Sexual Integrity: the Nehemiah Project

In our life’s journey, we often encounter things with which we cannot contend on our own, for which we need gospel community.

In 2014, because of the issues in their own lives, members of Westminster piloted an accountability group to deal with pornography, infidelity, and sexual sin. We promote relational, spiritual healing and integrity through counseling, accountability, and group meetings for those struggling – either married or single. Additionally, we have a support group for spouses.

You’re not in it alone!

Click here for more information on the Nehemiah Project, and to contact group leaders.

We have several resources for parents who want to proactively prepare our children to combat pornography. If you're interested, stop by the church office to check out one of these books that help parents to talk about these sensitive issues with their children: 

For ages 3-6: Good Pictures, Bad Pictures: A Simple Plan to Protect Young Minds

For ages 7-preteen: Good Pictures, Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today's Young Kids

Those struggling to break free from porn experience shame and the esteem-crushing impact of their ongoing battle with sexual material. In their porn use they have become experts at secrecy, deception, and lying. They also make many excuses to justify their usage. Especially to themselves.

To truly find freedom, these men have to stop believing these lies. They have to break the denial structures that they’ve put in place over years of porn use.

Here are 5 common excuses used to continue using pornography. Perhaps you have used all of them, and probably others as well.

Reclaim what pornography has stolen from you. Choose to break the cycle. Choose to stand for intimacy in a culture drowning in illusion.

This article was originally posted at Conquer Series, a video series designed to help men conquer porn and walk in freedom. To read the entire article, click here.