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Is Pornography Really A Problem?

Consider the following survey statistics on pornography use by the Barna Group conducted in the U.S. in 2014 and 2016:
  • 49-79% of men 18-68 years old say they view pornography at least once a month.
  • 76% of women 18-30 years say they view pornography at least once a month.
  • 55% of married men say they watch porn at least once a month, which increases to 70% when unmarried.
  • 25% of married women say they watch porn at least once a month.

Another survey by the Barna Group in 2016, revealed the following cultural perceptions about porn:

  • 90% of teens and 96% of young adults are either encouraging, accepting, or neutral when they talk about porn with their friends.
  • Just 55% of adults 25 and older believe porn is wrong.
  • Only 43% of teens believe porn is bad for society, 31% of young adults 18-24, 51% of millennials, 44% Gen-Xers, 59% of Boomers.

Jesus Says...

"But I say to you that everyone who looks at a woman with lustful intent has already committed adultery with her in his heart. If your right eye causes you to sin, tear it out and throw it away. For it is better that you lose one of your members than that your whole body be thrown into hell." (Matthew 5:28–29 ESV)

Help for your fight against pornography addiction.

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Your Brain on Porn

5 Proven Ways Pornography Warps Your Mind and 3 Biblical Ways to Renew It

Our culture is highly sexualized, and in many cases pornography use is actually glorified. But research shows that pornography use actually changes the way you think. Download this ebook to learn the five proven ways pornography warps your brain, and three biblical ways to renew your mind.

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The Porn Circuit

Understand Your Brain and Break Porn Habits in 90 Days

Science shows us that acting out with pornography taps into our powerful neurochemistry, and this can quickly lead a person to use porn habitually. The good news is that the brain has a lifelong ability to wire and rewire itself. Discover why people become obsessed with pornography, and how to break the cycle of porn use.

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Transformed by Beauty

Beauty can change your life. It can heal you from the wounds of pornography and help you have a redeemed vision and sacramental approach to sexuality.

In this ebook, you’ll meet a priest, a musician, a ballerina, and a bodybuilder who all have one thing in common: They found freedom, healing, and peace because they encountered the beauty of a transcendent God.

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More Than Single

Finding Purpose Beyond Porn

When you find yourself “stuck” in singleness, waiting to move on to the next phase of life, it can feel incredibly frustrating. Many people believe they have no recourse other than turning to porn. In this book for singles, learn how to discover freedom from porn and joy in singleness.



Help for couples who are wounded from the sin of pornography.

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Porn and Your Husband

A Recovery Guide for Wives

A wife who has just discovered her husband’s porn use may wonder if she did something wrong, or why she didn’t notice the signs earlier, or whether she will ever be able to trust him again. This free ebook answers some of the common questions about pornography use and offers practical strategies for healing the marriage.

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Hope After Porn

4 Women Share Their Stories of Heartbreak…and How Their Marriages Were Saved

Discovering her husband uses porn may be one of the most emotionally devastating experiences of a wife’s life. In this ebook, four women share their stories of heartbreak because of their husbands’ betrayal, and how they found reconciliation and restoration in spite of it.



Help for families wanting to partner in the war for purity.

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Raising Godly Digital Natives

Equipped is short enough to read while waiting for your son’s orthodontist visit to finish, but full of our best tips for helping you guide your children through a pornified world. In this ebook, we will show parents how to have honest conversations about self-image, sexuality, sin, and shame, provide proven methods for training our children how to be media literate, and more.



Helping Parents Navigate Online Exposure

When a parent discovers her child or teenager has been looking at pornography, it can be alarming, hurtful, even frightening. In the confusion of the moment, it is important for parents to understand that these are not uncharted waters. This ebook provides a full step-by-step guide for parents.