5 Reasons We Should NOT Talk About Porn in Church

5 Reasons We Should NOT Talk About Porn in Church Great article at Covenant Eyes: http://www.covenanteyes.com/2017/04/28/porn-in-church-5-reasons-to-not-talk/?idev_id=620

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Word or thought?

thought-power

“As a man thinketh, so is he.” -Proverbs 23:7 There has been much written about the the power of our words- how what we confess with our mouth shapes our future. Is it true? Where do words come from? They come from inside of us. Thoughts are bubbling up The words we speak are an…

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A Letter to my Sons about Pornography

My Dear Sons, The eye beholds much good and evil in this life. Beholding leads to becoming. What we continually put before our eyes and minds will shape and determine who we are. Images either tell the truth or lie, but they all speak. On top of this, our natural eyes are lustful things not…

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Thought Systems

thought systems

The pornographic images keep popping into your head. They replay in your mind so easily. How can a guy win this battle? There is a way. You can reprogram your thought system. Try this: don’t think about a pink elephant.   What did you think about?   (scroll down)                  …

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How can a Poodle whoop up on a Pit Bull?

The poodle that killed the pit bull

An Indian chief tells a story of a poodle and a pit bull. They don’t get along- they fight every day. The chief says the poodle can beat the pit bull and does so, often. Moreover, he can accurately predict the winner every time. What is the chief’s secret to knowing which dog will win? It…

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How to Quit Porn: by Doug Weiss, PhD

Doug Weiss, PhD

Douglas Weiss, Ph.D. is a nationally known author, speaker and licensed psychologist. He has appeared on Oprah, Dr. Phil, Good Morning America and 20/20. Read his Six Essential Steps to Quitting Porn, published by Covenant Eyes, here.        

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It’s Not About Trying Harder!

Mark Kastleman

Mark Kastleman is a pioneer in the studies of human addictions. His writings give empowering insight into the connections between our brain and our behaviors. “If you’re like virtually everyone who struggles with pornography use and other unwanted sexual behaviors, you’ve tried to overcome your addiction countless times, only to fall right back into your…

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STD City

Porn won’t give you an STD but it could lead you to one. Raymond G. Bohlin, M.S., Ph.D., Molecular Biology, writes: Today, there are approximately 25 STDs. A few can be fatal. Many women are living in fear of what their future may hold as a result of STD infection. It is estimated that 1…

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Boredom and Porn

Boredom Screwtape

“My dear Wormwood … I have always found that the trough (boring) periods of the human undulation provide excellent opportunity for all sensual temptations.” For more on this, visit this post at Covenant Eyes: http://www.covenanteyes.com/2010/06/28/when-boredom-leads-to-porn/  

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5 Brain Chemicals in a Healthy Sexual Act and How it is Different from Pornography Addiction

natural chemicals

In his book The Drug of the New Millennium, the Brain Science Behind Internet Pornography Use, Mark B. Kastleman (founder of Candeo Can recovery program) provides a very detailed description of the process that takes place inside a pornography viewer’s brain. In order to understand these processes, the author first examines how the brain is designed to work…

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