David Powlison is an author and teacher whose insights continue to amaze me. As a Biblical counselor, he is not content to scratch the surface: he wants to help Christians dig deep into their souls and find the root of the sins that so easily beset them. Powlison’s article, “Sexual Sin and the Wider, Deeper Battle,” is an excellent article for those who struggle with pornography temptations or any other habitual sexual sin. Powlison ties rich theological ideas in with years of counseling experience in this area. I wholeheartedly recommend reading this. If you enjoy this, you may also like … Continue reading →
Recently we received a comment from a Linux user who wanted to know why we have not developed Covenant Eyes accountability software for Linux operating systems. (To fully appreciate the force of his complaint, you can read his reply on one of our posts.) I’ve pasted my full message to him below. I would love to hear feedback about this, especially from any Linux users who would care to comment. We invite the dialogue.
Women who struggle with pornography temptations may want to listen to Crystal Renaud’s message she delivered at Church! at Bethany. Crystal is refreshingly candid and straightforward in this “PG-13” message. You may also read up on what she’s doing on her blog, or take a survey at her new website, which is dedicated to this topic.
The Marmot Day celebration here at Covenant Eyes is becoming a major community event in Owosso, Michigan. If you haven’t read about it yet, please visit our website at MarmotDay.com! It will be fun, and you are welcome to join us July 27. Also, be sure to enter the video contest ($1000 prize) and joke contest ($50 prize).
The following is an interview with consultant psychiatrist, Dr. Samir Parikh, MBBS, DPM, MD. Dr. Parikh did his graduate and post-graduate work at Civil hospital in Ahmedabad. He is an international speaker and is one of the leading academic experts in the field of mental health. He serves as the Chief of the Department of Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences at Max Healthcare. . . . . Dr. Parikh, have you personally counseled people with problems resulting from viewing pornography? Do you know other psychiatrists who have? People coming to us with problems associated with pornography have grown in numbers, … Continue reading →