No More Hiding, No More Shame
Finding Freedom from Pornography Addiction
Brent Edward McNamara
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No one wants to talk about it. No one wants to admit to it. But it's time for No More Hiding, No More Shame. It's time for transparency. Here are the facts: Forty million adults in the U.S. regularly visit porn sites on the Internet. Forty-seven percent of families say pornography is a problem in their home. But this problem isn't limited to the secular world. Pornography addiction has reached epidemic proportions in the church. A recent survey showed that 51 percent of pastors confessed to looking at porn on their church office computers; 37 percent say it is a current struggle. Twenty percent of Christian women have admitted they are addicted to pornography. For author Brent McNamara, these statistics hit close to home. Pornography addiction destroyed his life, his family, and his ministry. In this book, he traces the source of his addiction from its childhood roots to its adulthood manifestation and then shows how he ultimately overcame this addiction by the grace of God. In sharing his own story and struggle with pornography, McNamara offers readers who are trapped in pornography addiction the hope that they too can be free from this terrible addiction and gives them step-by-step, practical advice on how to get there. Brent McNamara earned a B.S. in Bible-Pastoral Studies from Philadelphia Biblical University and is currently pursuing his M. Div. at Philadelphia Biblical University. He is Pastor of Connection at Crossbridge Community Church in Woolwich, New Jersey. Brent also facilitates a Christian Addiction Recovery Group.
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