Compass Blog

The Theology Behind Addiction

When it comes to sex, we’ve gone culturally insane. Just think about how much sexually explicit and sexually driven material is pushed in front of your eyes every day.

Service At Any Cost

In the midst of a culture of self focus and narcissistic, addictive behavior, we are called to something higher than indulging ourselves.

Illusion of Strength

The twin towers in New York –known as the World Trade Center – once evoked an image of the seemingly invincible power of America.  Though those towers survived a 1975 fire and 1993 bombing, they were totally destroyed in the devastating attacks of September 11, 2001 –...

Press ON! Progress, Not Perfection.

In the Oscar-winning movie Chariots of Fire, a thrilling scene captured Eric Liddell rebounding from a devastating fall.  The slow motion camera zeroed in on Liddell’s collision with a competitor and his sprawl to the side of the track.  In the scene, his head turns...

Why Confess?

Clearly, the Bible has taught that confessing our sins is essential to finding forgiveness and peace in our lives. But confession is an act we find extremely difficult to do, our emotions fearing it and fighting it. Specific and honest confession of the truth though,...

The Power of Asking Questions

“Why Didn’t You Tell Me?” was the question my Mom asked me when I first told her the story about my pornography addiction. I told her how it started when I was in elementary school by seeing some graphic images at a friends house. “Why Didn’t YOU Ask ME?” wasn’t my...

One Look Is All It Takes

My addiction started when I was in the 4th grade, and a friend of mine had stumbled into his grandfathers stash of Playboy magazines, along with a few other things. So, there I was about 7 years old and I took my first look at pornography. It was innocent enough at...

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