Pornography and sexual addiction
are taking men captive.
Marriages and families are being destroyed, but. . . .
there is hope!
How We Help
We are a 501c3 nonprofit ministry that exists to give hope. We are committed to walking with you as you seek to address this problem, creating safe spaces for you to share, and coaching you on the path of recovery.
HOW BIG IS THE PROBLEM?
Over 40 million Americans are regular visitors to porn sites. 28,258 users are watching pornography every second, on one porn site alone.
76% of 18-24 year old christians actively seek out pornography.
47% of families in the United States reported that pornography is a problem in their home.
Pornography use increases the marital infidelity rate by more than 300%.
68% of church-going men and over 50% of pastors view porn on a regular basis.
57% of pastors say porn addiction is the most damaging issue in their congregation.
Who We Help
The man struggling with pornography and unwanted sexual behavior.
Married couples that are being torn apart, because of pornography and sexual addiction.
Churches who lack the resources to help men held captive by pornography.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
21 year old college student
“Chad Anderson has been incredibly helpful in my journey of recovery and has helped me see parts of myself I didn’t know were there. He helped walk me through my core story and called to attention some childhood incidences I had completely forgotten about. By talking with Chad, I was able to reflect on my childhood in a way I hadn’t been able to before. His mentorship and friendship has encouraged me while I walk through a season of recovery.”
28 year old married entrepreneur
"Working with Chad has changed my life, and that's not an exaggeration. I have called him nearly every day for over a year, and through his guidance and support, I have stayed sexually sober for over a year.
Before working with Chad, I didn't have a clue what to do with my feelings. When I would feel something I didn't like, particularly in my career, I would numb the feelings with compulsive sexual behaviors like I had done as a kid. Those behaviors cost me a lot, including $126,000 of debt and nearly contracting a disease.
Now, through daily work with Chad, attending recovery meetings and outside therapy, I have a choice. I don't have to cover my feelings with compulsive behaviors. I can feel them and know what to do. I am free to live one day at a time without the bonds of compulsive sexual behaviors.
I am so thankful that Chad has given his life to this work."