Faith Street On Faith: Are Women the Solution to the Porn Epidemic?

We have never experienced life through a man’s eyes, so most of us have no idea of the challenges a godly man or boy faces every day. Women have heard that “men are visual,” but we don’t truly understand what that means. This is one reason all the excellent work being done hasn’t yet made a systemic difference to the problem of porn in the church.


CBN News: Through a Man’s Eyes: What Women Should Know

For centuries, in most cultures, the only woman a man would ever see intimately would be his wife. Now males are bombarded with visual temptations on billboards, magazines, and screens of all kinds, as well as on the streets and beaches.

Much of how this impacts men comes from the fact that they are super-visual.


Charisma News Part 2: Should You Tell Your Wife About Your Porn Problem?

From wives to moms, women are front and center in the war against porn. But what role should women play? Where are the lines?
Charisma News caught up with them to get some insights. You can still read part one of this interview: "What Women Don’t Understand About Men Who Struggle With Pornography."


My Bridge Radio:

Morning Conversation with Author Shaunti Feldhahn – "Through a Man’s Eyes: Helping Women Understand the Visual Nature of Men"


Pastors.Com Article: The Missing Link to Solving the Porn Epidemic: Enlist the Support of Women

You as pastors talk to men during Sunday morning worship services about the importance of discipline and purity in their thought lives, and every man intimately understands the challenge being laid before him. The problem is: most of the women don’t. And that is one reason why all our effort in the church – as great as it is — hasn’t yet made a systemic difference to eradicating the problem of porn in the church.


iMom: 5 Things To Do If Your Husband Looks At Porn

There was a time when pornography was not a part of most men’s everyday lives. If a nice guy wanted to look at porn, he had to go into an adult bookstore or quickly ask for a “girlie” magazine in a convenience store when no one was around. Those days are long gone…


Could the Way We Think About Divorce Be All Wrong?

A Huffington Post article sorting myth from reality about marriage, featuring The Good News About Marriage.

It’s easy to understand why no one likes to talk about divorce. It’s an emotionally charged word that begets resentment, grief, and memories of heartbreak. It’s such an affected word that nearly anyone – single, married, or divorced – could understand why a divorcée would say, "I never want to get married again!"

Heartbreak is something we can all empathize with; but as much as it pains us,