Thanks to Lance for his candor and honesty. Thanks also to Freedom Begins Here for putting this video together for us. We’re grateful for the work you do. A lot of people do not want to take the step Lance did—getting accountability software on their computers and other devices. For some, that’s too radical a step to take. But for others accountability software makes all the sense in the world. 10 Reasons People Love Internet Accountability 1. It’s a Constant Reminder to Think Twice Before Clicking When you know others will receive an e-mailed report of every questionable place you go online, it … Continue reading →
The American Family Association of Indiana (AFAIN) has been splashing these billboards throughout their state: AFAIN Executive Director Micah Clark comments, “Men may not see it this way, but women I’ve talked to who have been victims of pornography very much see their husband’s or their boyfriend’s use of pornography like a virtual adultery.” We’ve received similar comments from many of our blog readers. The billboards have caught the attention of Indiana media. In addition, AFAIN has set up a simple website with links to helpful articles and resources for married couples.
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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