It started with a trip to a walk-in clinic. Then there was the phone call, "You need to come to the hospital right now." Then came the diagnosis: "We think you have leukemia." This is Mike's story.
We've all got issues.
How do you medicate your pain?
There was a battle raging between pornography and I, and I was not winning. I was becoming a slave to my addictions.
The freed in Christ can be bound by old chains.
“I can quit anytime I want.” Have you ever heard someone say those words? For many people, the problem is not so much “quitting” an addictive habit as it is staying the course. Here's what works for me one day at a time.
Even casual use of pornography can wreak havoc. Porn may be becoming more and more "acceptable" culturally, but that doesn't mean we have to accept it personally and let it leave our self-esteem and relationships in ruins.
We have all felt the desire to do something against God’s will in our search for happiness, only to realize that happiness was fleeting.
Porn is fun, harmless, and satisfying. Or so they say. In fact, it's anything but.
Always being connected is a good way to become disconnected from the Creator.