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9/21/12 at 11:11 PM 0 Comments

For Pastors Who Struggle with Pornography

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By Luke Gilkerson

Over the last several years I’ve spoken with many men in ministry who confess to a past or present struggle with pornography. A lot of ministers with this struggle often ask themselves who they can turn to for help and how they can break free.

This is why we’ve created a new e-book, Internet Pornography: A Ministry Leader’s Handbook. We’ve made this e-book available for free on our website. You can read it online or print it out.

The book covers a variety of topics related to ministers with sexual struggles: the trauma of living a double life, why ministers are so easily ensnared by porn, finding accountability partners you can trust, finding accountability that actually works, defeating Internet temptations, and many more topics.

The e-book features stories from authors, pastors, and counselors who have dealt personally with these difficult issues. The panel of voices in this book was hand-picked because each author writes with an intimate and sometimes painful familiarity with these topics, and many have found victory from pornography themselves. They represent different theological positions and church backgrounds, but they all share a common passion: to help ministers of the gospel live lives of integrity and purity.

If you are or know a ministry leader who struggles, we hope this e-book is of great encouragement.


Luke Gilkerson is Internet Community Manager for Covenant Eyes, an Internet accountability service.

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