How to Defend Against It – and Win – with the Conquer Series
Porn isn’t a harmless past-time by any means. It’s isolating people from their families and weakening the church… and it’s everywhere in society. With the proliferation of smartphones and iPads, porn use is rampant and growing rapidly.

Why is Porn Use a Concern?
Porn’s tentacles are everywhere, and it’s hitting men, women, and families of all ages and stages, all around the globe. Check out these alarming statistics:

  • 74% of adult men say they use porn at least once a month
  • 68% of churchgoing men and about 30% of women admit that they view porn regularly
  • 50% of pastors admit to having struggled and/or are struggling with this issue

So it’s up to us – as a family of believers – to take up the fight against this insidious and well funded enemy. The Conquer Series was created to help fight this battle and already it has been used by 450,000 people in 65 different countries all over the world to overcome porn. 

Watch how the Conquer Series can help anyone break free from porn

To better understand this problem, let’s take a look at what we are dealing with:

Pornography is addictive
Porn has the same effect on the brain that drugs do. In brain scans, a porn addict’s brain looks much like a heroin addict’s. “Any type of repetitive behavior will create trails in our brain that are going to fire on an automatic sequence,” explains Dr. Tim Jennings in the Conquer Series, a cinematic series that helps men overcome porn addiction together in a small group setting.

Pornography can impair the ability to connect with a real partner
The way porn disconnects users from living, breathing humans is one of the least-known effects of frequent porn viewing. For kids and young adults who grow up on a steady diet of porn use, they can struggle in this area with their future spouse.

Porn makes an extramarital affair more likely
Many studies have found that porn use leads to cheating on one’s spouse. Porn makes users feel dissatisfied, less attached to their spouses, and less interested in their families in general, according to the Family Research Council.

Pornography leads to divorce
For many women, discovering their husband’s use of porn is equivalent to discovering an extramarital affair. They are hurt, angry, feel betrayed and wonder why they aren’t “enough.” In fact, 56% of divorces cite porn use as contributing factor.

 

There is a way out…

In breaking the porn habit, as Dr. Ted Roberts, former pastor, Marine Fighter Pilot and host of the Conquer Series says, “Trying harder doesn’t work.” 

It starts with understanding God’s grace in the depths of your soul, and it will take time and accountability, but a porn habit can be broken, and the Conquer Series was created to help people do just that.

The Conquer Series is a six-disc DVD set, packed with over five hours of powerful teaching told through cinematic parables and offering Bible-based strategies to conquer porn. Host Dr. Ted Roberts has a 90% success rate in helping thousands of men break free from porn.

It’s hard to fight a multi-billion-dollar industry of this size and scope. The Conquer Series can equip your family to win the battle, once and for all.

Click here to watch the Conquer Series trailer

Here’s what people are saying about the Conquer Series:

“I have just finished the Conquer Series and it has helped me tremendously with my porn addiction and my walk with God. Thank you for creating this series.” Eric Tipton

“Thank you guys for making this program. My teenage sons have watched it and we have all learned so much!” Sandra Barnes

“This series has helped change my life. The healing it has caused has revolutionized my relationship with my wife, kids, and people at church. I thank the Lord everyday for this. All men in the church need to put there big boy pants on and go through this. The only thing I regret is not having this info 15 years ago.” Matthew Cook


Article source: www.christianpost.com

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