BlazingGrace.org Blog: Christian Advice & Support for Porn Addiction


Rich Mullins, Transparency, and Temptation

by Mike Genung Rich Mullins was a well-known Christian recording artist who penned songs like Awesome God, Sometimes by Step, and Sing Your Praise to the Lord, among others. During one of Mullins’ last concerts before he was killed in a tragic car accident in 1997, he shared his struggles with the temptation to watch pornography, among others. I appreciated Mullins’ transparency because it is rare when someone in the public eye confesses their weaknesses, especially when it comes to lust and pornography. ...
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My Story; Our Wives Support Group for Adultery, Affairs & Porn

by Robin Williams, Facilitator of the Blazing Grace Wives Support Group Blazing Grace offers a prayer and support group for wives who are hurting and wounded by their husband's sexual addiction or adultery. The group is open not only to those who are married but to those who are engaged or considering marriage. For a couple of years, I was a participant on the call as the wife of someone struggling with an addiction to pornography. Around 2004, the discovery of my ...
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VIDEO: Mike Genung’s Porn Addiction Recovery Story

We've added a new video page to the site. We'll be providing you with videos on recovery from porn addiction, healing from adultery, porn and the church, and more...  with content that isn't often heard in churches, but needs to be. Among others, we'll offer "Blazing Grace Sermons"... a sermon on masturbation will be one of our first. In our newest video, Mike Genung shares his 20 year journey to freedom from porn addiction:
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Standing in Freedom

By Mike Genung December 18, 1865: The thirteenth amendment, which outlaws slavery, is officially integrated into the U.S. Constitution and becomes law. Slaves in the U.S. are now legally free to walk away from bondage and into the freedom they’ve wanted all of their life. You would have thought that slaves everywhere would have rejoiced as they reveled in their new-found freedom and walked off the plantations, yet this often wasn’t the case. Most black persons stayed where they were and acted ...
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