You Are Not Broken….You Are Beautiful

Man, I truly got my heart broken the other day. And it is not in any way you would probably think. Well....I don't know...maybe it is what you think but not how and why. It was a woman, yes. Here is the deal and IT IS A BIG DEAL. Guys if you are reading this… Continue reading You Are Not Broken….You Are Beautiful

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Sunday Music: Sharon Batts | Dear Mr. Jesus

https://youtu.be/-a5HJ3DFEyQ 1986... The year I graduated high school... The year my family feel apart... The year I learned what a broken heart felt like when my first real girlfriend broke up with me... The year of the power ballads... The year the biggest songs on the radio were referencing God... Our local radio station had… Continue reading Sunday Music: Sharon Batts | Dear Mr. Jesus

It’s a Slow Fade

The first time I heard this song I bawled my eyes out. I actually pulled over to the side of the road as I just could not concentrate. The lyrics just hit me in the gut. I am an ex-porn addict that started way too young. Be careful little eyes what you see. It's the… Continue reading It’s a Slow Fade

Don’t Give Up Because Of Lost Time

There is something I have learned in the six months or so since returning to Celebrate Recovery...besides the fact that I still need it. Here it is...there are men and women, dads and moms that feel as if they have let their children down. And in a lot of ways. And I am one of… Continue reading Don’t Give Up Because Of Lost Time

Day 23 Of Inspiration: We Are His Children

The Impact of Pornography on Children

This  is just too full of information not to share. Filled with stats and references. The Impact of Pornography on Children American College of Pediatricians – October 2015 ABSTRACT:  The availability and use of pornography has become almost ubiquitous among adults and adolescents.  Consumption of pornography is associated with many negative emotional, psychological, and physical health… Continue reading The Impact of Pornography on Children

An Investment For A Lifetime

As adults, we have a tendency to say no to our kids. Many of these are warranted when they ask for something they do not need or when they want to do something that we believe may harm them. But what about the simple things? For that question, I am not necessarily asking it in… Continue reading An Investment For A Lifetime