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Pornography & Sexual Addiction
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Overview

For many in the church, lust and pornography are more than '"struggles”—they are outright addictions that enslave men and women. This Urgent Care training tool is designed to equip your church to recognize and confront sexual sin.
Use these articles to recognize the emotional wounds that make someone especially vulnerable to sexual sin. Study how to reclaim sex for its intended purpose. Consider a special ministry to the spouse of someone trapped in pornography and sexual addiction. Finally, address sexual addiction through small groups and from your church's pulpit.

This Resource contains all of the following:

A Quick Guide For Action 
Key points for caregiving ministry.

An Unwelcome Intruder 
Pornography is making itself at home in too many Christians’ lives.

Sexual Addiction Warning Signs 

Cybersex Temptation 
Porn is as close as your home computer and it’s hooking Christians.

Reclaiming a Misused Gift 
Crisis counseling for porn and sex addicts helps uncover secrets and change attitudes.

Battle Strategies 
When lust attacks, use these methods to identify it and overcome its power.

How to Start an Accountability Group 
Those who struggle with pornography can find strength from their peers.

Recovery for the Spouse 
The person living with the addict needs special care and support, too.

When Fantasy Becomes Reality 
How to escape the pain of sexual immorality.


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Topics:Accountability, Addiction, Congregational care, Counseling, Discipleship, Healing, Mentoring, Support groups
Filters:Counseling, Discipleship, Men, Mentoring, Pastoral care, Shepherd
References:Matthew 5:27-28, Colossians 3:5, Ephesians 5:11-14
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