Neal Pollard 72% of Americans, age 13-24, view pornography frequently (55% of men 25 and older). Those numbers only drop to 41% and 23% of those professing to be Christians (Barna, July-August 2015, Barna Study Here). So, perhaps this was inevitable. A few years ago, potentially millions of people started receiving a disturbing email from an … Continue reading God Will Bring Every Act To Judgment
Neal Pollard A 17-year-old girl had a stomach ache so bad that she had to go to the hospital. She had lost her appetite, she could barely walk, and doctors for three years had simply given her pain medicine for her inexplicable abdominal issues. The girl’s family had paid over $7000 in medical tests to … Continue reading What Are You Consuming?
Neal Pollard "It's all about me." I would see that saying on a car tag frame nearly every day. Is that really the message we need? Aren't we self-centered enough, as it is? Truly, the man who lives only for himself runs a very small business. What a bankrupt business it is, at that. According to … Continue reading “It’s All About Me”
Neal Pollard Dr. Les Parrott III, in the book Helping the Struggling Adolescent, discusses the four-step cycle of pornography addiction. It is (1) preoccupation (with thoughts and a search for sexual material), (2) ritualization (the specific, immoral routine), (3) compulsive sexual behavior (the culminating act), and (4) despair (utter hopelessness or powerless about one's behavior). … Continue reading The Vicious Cycle Of Pornography