About the author, Chris McKenna

Chris is the Covenant Eyes Educational Resource Manager. Chris has a BA in Accountancy and Spanish from Western Michigan University. After 12 years in business advising with Ernst & Young, God led Chris to a full-time student ministry role. He started protectyoungeyes.com in 2015  as a ministry to equip and educate parents and teens on the latest gadgets, apps, and how to use the Internet well, which led him to Covenant Eyes. God works in unexpected ways!

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Fight Porn in Your Church

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Christians look at porn, too. Can churches become communities where people find repentance, hope, and healing? If there ever is a time to take action, that time is now. This e-book will equip you to take action in your church.

2 thoughts on “Porn in the Church: How to Create Church Policies that Help

  1. What do you recommend when the church leader asks to have his name removed from the church roles? Can you “excommunicate” when he is no longer a member? Is that a loop hole the a Christian leader in sexual sin can use to avoid church disciple?

    • Hi, Melissa, I’m not sure. If he doesn’t want healing and is no longer serving, then I don’t think church discipline will make a difference. But, I’m sure there are a lot of details missing from the story, so I have a very limited perspective.

      Chris

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