Elmer, Robert (ed.)
Is there any hope for men and women in the “voluntary slavery” of pornography addiction? Deepak Reju shows that this worship problem can be fought only with a greater love for Christ. This month-long devotional, with reflection questions and practical suggestions for action, gives you the encouragement and resources you need to fight in the war being waged for your soul every day.
In the 31-Day Devotionals for Life series, biblical counselors and Bible teachers guide you through Scripture passages that speak to specific situations or struggles, helping you to apply God’s Word to your life in practical ways day after day.
Deepak Reju is pastor of the biblical counseling and family ministries at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., and president of the Biblical Counseling Coalition’s board of directors.
“Deepak Reju . . . walks alongside you throughout the month . . . [and] provides you with the necessary insight and practical application to break pornography’s hold, helping you to better glorify God in your daily living.”
— Kevin Carson, Biblical Counseling Professor and Department Chair, Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary
“Plainspoken, searching, practical, humble, and hopeful—this could be just what you’ve been looking for in your struggle for something better than fantasy.”
— Mark Dever, Senior Pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church, Washington, D.C.; President, 9Marks
“Deepak Reju frankly and pastorally addresses one of the most pervasive, most lethal, and least acknowledged assaults on Christian discipleship today.”
— Dennis E. Johnson, Professor of Practical Theology, Westminster Seminary California
“This is not a self-help book that demands more effort before inevitably leading to more failure. The book is filled with gospel grace and therefore with gospel hope.”
— Tim Chester, Pastor, Grace Church, Boroughbridge, UK; author, Closing the Window: Steps to Living Porn Free
“Anyone knows that, in order to conquer any sin, we must attack that problem at its core—intentionally and deliberately. An old Valley of Vision prayer says that “if we would have any sin subdued, we must not only labor to overcome it . . . but must invite Christ to abide in its place.” In Pornography: Fighting for Purity, Deepak Reju has helped men, in a very practical way, to do this very thing!”
— John Freeman, Founder, Harvest USA; Author, Hide or Seek: When Men Get Real with God About Sex