Sexual Lust and Women

Sexual lust isn’t a guy’s problem only. In this frank article by Kelly Needham, she shares encouragement on how to handle this sin that embarrasses women. It begins with opening up and confessing sin. This article appeared first here at Revive Our Hearts and is used with permission. Lust, sexual fantasies, pornography, masturbation–these were all things…

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Ensnared by Lust

Julie Ganschow

Julie Ganschow

Lust and Pornography Series - Ensnared by Lust

I grew up hearing that that women do not enjoy looking at naked bodies the way men do. Yet, women are being seduced into the world of pornography. Young and old, Christian and non-Christian, married and single, women are viewing pornography in record numbers. Continue reading

Dumb Down Your Smart Phone

Deepak Reju

Deepak Reju

Lust and Pornography Series - Dumb Down Your Smart Phone

There was a time when porn was primarily a problem for desk-tops or laptops, but over the last few years, technology has expanded to a host of different mobile formats—ipods, smart-phones, tablets… So, if you are helping someone fight a porn problem, you’ve got to ask about all of their devices. Continue reading

Pornography, Radical Measures, and the Gospel

Heath Lambert

Heath Lambert

Lust and Pornography Series - Pornography, Radical Measures, and the Gospel

With regard to pornography, this means it is good for us to think about outward measures we would employ to defeat pornography. In fact, if we are serious about becoming free from pornography we must think about this. For all of us who are committed to the sufficiency of the gospel, however, we must be clear that outward measures can never change our heart. Continue reading

“What Do I Do If My Child Is Looking at Pornography?”

Sherry Allchin

Sherry Allchin

Our children are growing up in a dangerous world, and as parents we cannot always protect them. Pornography is rampant and children are exposed at earlier and earlier ages. Satan can use an “accidental find” to hook an innocent child into a lifelong addiction. So, how do we respond as a parent? Here are some steps to find constructive solutions to the problem. Continue reading