by DeliverFund
May 18, 2020

It is imperative as parents that we instill best practices for our children to remain safe as they navigate cyberspace and protect them from online exploitation and human trafficking.

by Jen Wilkin
July 17, 2014

Be the first voice your child hears about sex and sexuality, and about fleeing porn exposure. Don’t let fear cause you to delay beginning this conversation.

by Danny Huerta
August 14, 2018

Porn is alluring. We understand that. But why? Why is it so destructive, especially to teens? As parents, we need to know the answers.

by Pat Fagan - Family Research Council

Pornography is a visual representation of sexuality which distorts an individual's concept of the nature of conjugal relations. This, in turn, alters both sexual attitudes and behavior. It is a major threat to marriage, to family, to children and to individual happiness.

by Chad Davidson

Fathers have allowed God to take a back seat to their own pleasure and lack the family love that would motivate them to repent of such sin. Because their own needs are placed above that of his family’s, the fate of his marriage and family is that of calamity.

by Steve Arterburn

First, you must acknowledge the addiction exists. You must recognize that what you are doing is wrong.

by Discovery Series

Vulnerability to X-rated material rests as much in a man’s history of being exposed to porn as it does in his visual makeup. Although past experiences never excuse current behavior, our histories do influence and shape how and where we struggle.

by Timothy Allen

An epidemic of pornography addiction is affecting teenagers and preteen children all over the world, while receiving very little notice from the media or medical community. Parents are unaware that their children can begin to struggle with this mind-altering addiction even before they are teenagers.

by Tim Challies
June 25, 2014

My goal for today is simple: I want to give you 7 good reasons you need to stop looking at porn right now.

by Ross S. Olson MD

Why do some people get so hot and bothered about sexy pictures? Is it because they are repressed or something? Why not just let everybody look at what they like? It doesn't hurt anybody, does it?

by The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission
August 4, 2009

The existence of pornography is an evidence of a spiritual battle that is going on in our world. Pornographic material is specifically designed to appeal to human lust. The onslaught of this kind of material is a result of the spiritual warfare waged against the human family.

by Rich Deem

The Bible does not specifically address the issue of viewing pornography, since it didn't really exist at the time the books of the Bible were written. So, does this mean that it is allowable as a "freedom in Christ" issue? Can we discern a clear moral teaching based upon what the Bible teaches about other sexual sins?

by Errol Naidoo

The rapid and unrestrained spread of pornography within society must rank as the most insidious threat against marriage and the family since the sexual revolution of the Sixties. The relative ease with which one can access hard-core sexually explicit images is unprecedented in South Africa’s history.


By far, the most searched for terms on the internet are related to pornography. Pornography is rampant in the world today.