The Minneapolis-based ministry is now online, faking a porn site (www.lovelines.org/sex/) that really delivers information about pornography addiction. "We don't want to close down the porn sites, we just want all their customers," says director Dan Morstad.
Christianity Today's "Tangled in the Worst of the Web" examined what Internet porn did to one pastor, his wife, his ministry, their life.
Also see Christianity Today's "Resources for the Ensared | Christ-centered help for those struggling with Internet pornography and sexual addiction."
Other articles and resources about battling lust and pornography from Christianity Today include:
We've Got Porn | Online smut is taking its toll on Christians. What is the church doing about it? (July 5, 2000)Internet Pornography Use Common in many Libraries, Report Says | Librarian-researcher claims American Library Association thwarted study. (March 20 , 2000)Christian Singer Shares Struggles with Pornography | Secret sin of Clay Crosse's youth reappears in midst of ministry (Feb. 7, 2000)Amazon.com Pulls Book Targeted as 'Kiddie Porn' | But critics say other pedophilia books are still offered. (Jan. 24 , 2000)Smut Magazine Publishers Convert | (April 26, 1999)Curbing Smut Legally | Tough ordinances shut down porn outlets. (Feb. 8, 1999)Christian Leaders Target Cyberporn ...1
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