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Single Women Battling Pornography: Win a Free Book Bundle

Last Updated: February 20, 2014

Luke Gilkerson

Luke Gilkerson has a BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies and an MA in Religion. He is the author of Coming Clean: Overcoming Lust Through Biblical Accountability and The Talk: 7 Lessons to Introduce Your Child to Biblical Sexuality. Luke and his wife Trisha blog at IntoxicatedOnLife.com

If there ever was a time when struggling with pornography was an exclusively male problem, those days are long gone. According to the most recent statistics

  • More than six in 10 women see pornography online before they turn 18 years old.
  • Among young women today, nearly one in five spend time online every week for sexual purposes.

The time has never been greater for godly, wise counsel geared towards women facing sexually brokenness.

Single Women Purity Pack

This week we are giving away a bundle of books especially for single women who are fighting sexual temptations. The fine people at New Growth Press are giving this bundle of books away to one of our readers. Plus, Crystal Renaud of WHOLE Women Ministries has added her book to the mix.

This bundle of books is valued at $36.84. Enter below to win! Enter as many times as you can to up your chances of winning.

Book Bundle for Single Women:

  • Sexual Sanity for Women: Healing from Sexual and Relational Brokenness — This is a guide meant especially for a group of women to go through together. The content is thorough and hope-filled, walking a woman through the healing process from the inside out through the power of the gospel.
  • Dirty Girls Come Clean — In this book Crystal Renaud recounts her own addiction to pornography, starting at the age of 10, and the dark path she took before finally entering a process of confession, accountability, and freedom.
  • Sex and the Single Girl: Smart Ways to Care for Your Heart — This mini-book is for those who don’t want to experience the brokenness that comes from this world’s definition of “sexual freedom.” The book walks women to the One who can guard your heart like no one else.
  • Sexual Addiction: Freedom from Compulsive Behavior — For the women who feel trapped and out of control, this mini-book helps men and women understand the often slow process of redemption and how the Holy Spirit inspires repentance and new obedience.
  • Single and Lonely: Finding the Intimacy You Desire — Often one of the triggers for sexual temptation is loneliness. This mini-book helps women to find real intimacy with Christ in a way that goes beyond cliches. Empowered by God, women can truly live, not out of a mode of loneliness, but out of genuine love for others.
  • What’s Wrong with a Little Porn When You’re Single? — Why avoid porn in the first place? When you’re single, what’s the harm? This mini-book demonstrates how porn isolates singles from healthy relationships, sabotages future marriages, and can lead to sexual addiction. It also outlines how the hope of the gospel gives freedom to those who are trapped.

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  • Comments on: Single Women Battling Pornography: Win a Free Book Bundle
    1. JB on

      My small group girls at church have been instrumental in my recovery. Still on the road, but being open and honest with them has been key!

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    2. Elizabeth on

      Several years ago, a group of women at my church started a ministry called “For Girls Only” to help women dealing with areas of sexual sin. We had regular meetings for awhile and that support system was invaluable to me. Sadly, the group fizzled out after a year or so.

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    3. BekahS on

      A dear friend of mine, I will call her Joy (not her real name). I haven’t struggled so much myself in this area as much as desiring real intimacy while remaining pure and single.

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    4. Debbie Doyle on

      Thankful for the resources available today!

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    5. Allison on

      Ellen Dykas of Harvest USA has been the woman with the most influence when it comes to my struggle with sexual sins. She has never judged me or added to my guilt or shame. Instead, she brings the truth and light of the gospel to a very dark place.

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    6. wendy on

      a camp counselor i was able to talk to

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    7. Daniela Chamorro Handal on

      The only woman that has ever helped me with this struggle is Our Lady because I really think that she’s the only one I have ever openned my heart truthfully.

      The other one is my best friend Maria Esther who has never patronized me for who I am and what i’ve done and i’m really thankful for that.

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    8. Haley on

      I’m so appreciative of the great resources Covenant Eyes has introduced me to dealing with these issues.

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      • Haley on

        Oops, I commented before I read what I was supposed to say. Ellen Dykas came to our church with Harvest USA. It was wonderful to hear such a different perspective on sexuality and response to sexual brokenness than what you typically see today.

    9. Marie on

      It’s good to have accountability partners

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    10. Linda Sidowski on

      I work with women at a non-profit and these books would be an amazing asset to the ministry!

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    11. Anita on

      I’m also very appreciative of the great resources Covenant Eyes has brought to the table. I first met with my-now-accountability partner, Connie, in 2004, and we’ve been grappling with and fighting this battle from the beginning. And, with the Jesus leading the way, I’ve been able to overcome!

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    12. Eric on

      My wife has been a consistent source grace prayer and truth for me.

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    13. B on

      My accountability group has been instrumental in interceding in praying and spoken truth in love to me.

      Reply
    14. brady on

      god needs to continue to guide me on the right path of purity

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    15. Jennifer on

      My Celebrate Recovery Sponsor has been instrumental in maintaining purity, abstinence. Working directly with other women who struggle also helps so much to keep me accountable. Jesus’ helps me every day and in every way.

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    16. Laura on

      Thanks for the great resources!

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      • Laura on

        My CR accountability partners have helped me stay on track and keep my focus on God!

    17. Emily on

      a biblical counselor I met with for a while–she allowed me to tell her exactly what was going on (instead of refusing to discuss something so shameful and taboo) and helped me look at the issue from a biblical perspective. She walked with me before the throne of God–for that I am very thankful!

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    18. Abbie Wilson on

      the woman most instrumental in my struggle has been my mama and my friend from work…both so amazing and loving and supportive and nonjudgemental. :)

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    19. Ruby on

      I have actually not had many women in my life who have really pushed me towards sexual purity. Every day I learn more and hope to grow to be a young woman who can inspire others to purity.

      Reply
    20. N on

      My online friends. A single mother and her daughter

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    21. Joanna on

      A friends mom, a counselor, and my best friends at college

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    22. kjerstine on

      Friends that I can count on and trust. Being open and honest with others

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    23. Luke Gilkerson on

      A winner has been chosen! Thanks to all who entered!

      Reply
    24. B on

      Love the TRUTH and opportunity these books will provide!

      Reply

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