A Missionary’s Journey Through Pornography

This testimony I am about to share with you is from Hugh Houston. He is a new friend who reached out to me wanting to help on my Facebook page and the men's group. I truly appreciate his help already. I have made him an administrator on both sites. Hugh has a blog site entitled… Continue reading A Missionary’s Journey Through Pornography

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Seven Years

I went to Celebrate Recovery tonight. My son, Brandon wanted to go and since I've missed a few weeks I agreed 🙂 I always love the warm welcoming hugs! And well...it was chip night. After giving the opening prayer and greeting I realized that February marks the month I surrendered my porn addiction to God.… Continue reading Seven Years

Remembering My Journey: A Facebook Memory From 5 Years Ago

While leading our 12 Step Study last night for Richland Celebrate Recovery several things finally made sense as they came to me while reading the opening scriptures. The first one is the power that resides in us. We have a major power source that we never truly tap into. And the reason is we are… Continue reading Remembering My Journey: A Facebook Memory From 5 Years Ago

V Is For Victory

Here we are again. The letter that started the alphabet post series. What was done by accident has turned into something...well...fun and unique. Sadly, we are only a few letters away from the end 😦 Victory for those encaged and bound to a lifestyle of sin is unimaginable. I've been in those shoes. I've sat… Continue reading V Is For Victory

Alice Taylor’s Story

Ladies, if any of you struggle with porn and masturbation please know you are not alone. There is help! Please use the resource sited at the bottom of the original post.

Hi, my name is Alice and I used to struggle with pornography and masturbation.

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What caused your struggle?

 I can identify a number of factors and events which contributed to my gradual descent into the world of pornography. It occurred over many years, beginning when I was just twelve.

I was incredibly sheltered as a child. My parents didn’t talk about sex, let alone pornography. They believed I didn’t need to know about sex until after I was married, and any questions which related to the topic were quickly shut down. Because of this, I wasn’t given adequate education about my developing body or what would occur during puberty.

I was completely naïve, so when I began to develop an awareness of my sexuality and was randomly exposed to online pornography at twelve, I had no words for what I was seeing. I was ill-equipped to identify what I…

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