Sexual Addictions

Sexual Addictions : Internet pornography is a battle that is growing. This battle carries over into marriage and puts extreme burdens on the relationship. Even if you’re not currently struggling with sexual lust or addiction, you need to protect yourself from future temptation. Here are some resources that can help one break free from the bondage of pornography and win the battle.

Wives of Sex Addicts (ARC for Wives): This group meets to offer support, encouragement, prayer, and Scriptural foundations for women who are coping with husbands who are sex addicts.

For information about the group and when we meet, email arcwives@hotmail.com, or call (502) 253-8411.

Mission: To provide a safe place for wives of sex addicts where they find hope, can develop relationships with others, grow in their walk with the Lord, and provide encouragement through their life experiences.

Purpose: To provide ongoing support through Scripture, prayer, and encouragement.

Vision: To equip women to find their peace through Christ, and through the support and experiences of others in the same situation. This is a highly confidential group where you may come to share your experiences, seek help, or find that you are not alone.

We will use the workbook, A L.I.F.E. Guide Spouses Living in Freedom Everyday by Melissa Haas.

Our Life Verse: “Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” 1 Thessalonians 5:1

Family & Friends Group:
This support group provides Christ-centered love, hope, support, and understanding to families and friends of those struggling with homosexuality. The Family & Friends support group is a safe place for confidential sharing and encouragement. We endeavor to educate and equip parents, family members, and friends on how to respond to homosexuality with unconditional love and reaffirm the redemption that can be found by all in Jesus Christ.  Southeast Christian Church.

Fact:
Today, an estimated one out of four households is somehow touched by homosexuality. (Taken from When a Loved One Says, “I’m Gay,” written by Bob Davies 2002, Focus on the Family)

For more information, call 253-8411 or email us at familyandfriends920@gmail.com.

 

Journey to Freedom – Women’s Group:  This is for all women desiring freedom from unwanted same-sex attraction.  This includes those who have found themselves in emotional enmeshment, thoughts of attraction but have never acted out, to those who have lived in the lesbian lifestyle.  Southeast Christian Church.  Call 502-253-8411 or email changeispossible@twc.com to join us on the journey to freedom.

 

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