Christian recording artist Jimmy Needham decided to focus on the topic of lust and porn addiction in his blog series as a response to the struggle that many face. Needham dedicated two days to help those who struggle with this problem and hopes that this would help fight the addiction.
Needham uploaded the first part of the two day blog journey on Friday May 25. The title of the post was “All In the Family: Lust & Her Ugly Cousins.” In the text, he shared his own story and experience with the addiction and how he can relate to those who struggle with it. Needham also shared how he was able to win over the addiction and hoped to give hope to those who are in the snare of this addiction.
At the end of the text, Needham commented, “The reason I am writing these things is to provide one more round of ammunition in your arsenal against sin.”
Needham continued, “I don’t believe this truth is all you need to find victory. In my next blog I’ll be tackling what I believe the ultimate problem and solution are to the sin of lust. That is not what this blog is about. But this can still be ammo for you. Perhaps you are in the throes of lust and addiction and are desperate for freedom. Consider this counsel.”
Needham prays this blog would help those who do struggle with lust and porn addiction. To read the full post, go to http://www.jimmyneedham.com
Jimmy Needham was ordained as a pastor at Stonegate Church in Midlothian, Texas past Monday, May 21, 2012. Needham’s fans reacted to his ordination with great support and words of encouragement. Read: Soul-Pop Artist Jimmy Needham Ordained as a Minister
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