I recently posted a blog about a brand new resource for those who feel caught in the grip of pornography: new tool kits from Freedom Begins Here. This quality DVD series teaches clear strategies for those struggling with sexual temptation to understand their needs, find inspiration to be transformed, and develop a means of personal accountability. Covenant Eyes CDs are included in every tool kit provided by Freedom Begins Here. The CD has a link that will take you to our Tools For Freedom page. Thanks to Freedom Begins Here for their help in putting together the video testimony for us!
The moment she was born Her mommy and daddy cried Taken by the wonder of life From Barbie dolls to ballet shoes From roller skates to lipstick and rouge She’s become a lady overnight Why do I see only flesh and look right past her heart I try to tell myself I can’t help what I feel – then I remember She’s somebody’s daughter – “Somebody’s Daughter” Several years ago award winning songwriters John Mandeville and Steve Siler wrote these words. John’s pornography addiction had just come to the surface, and he had just attended a meeting for sex addicts. … Continue reading →
Special thanks to Steve Siler of Music For the Soul and John Mandeville for giving us permission to post this track from their CD project: Somebody’s Daughter: Confronting the Lies of Pornography.
To be a Christian is to believe this: God has ratified a New Covenant through the death of Jesus on the cross. One of the great promises to us who believe is that we have a personal, spiritual union with the perfect Messiah Jesus, thus making us partakers of His divine nature (2 Peter 1:3-4). Jesus’ union with the sinner brought the wrath of God upon Him, and our union with Him brings God’s favor, His smile, upon us. This concept of “Christ in us” is the great mystery that Paul preached with a power and passion that defied human … Continue reading →
– – – – The One Who Bears God’s Wrath Jesus died for our sins. As Christians we know this. We repeat this truth to each other each time we partake of our communion and Eucharist elements. We fix large crosses to our buildings to remind us of this central truth. But it’s in fixing our hearts and minds on this truth that sets the heart free. More happened on the cross than merely the physical pain and the utter social humiliation.