About the author, Rick Thomas

Rick Thomas

Rick Thomas is the Founder and President of The Counseling Solutions Group, Inc. in upstate South Carolina. Rick has a BA in Theology, a BS in Education, and an MA in Counseling from The Master's Seminary. In 2006 he became a Fellow with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors, for whom he now supervises potential counselor candidates. Along with his counselor training he is a Professional Counselor and Personal Coach. Rick primarily blogs at RickThomas.net.

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2 thoughts on “My Husband Watches Child Pornography

    • Hi Audrey. I’m so sorry to hear that you’re in this sad and difficult position. My advice? Get in contact with local law enforcement and explain the situation to them.

      I realize this may be a hard step to take, and I realize it will have serious implications for your life, but I think it’s the right one. Here’s why.


      And when children are being abused, we have the highest possible moral responsibility to step forward and care for those who cannot care for themselves. Jesus, I believe, was very clear in stating that a person might as well tie a millstone to their neck and jump into the deepest part of the sea before harming a child.

      I wish I had a more comfortable answer for you, but I believe this with all my heart: ABUSE OF A CHILD MUST BE REPORTED TO LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT IMMEDIATELY.

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