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.

Randy Alcorn | Parents: It’s Time to Wake Up About Pornography, Sexting, and Your Children

“The great majority of children, especially boys but also girls, who are allowed access to pornography will view it, either inadvertently or purposefully, and many of those will become addicted to it, ruining their lives and in many cases ruining their future marriages.”

Desiring God | Live Like Sons and Daughters of the King

“We don’t know how to receive favor without working for it. And so we subtly (or not so subtly) trade away the one true gospel because we prefer to work for and serve God as slaves (or at least as employees), and not as sons.”

Timothy Paul Jones | C.S. Lewis and the False Promise of Pornography

“[O]ur Creator never intended our sexuality to be divorced from the costly joy of covenant commitment. The result of this pursuit of an imaginary harem is not increased pleasure but brokenness and pain that extend to at least three areas of life…”

Fierce Marriage | 3 Boundaries You Absolutely Need In Your Marriage

“When you stood (or will stand, if you’re not yet married) at the altar on your wedding day, you made a covenant that drew a boundary around the two of you. A wall was built that is meant to protect you from attack, and allow you to flourish within. You agreed that some things would be exclusively within your boundaries (exclusivity and privacy of sex, as one example). You also agreed that some things would be exclusively outside of your boundaries (divorce, for one).”

Pastors Press | More Like Sherlock, Less Like Watson

“I have found that with the twenty-four hour information flow on as many channels or websites, I can fill my mind with a lot of stuff that is at best trivial. Perhaps we all need to reflect on our daily intake of information and ask ourselves: ‘Does my intake of information fit the qualifications enumerated by Paul?’”

Andrew Peterson: Don’t You Want to Thank Someone

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