Breaking Free has recently published its 100th post.
Sometimes blogs will create a list of some of their most read blog posts. In celebration of this milestone, I wanted to put together a “Top 10” list from our blog.
1. Husbands Who Watch Porn – What are their wives saying? – This post, by far, as received the most traffic. I wrote it after my wife read several comments online from women who were struggling with their husbands watching pornography. I really appreciate the comments we’ve received on this post as well.
2. X3Watch and Covenant Eyes – What are the key differences? – X3Watch is another brand of accountability software.
3. Why Some Christians Dislike Covenant Eyes – This was one of my first posts. I wrote it in response to a number of Christian bloggers who expressed a disdain for or distrust of accountability software.
4. Pastor and Recovering Porn Addict Tells His Story – This post is about Tal Prince, a long-time Covenant Eyes member and pastor of Tapestry of Hope, a church in Birmingham. I was really encouraged by his story and I hope our readers are as well.
5. Why Accountability? – This is first in a series of four posts. I wrote this series after reading a number of comments online from Christians who, in my opinion, did not see the value of accountability in the church or simply misunderstood it.
6. A Message for Those Struggling with Pornography – This is the first in a series of blog posts written for the weekend of Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday. As a Christian, I firmly believe that the more we come to understand the message of the cross, the more our mind is equipped to say no to temptation.
7. How a Porn Addict Found Hope Between the Altar and the Door – This was a very personal post for me, written after reflecting on circumstances of this past year in my life that have been instrumental in bringing me out of pornography addiction.
8. Brain Chemicals, Kirk Franklin, and Walking Trees – This was a personal post about my reflections on the process of being set free from sin: why does Jesus heal me progressively and not all at once?
9. Feminist Appeal – Comments about “The Porn Myth” – This was my response to an article by feminist author, Naomi Wolf. I found her treatment of the cultural and psychological effects of pornography to be most refreshing.
10. Music for the Porn Addict’s Soul – This was a post about the CD project, Somebody’s Daughter: Confronting the Lies of Pornography. Many thanks to Steve Siler for talking to me on the phone about the project and the ways it has helped thousands people.