This year on the Covenant Eyes blog we published more than 180 articles, but these five made the biggest splash.
by Nate Larkin
Mega-church pastor Bob Coy was fired from his church for “moral failings.” I know the issue is Bob’s sin, but I still can’t help feeling a measure of responsibility. I keep wondering what might have happened if I had only summoned the nerve, 29 years ago, to share my own struggle with my good friend.
by Ron DeHaas
Children are becoming more and more aware of sex from unwanted sources. Did you know 51% of boys and 32% of girls see porn before their teenage years? So, use these elementary school years to talk to your kids about God’s plan for sexuality. Do it before the world does and when their minds are ripe to absorb it.
by Laura Booz
When my husband answered the phone, I simply said, “You need to stop looking at pornography.” I knew that he could hear the finality in my voice; I knew that somehow, he got the message that I would not fight this losing battle anymore. The pattern had always been the same: when I initiated a solution, he never followed through. This time, he had to figure something out for himself.
by Luke Gilkerson
Over a decade ago, scientists theorized that the brain might be damaged while watching porn, speculating that future brain studies would reveal that the surge of neurochemicals and hormones released when someone watches porn has measurably negative effects on the brain. Recent studies have now validated this theory.
by Ella Hutchinson
One way you can make your relationship with your wife go a little more smoothly is to keep her informed of what your porn addiction recovery looks like and even allow her to be involved. Put yourself in her shoes. Her world has been turned upside down. Does she deserve to be told to butt out and wait for you to be ready to be there for her? Of course not. But chances are that is what has happened.