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.

CovenantEyes | The Two Most Important Questions to Ask If You Have a Setback

“Setbacks remind you that you can’t win on your own. You need both God and helpful encouragement and accountability from a fellow Proven Man. Setbacks also cause you to examine other areas of your life that contribute to the problem. Without setbacks, you may continue to ignore selfishness or pride in your life that spurs you to lust or be lazy in guarding your eyes and hearts.”

Christianity Today | What Can the Church Learn about Sexual Harassment, Accusations, & Transparency from the Bill O’Reilly Debacle?

“When accusations are made, we need to take them seriously. And we need to respond in a way that affirms the value of women in our personal and organizational lives. There is a middle ground between unchecked acceptance of an accusation and unchecked dismissal. It’s called investigation.”

Matt Capps | There Are Three Kinds Of Men

“And because there are three classes, any merely twofold division of the world into good and bad is disastrous. It overlooks the fact that the members of the second class (to which most of us belong) are always and necessarily unhappy.”

Wm. Paul Young | Finding Life in Losing Control

“Like all relationships we always find ourselves, in one aspect or another, being out of control. In some instances we fight aggressively to gain control. We’ll go to all kinds of lengths to get it, even if it means breaking the spirit of those we love.”

Christianity Today | What the Church Says to Terrible People

“But Taylor questions whether this source of moral energy is really enough to sustain our universal ‘benevolence.’ After all, Taylor notes, ‘never before have people been asked to stretch out so far…as a matter of course, to the stranger outside the gates.’ In the long-term, without the fundamental energy of the gospel, what would broadly fuel these measures? The answer is shame.”

Heath McNease, JGivens, & Propaganda | Believe

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