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Pornography Addiction

What did Jesus Christ mean by His statements recorded in Matthew 5:31-32 that the sin of adultery is grounds for a believer to divorce his or her spouse?
  • by Steve Myers

It is everywhere. Stats are scary. What can you do?

  • by Robert H Berendt
Think about the events in your life where betrayal was evident and the resulting damage that occurred.
  • by John McClain
Many suffer from difficult physical and psychological addictions that hinder their lives. Breaking free from addictions can be a long, painful promise. The example of a First Lady of the United States provides clarity and motivation to overcome addictions and confront our problems.
  • by United Church of God
This Teen Bible Study Guide will help you to discover a portion of what the Bible has to say about pornography.
  • by Howard Davis
In today's culture, porn is not going away. You can avoid the damage this sin causes.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Pictures of abuse of Iraqi prisoners of war by American servicemen and servicewomen have shocked the world. What are the implications for America and the war on terror?
  • by United Church of God
It is important that we guard our minds from destructive influences around us.
  • by World News
Even more serious and dangerous than our financial shortcomings is the American attitude of compromise toward sexual morality.
  • by Rex Sexton
What is happening to our children? During the development years—which are so critical to successful maturing and proper development—an ever increasing number are indulging in what is likely the most damaging mental addiction of our modern times.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
What are some of last year’s really important benchmark events and trends? How does the Bible pass judgment on these happenings today?