My father-in-law died last November, and his pension was supposed to continue to his wife, my mother-in-law. No checks came until January. She deposited that check, and it quickly was sent back to the bank marked in big red letters “CANCELLED” – and her account was debited that amount, and of course was thereby overdrawn, with a bunch of charges. It took a couple of weeks and several phone calls to find out (by this time it was mid-March) that they had her as being dead, too!! The Customer Service Representative who was on the line had researched it, and … Continue reading →
If you are wanting a good sermon on battling lust, go DesiringGod.org and listen to “Battling the Unbelief of Lust” by John Piper. You can also find a transcript of the message on the same web site. (Copyright 1988, John Piper. Used by permission)
A casual exploration of the Internet will show how pornography is affecting marriages across the country. It seems that many people coming from a variety of faith backgrounds are talking about how pornography is hurting relationships in their ranks, everyone from Catholics to Protestants to Jews to Muslims. Even those approaching this issue from a secular perspective acknowledge the negative effects of pornography on male sexuality, and thus on male-female relationships. Covenant Eyes has a new resource to help wives who have just discovered their husbands’ “secret sin.” Read on to find out more …
Many thanks to the men and women who responded to my blog post, Husbands Who Watch Porn. I’ve been interacting more and more with people and hearing more testimonies from couples who have experienced marital difficulties because of the problems associated with pornography use. I wanted to pass along some helpful resources for wives in this blog post.