When All You Want for Christmas is for Your Spouse to Quit Porn

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Craig spent many of our Christmases enslaved to pornography, so I know well the desire to just decorate and make things as perfect as possible so to try to escape the prison walls pornography held our marriage within.

But what if there’s another way? What if instead of decorating our prison, trying to hide what it really is, we embraced exactly where we are, bringing our reality to Jesus?

What could Jesus do with our Christmas wish?

*NOTE: KatchTV originally stored all these Periscopes, but KatchTV is now shutting down. I transferred them to YouTube, but they are not perfect. So, if you can just ignore my head expanding randomly, you can still catch all of what I said.

2 thoughts on “When All You Want for Christmas is for Your Spouse to Quit Porn”

  1. Thank you so much for speaking truth. The timing of this is perfect. I have to say when I read the title, I kind of rolled my eyes. But now I am bawling and praying for God to show me the truth about who my husband is. Throughout this Christmas season (and hopefully after), I will spend 5 minutes a day reading God’s word, asking God for help dealing with my anger. Thank you for your prayers. I pray heaps and heaps of blessings on you and Craig for sharing your struggle in order to bring light to the dark. I have just started reading your book, and it is the only resource I have found that does not perpetuate the victim mentality of wives with porn using husbands. I am so thankful for you. Soli Deo Gloria, indeed.

    1. Joyce, thank you so much for connecting with me. I so appreciate your prayers for us and I will continue to pray for you and your husband, that y’all will both see each other and yourselves as the people God created you to be, letting go of all that hinders. Please don’t hesitate to continue to reach out – the more we talk about this, the more light we bring to the darkness. Many blessings!!

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