The Story of Porn

I found this little gem today while taking a small break at work today. I love how she uses porn as the other “wife” in this. Sadly many of you women know that a man, who has an addiction, has two wives….his real physical loving wife and the addiction…whether it it be porn, drugs or alcohol.

Our Little Slice of Haven

Pornography is an addictive drug. It is used to cope with the stressors of life in an unhealthy way. It releases those “feel good” chemicals into the brain, just like drugs and alcohol do; they induce pleasure automatically, which makes it addictive in nature. When we pair a naturally addictive substance with a way to escape our problems and insecurities, it becomes crippling. To make matters worse, often times pornography exposure first happens in adolescence, a time when we have weak self control and too often feel embarrassed to reach out for help. 

These boys grow into men, and by this point they have formed a deep-rooted “connection” with porn. It has become their best friend, it has been there with them through the awkward middle school phase, their parent’s divorce, and their first break up. Porn has been there to chase the pain away and make everything stop…

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Pornography Is Just What Men Do…NOT!

Watching pornography is NOT just what men do! It is not burned into our DNA. It a result of things happening in a man's life, for most of us it happens at a young age unfortunately. We see something we should not have seen. Or something happens that should not have happened in a "perfect"… Continue reading Pornography Is Just What Men Do…NOT!

Redefining Addiction to Pornography — Paul Tautges

I really thought this was a unique way of looking or rather defining addiction in a Biblical term.

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Christians are in a dangerous predicament today: we do not know where to look in God’s word for the solutions to our problems. So writes, Rachel Coyle in HELP! She’s Struggling with Pornography. She continues, “this is often because we use non-biblical words to describe problems and struggles. It is not wrong or sinful to use words such as addiction, but it does pose some potential problems. When we do not use biblical terms to define our struggles, it is easy to think the Bible is not adequate to address all the problems of life. We find ourselves turning elsewhere for solutions to sin. Let’s get back to the Bible and develop the skill of biblically defining the problems with which we struggle. Identify the biblical terms that describe sexual addiction in the following passages:

For just as you presented your members as slaves to impurity and to…

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1,000 Posts

With the Movie Night: Facing The Giants I hit the 1,000 post mark 😮😮😮 What the heck! I wasn't keeping count. I had no idea that this many posts have been written and shared with you all on so many topics. It took six years to hit this crazy milestone! What a journey! I can… Continue reading 1,000 Posts

My Post Pics For April 2019

This is getting harder and harder! There are so many awesome posts out there it really is getting hard to chose which ones touch me the most. But, I have chosen a few for you... Guys, if you have not stopped by Claudia's blog Between the Lines you are truly missing out. She has some… Continue reading My Post Pics For April 2019