Help Spread the Word About Our Book
Get involved! Unfortunately, many Christian women today struggle with a porn addiction in silence, secrecy and shame. Within the church alone, 34% of women admit to intentionally visiting these kinds of sites.
Our book “Christian Woman’s Guide to Breaking Free From Pornography: It’s Not Just a Guy’s Problem” is one resource you can share to help women that struggle.
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Help spread the word on social media about our book launch. Here are a few sample posts/tweets you use below. Or make up your own.
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You can share this video as well to promote the book and launch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVPSQWKBP3w
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Send a Letter To Your Pastor, Counselor or Women’s Ministry Leader:
You can help by suggesting resources to your church or counseling center that will equip them to minister to women struggling with this particular issue.
One simple way you can do this is by sending a short e-mail to your pastor, counselor or women’s ministry leader letting them know about our book. We have provided a sample letter below that you can use.
Option #1: Download the Word Document to Copy/Paste
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Option #2: Download the PDF to Print and Send via Mail or Deliver Personally
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Option #3: Copy and Paste the Text Below
For centuries there has been a battle between the people of God and sexual immorality. Constantly, throughout the Bible, we read of instances where God sets standards for sexual morality for His children and chastises those who practice otherwise. Paul also makes numerous statements about how important it is that the people of God flee from sexual immorality, or else face eternal consequences.
One of the most prevalent battles we are fighting in the arena of sexual immorality today is pornography. Many churches have been on the frontlines, providing support to men who struggle with pornography addiction, but most women are left to deal with it in silence. Though women are not as vocal about the issue as men, statistics show that 33-40% of the people that visit pornographic websites are women. Within the church alone, 34% of women admit to intentionally visiting these kinds of sites.
One resource I would like to share with you is a book written for Christian women who struggle with pornography entitled, “A Christian Woman’s Guide to Breaking Free from Pornography: It’s Not Just a Guy’s Problem” by Shelley Hitz and S’ambrosia Curtis.
Both of the authors share their testimonies of how Christ set them free in this area and also present a good deal of research about the influence pornography has on modern society as well as its spiritual and psychological effects. This information is followed by testimonies of other women who have experienced freedom in this area of their lives, as well as practical advice on how to overcome this addiction.
Both the Kindle and print edition are available on Amazon.
I encourage you to consider utilizing this book as a resource in your ministry. If you have any questions regarding the book, how to implement it, or anything else, you can contact the authors here: http://www.christianwomenandporn.com/contact/
Thank you for helping share about this resource that has the potential to impact many lives for eternity!
Shelley Hitz and S’ambrosia Curtis
Co-authors of the book, “A Christian Woman’s Guide to Breaking Free From Pornography”