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 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: God Has Changed You And is Changing You

“Would you be more likely to say ‘God is changing me’ or ‘God has changed me’? Many Christians are comfortable saying the former, but some of us might hesitate to say the latter: ‘God has changed me.’ We are much more likely to say, ‘I have a lot more changing to do. I’m a work in progress. I haven’t yet arrived.’”

XXXChurch: 5 Things You May Not Know About Boundaries

“Boundaries are a good and healthy way to help families function – why would limiting access to pornography be any different? We set up boundaries to help keep porn out of our home. We have internet filters and accountability software, we screen our movies ahead of time, we keep our computers out in the open, and we don’t allow our children on the internet unsupervised.”

Christians in Context: All the Law and the Prophets…in a Piece of Fruit

“We’re all familiar with the story. In fact, if you grew up in the church, you’re probably so familiar with the story that there’s no surprise, no suspense left in it. But Genesis 3 is an epic drama. The fate of the entire human race hanging in the balance as good and evil are paraded across this cosmic stage. It was Shakespearean before Shakespearean was cool.”

Covenant Eyes: Building Trust Despite His Relapses—Hope for Wives of Porn Addicts

“This is a story I hear a lot from women: ‘My husband just can’t seem to kick the habit. We’ve been in this fight for years now. Whenever he gets caught, he seems to feel really badly about it. He’ll do all the right things. He seems really open about it. He’ll confess to me and others, he’ll block all the sites he’s used, he’ll go to counseling. But a few weeks or months later, he’s back in it again. I just don’t know what to do any more.’”

Imagine Dragons: Demons

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