- What should a woman do if her husband’s asking her to do things in the bedroom that violate her conscience?
- If a man isn’t interested in having sex with his wife, is that an automatic indication that he’s addicted to pornography?
- If a single woman is dating, should she try to figure out whether her boyfriend’s addicted to pornography? Do single women have any hope of getting pure men?
- How can we as women help men with this struggle?
I love Tim and Aileen’s hopeful take on this very heavy subject. (And, who doesn’t enjoy listening to Canadian accents?!)
When you’re done listening, here are some great resources for further study.
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Resources for Further Study
- Tim Challies’ book, Sexual Detox: A Guide for Guys Who are Sick of Porn. I love that this short book—although written for men—is packed with incredibly helpful info for women, too. While Tim addresses the issue head-on, the book isn’t graphic or explicit in nature. Leave a comment below by midnight, and two of you will be chosen at random to receive a free copy!
- Aileen Challies’ e-book, False Messages: A Guide for the Godly Bride. This is a great, practical resource written specifically for women on the purpose and power of sex and sexuality. I highly recommend it—it’s just 21 pages, and it won’t cost you anything to download.
- “Rebuilding After Pornography.” Hear from a couple whose marriage was rocked by pornography, and then rebuilt by God’s grace. A great four-day interview with Nancy Leigh DeMoss, and Tony and Pam Vuke . . .
- “No Longer Just a ‘Guy’s Struggle.’” Dannah Gresh, Erin Davis, and I talk in this audio blog about how pornography is no longer just a struggle for guys, but for Christian women and girls, too. Learn how you can be part of the solution in this sixteen-minute interview!
- “When His Secret Sins Break Your Heart” by Kathy Gallagher. And while you’re checking out this book, you’ll want to check out PureLifeMinistries.org and SettingCaptivesFree.com, too. These sites offers resources for those struggling with sexual addictions and support for their spouses.
- Covenant Eyes. An Internet accountability and filtering program that logs almost all Internet activity.