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What's Wrong With a Little Porn When You're Married? Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 9781-936768-943
  • Binding: Booklet
  • Page Count: 24
  • Publisher: New Growth Press

What’s Wrong With a Little Porn When You’re Married?

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You feel emotionally isolated and sexually disengaged from your spouse. Could it be that the fantasy world of pornography has intruded upon your real-life marriage? Nicholas Black of Harvest USA, a ministry for people struggling with sexual issues, identifies four key ways that pornography negatively impacts marriages and encourages all who struggle to look to God for help.

Black’s three practical, biblical steps toward freedom help those who struggle to find lasting joy in loving God and their real-life spouse rather than the temporary satisfaction of pornography use. A growing relationship with Jesus will grow your relationship with your spouse and bring lasting change.

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What’s Wrong With a Little Porn When You’re Married?

You feel emotionally isolated and sexually disengaged from your spouse. Could it be that the fantasy world of pornography has intruded upon your real-life marriage? Nicholas Black of Harvest USA, a ministry for people struggling with sexual issues, identifies four key ways that pornography negatively impacts marriages and encourages all who struggle to look to God for help.

Black’s three practical, biblical steps toward freedom help those who struggle to find lasting joy in loving God and their real-life spouse rather than the temporary satisfaction of pornography use. A growing relationship with Jesus will grow your relationship with your spouse and bring lasting change.

About the Author

R. Nicholas Black, M.A.R., is executive director of Harvest USA, where he oversees the day-to-day operations along with writing and editing resources for the ministry. He has been a pastor and is still a ruling elder in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). He and his wife Nancy have two adult children.

Harvest USA brings the truth and mercy of Jesus Christ to help men, women, and families affected by sexual struggles and sin and equips churches to minister to sexually broken people.

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