About the author, Jeff Fisher

Jeff Fisher

Jeff Fisher and his wife Marsha live in Raleigh, North Carolina. They run PurityCoaching.com and PorntoPurity.com and have helped hundreds of sexual strugglers, spouses, and church leaders find help and resources. Jeff has podcasted for the last six years about sexual purity through his Top Tips For Sexual Purity Podcast (iTunes). Jeff can be reached at jeff@puritycoaching.com.

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6 thoughts on “Surfing For God (Book Review)

  1. Jeff,

    First thanks for all you do on behalf of every struggler. Your ministry provides such a breadth of information and resources to help so many. I’m honored by your review and appreciate the time you took to break it down in such a practical way.

    I agree with your “one caution as you read this book,” and appreciate you mentioning it. In retrospect, I would have made more direct statements about the need for community, especially since so much of the book focuses on one’s relationship with God and their own heart.

    My journey has been so fruitful because of the community that God has provided. I can’t imagine walking the path to healing alone, and would challenge any man who thinks he can go it alone. Such a position only makes the addiction flourish.

    I’m already hearing reports about how Surfing for God is opening doors of freedom and joy which have long been bolted shut. May Our Father bring a new movement of his light, love, and healing to all who struggle with lust and porn.

    Because He Restores,

    Michael John Cusick

  2. It is almost doesn’t need to be stated but it cannot be overlooked; the necessity of brazen openness, first to oneself then to others as The Lord leads you. But it was first built upon intimacy and solitude that the ministries of David, Moses, Elijah, Jeremiah, daniel, Joseph Paul and ultimately, Jesus, where the power first began to flow, the alone times. If anyone ever felt more of solitude than anyone would be Jesus, you can give what you don’t have, from a place you have never been….. Let us first learn what it means to walk alone with God first before we serve those around us, then we will naturally know the proper position with which to serve.

  3. This is a GREAT book. The author is a great story teller and draws you in to each section. Some sections drag a bit and there is a little bit of illogical placement of some of the sections where he is trying to tie things together and it’s confusing, but if you stick with it, the overall book is very enriching and seeks to heal your heart and soul, and the very roots of your problems. BUY IT, AT ALL COSTS…


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