Thoughts on Porn

Why We Do What We Do

Pornography blocks couples from experiencing heavenly intimacy. It teaches us that we are merely body parts, meant to be used for self-centered pleasure. This twisted perspective has left many people confused about sex.

We believe sex is meant to be a divine experience. Unfortunately many of us experience shame, confusion, and secrecy in this area of our lives. A big part of this has to do with porn and its effects. 

It’s time to change the narrative about porn and bring a fresh perspective for people of all ages to experience freedom.

Porn Kills Our Ideals

Porn offers us intoxicating pleasure, endless novelty, an escape from reality… but at what cost? 

The price is losing a piece of ourselves, our identity, our worth. We are forced to forego the thing that makes life meaningful: our ideals.

What have we said about porn?

We have a podcast where we share about all things related to living a life free of porn, masturbation, and other influences. There we discuss how we can experience trust and intimacy with those in our lives, especially with our spouse. Here are some episodes that directly address our stance on porn.

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#2 – Thoughts on Pornography

This episode’s topic is pornography. It offers perspectives on what can lie beyond porn addiction… “How can you actually create a life according to your own standards and stop settling for any false substitutes?”

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Click here to see all of the episodes in the Love, Life, Legacy Podcast:

Starting the Recovery Process

Chances are you have tried to leave your porn habit a long time ago. The nature of this addiction is that it keeps us isolated, withdrawn from the people who love us. The truth is we need people! We need community because it is only there that addiction dies…

The Ascend Program

Ascend is a 12-week small group program designed to help you overcome porn and develop your sexual integrity with a supportive community.  The groups are run by trained facilitators and follow a curriculum outlining the important aspects of recovery.

This program runs four times a year. Click the button below to learn more about it and sign up!

Articles about Breaking Free of Porn

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Lies About Porn

“Viewing porn every now and then is not a problem.”

“There is no harm in watching porn.”

“Porn and sex are the same.” 

Support for Spouses

The reality of porn is that it is not a harmless activity. Those around us, especially the ones closest to us, can be impacted by the choices we make. If you are a spouse of someone struggling with porn we have a few resources we’d like to offer you.