STEVE JONES: Is a 49yr old professional, he is a Christian and on the worship rota at Church. For the past 20 years he has struggled with pornography. Nobody knows. He occasionally responds to altar calls at conferences to receive prayer but has not seen a sustainable change. He hates this about himself and carries a lot of shame and guilt and even wonders if he is a ‘proper Christian’. He is desperate to conquer this problem, but has little hope for change and is concerned about how it seems to be getting worse, particularly since he got his iPhone.
What are we are doing for Steve?
We have launched confidential online recovery programmes called Click to Kick for men (and women) who struggle with compulsive porn use like Steve. We are currently developing a recovery app for individuals to get support anytime, anywhere. We are also provide events, training and resources for his Church.
SARAH JONES: Is Steve’s wife, they have been married for 20 years. She is concerned about
her 10 year old son’s internet and tablet use. She finds some new technology a little overwhelming and certainly feels her son knows more than she does. She was distraught when he downloaded
a gaming app on the iPad and
“out of nowhere” explicit images appeared on the screen. She has read about filters but isn’t sure how to set them up on tablets. Occasionally she wonders if Steve looks at pornography, but the
idea upsets her and makes her feel betrayed and insecure, so she tends to ignore the questions she has.
SUSIE JONES: Is Steve and Sarah’s oldest daughter. She is 16 and addicted to porn. Everyone she has dated uses porn and she sees
it as normal. She often watches
it with her boyfriend and several times a day they will text each other links. She thinks it’s normal, although she hasn’t told her parents about it because they go to Church, so she assumes they would morally disapprove.
What are we are doing for Susie?
We want Susie to have access to our lesson materials which we deliver in schools across the UK or via social media have exposure to our creative campaigns that help her understand the physical, relational, psychological and social effects of pornography.
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