I have learned a lot in the months following the publication of Redemptive Divorce. While the book helps Christians end the continual destruction caused by their wayward or incorrigible spouses, we receive many letters from repentant men and women who realized too late what they had thrown away. Take, for example, this excerpt from “Tim’s” letter: I wish that you had thought to include a section directed towards the wayward spouse. Perhaps you are planning a follow-up to this effort. Either way, it is sorely needed. You see, I am that spouse. My wife filed for divorce almost 12 years … Continue reading →
A recent study published by The Journal of Adolescent Health discusses the correlation between sexually explicit websites and sexual attitudes and behaviors in teenagers. “Of the participants, 96% had Internet access, and 55.4% reported ever visiting a sexually explicit website.” Adolescents who visit these sites display higher sexual permissiveness compared with those who have never been exposed. Adolescents exposed to these sites were . . . more likely to have multiple lifetime sexual partners more likely to have had more than one sexual partner in the last 3 months more likely to have used alcohol or other substances at last … Continue reading →
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These days, the answer is simply “too long!” Fortunately, most Accountability Partners receive reports in email, so they don’t have to wait for the report to be created. However, for those who click to the Detailed Logs to investigate activity more carefully, you’re waiting for an average of 27 seconds for the log to load. For those who load Accountability Reports from the online accounts, it takes an average of 36 seconds. So, how long is acceptable? Well, our customers have been long-suffering on this issue, but based on research from 1968 and 1991 cited by Jakob Nielsen in his … Continue reading →
Covenant Eyes Podcast – Episode 26 Today on the Covenant Eyes I will be playing my interview with Pastor David Blythe of Phoenix First Assembly. David is the author of The Secret in the Pew, a book about his story of slavery to pornography and the freedom he found in Christ. Today David will talk about Some of his story of addiction and how God set him free What helpful accountability relationships look like Why he recommends accountability software to every man who struggles with looking at Internet pornography. For more information about David, pick up a copy of his … Continue reading →