About the author, John Doyel

After 26 years in full time ministry John Doyel resigned his position as Senior Pastor in 2005 because of his sexual brokenness. For the past 10 years he has dedicated himself to helping men recover from sexual sin and return to God. He writes daily e-mails of encouragement to help believers recover—called 180 Recover—because we are told to encourage one another daily as long as it is called today. He also lead a recovery ministry at Vineyard Columbus called 180: Helping Sexually Broken Believers Return to God.

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Your Brain on Porn

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Watching just 5 hours of porn has been proven to significantly change people's sexual beliefs and attitudes. Find out 5 distinct ways that porn warps your brain, as well as 5 biblical ways to renew your mind and find freedom.

11 thoughts on “10 Keys to Victory Over Porn

  1. Hi, if I have CE on a phone and turn on the hotspot feature, does your software monitor all the data passed through the hotspot connection?
    Thanks!

    • Hi, Jared – I don’t know what type of phone you have, but there may be differences, depending on whether it’s Android or Apple. Can you please call customer service at 877-479-1119 and I bet someone can help.

      Chris

    • Hi, John, please call customer service at 877-479-1119 and someone would be happy to help.
      Chris

  2. If I did the inventory , could you not share with God only ? I live in Jaywick, Essex, U.K. Attend a small church with a total of three men of which at least one has the same issues . I used to attend narcotics anonymous and could possibly share with someone from there , although they have a very different view on purity . I’ve done lots of things sexually that have absolutely warped my perspective on intimacy. Please advise

  3. The article was helpful, however what I found missing is some advice on how to treat the offended person (i.e. the spouse). I believe that part of victory over this is how an offending spouse responds to the hurt and healing of the offended spouse. Can you speak to that?

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