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The Porn Event

thepornevent.com

I’ve never been one to shy away from topics that might make others blush.  I mean, I’ve shared my story with anyone who wants to read about it.  So why should today be any different? You may not think that pornography is a real issue or that anybody you know would ever look at it.  Here are some statistics that were gathered by the people at XXXChurch.com: • 42.7% of Internet users view porn • 20% of men say they view porn at work • 53% of Christian men consume pornography • Breakdown of male/female visitors to pornography sites: 72% male & 28% female • 17% of all women struggle with pornography addiction • The average age of first Internet exposure to pornography is 11 years old • 90% of 8-16-year-olds have viewed porn online (most while doing homework) Still don’t think it’s an issue?

My church, LifeChurch.tv, is joining forces with the XXXChurch.com to present an interactive experience called The Porn Event. It focuses on the real-life effects of pornography and how it literally disrupts and even destroys any relationship in its path.  Not only that, but it will sabotage the very character we are trying to instill in our children if we don’t take extreme measures to protect them.

Pornography kept my husband in bondage for over two decades.  Thankfully, he is walking in freedom now by the power of Jesus Christ.

So, hop on over to The Porn Event and get informed.

4 thoughts on “The Porn Event”

  1. this is incredible! i wish more churches would be bold enough to speak about this & not keep it so hush-hush! it would change so many lives!!! i love you, friend!!!

  2. Call me naive, but WOW! Those statistics are pretty eye-opening. I guess I just don’t give much thought to porn. I never have had any interest at all in it, and I trust that my husband isn’t viewing it. Or at least, I did. It’s obviously a bigger problem than I’d ever have imagined. Thanks for the information, Cindy!

  3. I am definitely sending this to my sons and my husband. I pray that they participate.

    The on-line participation is an excellent idea. It allows some privacy to those who view porn secretly.

  4. I wish more people understood this addiction. I used to do this a lot when my husband was gone to work for long stretches at the fire house. Guess what? It did NOT make him come home any faster or make me feel any better less the few seconds on the screen. It is the whole if you give satan an inch, he will take a mile. It is much easier to pray or talk or manicure my way away from the computer than to deal with the consequences of this kind of addiction. Seeing those images does not offend me per say. For me, it is a choice to not even set foot on the slippery slope. 🙂

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