Covenant Eyes staff gathered to pray outside their headquarters during the National Day of Prayer. We prayed for our nation and our world, and specifically for the people that we have been able to help through our accountability software. Here are some video highlights from our prayer time. Enjoy! For more info on how to pray for the the rise of pornography in the nation, read our post, “The National Day of Prayer . . . For Porn.”
About 8 years ago Project 86 released the song PS on their album Drawing Black Lines. According to my sources, PS stands for “Porn Song,” and gives a candid look at someone caught in their addiction. I’ve posted the lyrics below, and for your listening pleasure, a Youtube video featuring the song. Enjoy! For more info about Project 86 visit their website.
In Michael Leahy’s presentation, “Porn Nation: The Naked Truth,” he told students at the University of New Hampshire, “Porn is the 800-pound gorilla in the room that nobody’s talking about. I want everyone to see the truth of what’s going on.” Let’s continue our look at how some University students have critiqued Michael Leahy’s controversial “Porn Nation” talk. As always, I’d love to hear anyone else’s comments.
Penns Valley Community Church is getting serious about helping men and families find accountability when surfing the Internet. The elders at Penns Valley announced they will subsidize the cost of a subscription for anyone at their church wanting to have Covenant Eyes accountability software on their computer. Penns Valley wants to take away any obstacle or excuse that someone might have against getting accountability software. Ryan Booz, the director of Penns Valley Men’s Ministry gave a stirring testimony at the church in April. He told the story of past pornography addiction and how it almost cost him his marriage. You … Continue reading →
As well-attended as Michael Leahy’s “Porn Nation” campus presentations have been, not everyone agrees with Leahy’s message (argumentative college students, imagine that). I thought I would give some highlights for our readers about specific rebuttals Leahy has received (as well as toss in my own two cents as a former campus minister). Of course I can’t defend Leahy on everything. While I have read his testimony and seen video footage of his talks, I can’t presume that Leahy has done and said everything “right” on every campus. But I deeply respect Leahy’s perspective and his bravery. I hope that he gets the … Continue reading →