago Dei

“Christians don’t understand sexuality as something that mars our pristine souls with all that gross embodiment—fluids and limbs and passion. Our sexuality is rather a critical part of who we are, part of what makes us unique and alive and which draws us into connection with others. But, and this is important: our sexuality is also only a part of who we are.”

Josh Wilson | No More

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