This site is intended for men who struggle with maintaining sexual purity. This information is posted for men at various stages in their recovery, year 1 to year 30+; what applies to some, may not apply others. Wives are encouraged to read this blog with the caveat that they may not agree with, understand, or know the reason for some items posted. As always, take what you like and leave the rest. All material on this site, except where specifically linked and acknowledged, is copyright of Armaturam, LLC.
Tony is the founder of the “Power of Purity” ministries, and he is a fellow podcaster in the fight for sexual purity. This conversation highlights his story and the work that God has done in his life, ministry, and marriage.
He talks about practical approaches to recovery and marriage. He gives a “real” and straight take on fighting for sexual purity and keeping the “holy vow” of marriages.
For more information on his podcast, conferences, books, and ministry, please visit the powerofpurity.org.
Please email us directly for more information at email@example.com for more information. We would love to hear from you. Remember that you are not walking this road of recovery alone!
Nick Fouts is the co-founder of Cedar Rock Ministries that strives to teach people about how to incorporate rest into their lives. He has experience as a presenter, counselor, and he has served on the mission field in Africa.
Nick and Doug discuss the importance of learning the discipline of rest. They discuss the dangers of living distracted and busy. Nick offers practical suggestions for helping set aside our own pride to learn to live “from rest” not “to rest”
In this mini-podcast episode, Tim Mavergeorge and Doug discuss some great recovery books as resources for those seeking help and healing. Our spiritual path needs guidance from those that have gone before us, so they share a few resources that can be beneficial to those looking for something better.
This list isn’t designed to be exhaustive, but it should allow those to have a starting point for those looking to replace certain behaviors with reading resources that can lead to increased positive relationships, thinking, and living.