Check out this short interview of our friend, Jarrod Jones, on the 700 Club. He talks about his free e-book, 13 Ways to Ruin Your Life. Great book about breaking free from lust.
Covenant Eyes Podcast – Episode 25 Today we’ll be playing our interview with Steve Wright, the author of reThink. He is also the administrator of LastingDivergence, a blog and social network built around encouraging families, parents, and church leadership to disciple the next generation. Steve will talk about why most program-led, attractional youth ministry models don’t produce lasting disciples. He will also talk directly to parents and church leaders about how a biblical model of youth ministry can provide a healthy context for kids and teens to maintain sexual purity.
This is truly an amazing story of God’s redeeming power. If you are a spouse who has seen or is seeing the devastating effects of pornography or infidelity in your marriage, take the next 15 minutes and watch this. You can learn more about Traylor and Melody Lovvorn from Tray’s blog, “Reflections of a Ragamuffin.” There you can read part 1, part 2, and part 3 of their story. You can also read the wedding transcript from their 2nd ceremony. Find out more about Tray’s church, Oak Mountain, on their website.
Recently we received a comment from a woman whose husband uses pornography. She wrote: Does anyone know of any resources on dealing with the lies and manipulation around this issue? My husband and I have been married for over 4 years, and he has struggled with this for more than 10 years. After catching him countless times and going to counselor after counselor, he manipulates most of them (including the current one), insisting that it really isn’t a problem, that I am “crazy” for the pain and anger I feel, and that since he apologized before (though he continued to … Continue reading →
I recently read an article by Christian counselor David Powlison about writing a personal liturgy to recite when we are entrenched in deep feelings of shame, guilt, and regret. He encourages people to tailor a liturgy for themselves based on their personal struggles with sin and then recite it in a time of meditation and prayer. Many people in modern churches may not know about (or might have an aversion to) liturgy. The word “liturgy” refers to a prescribed or customary repertoire of phrases, ideas, and rites used in public worship. Some churches would call themselves liturgical. Others would describe … Continue reading →