“We’re like the first generation to have what we have, so there’s no one before us that can…guide us.” – Winnifred, 13 years old Sexy Baby, a documentary about modern culture’s ability to shape and impact a societal worldview, is a fascinating film. The subject matter follows three women with no relation to each other by finely presenting how living in a sex-saturated culture and the Internet age plays a role in molding the views of various age groups in regards to sexuality, attractiveness, self-image, and monogamous relationships (or lack there of). Seen from the eyes of Winnifred, a 13 year old … Continue reading →
Episode 147 Josh McDowell has spent over 50 years traveling the globe to tell the message of Jesus Christ. Josh has delivered more than 27,000 talks to over 25 million people in 125 different countries. He is the author or co-author of more than 140 books, many dealing with Christian apologetics. In light of Josh’s upcoming Set Free summit, we talk with Josh today about why he is so passionate about teaching others about the dangers of pornography and what parents can do to train their kids to embrace godly sexuality. Show Notes: 0:58 – Snapshot of Josh McDowell’s ministry and life 4:04 – Why, … Continue reading →
We hear it a lot. A husband and wife are trying to recover and rebuild trust after his porn use has been discovered. But they’re both new to this whole Internet accountability concept, and they both want to know: What’s reported? What isn’t? What should we watch for on the Accountability Reports? And, perhaps most importantly, wives want to know: What are the loopholes? How can I be absolutely sure he’s not looking for porn? Technology changes fast. Apps and websites can change, add, or remove functions in just a matter of days. Their popularity cycles as well. Right now, for example, … Continue reading →
One of the most helpful explanations I’ve heard about pornography addiction is Dr. Kevin Skinner’s “activation sequence.” In this video I explain what the sequence is and why it is important for those who struggle with porn to create their own “deactivation sequence.” Pick up a copy of Dr. Skinner’s Treating Pornography Addiction.
My story begins with the innocence of youth—on a hot summer day, three boys out riding bikes in the forest behind the barber shop owned by the dad of two of those boys. We were about 12 years old and were more at home exploring on our bikes than doing anything else. While riding on a trail we had not yet explored, we came upon a stack of magazines in the middle of the forest—not just any magazines though; these were magazines with naked girls in them. We were awestruck. We had never seen anything like what was in those magazines; … Continue reading →