Let's talk about porn.

Talking about pornography in church is still considered taboo in many circles. If it is mentioned, it's generally lumped in with a bunch of other sinful behaviors, only to be quickly moved away from. Talking about porn makes us uncomfortable, and part of the reason is because it is widespread in the church.
Tragically, surveys reveal that only 7% of churches have anything in place to help people in this area.
We want to be among the 7% of churches addressing the porn problem. In an increasingly sexualized culture, we have to be. Here's the good news: hope & freedom are absolutely possible. It doesn’t matter how far gone you think you are. It doesn’t matter how entrenched or enslaved you may presently be. There is hope for freedom.

Study after study has revealed that porn consumption is at an all time high. A recent study revealed that 89% of men, and 61% of women admit to using porn at least monthly. The numbers within the church are strikingly similar, with 2 out of 3 Christian men, and 1 out of 3 Christian women admitting to an ongoing struggle with porn.

How To Get Help

1) Let us know.

Sexual sin grows in environments of isolation & disconnection. Nobody watches porn out in the open for all to see. It  happens in secrecy and thrives in isolation. It's foolish to think that we can overcome porn with these same methods. Jesus created us in such a way that we really do need each other.

Please feel free to contact Pastor Adam Winter at awinter@ncgreenwood.org. He has plenty of personal experience & would be more than happy to help you.

2) Watch 
Common Ground: Overcoming Lust.

3) Consider the Men's Sexual Integrity Group.

This men's support group meets every other Monday evening, for one hour, and can become an essential part of your freedom over pornography. Click the button below for more details.
For any questions, please reach out to Pastor Adam Winter at awinter@ncgreenwood.org