Pure Desire groups help you discover how to break free of denial and face the truth before God and others. You will be able to identify the pattern of relapse and develop an effective plan to create sexual integrity.
Pure Desire groups give you the framework to process your pain with others who can truly empathize. You will begin to understand the true nature of forgiveness and how to establish healthy boundaries in your relationships. You will also see how the pain of another person’s addiction has deepened your own wounds from the past.
“Hope became something tangible and it took form as one of God’s characteristics in my life. The process was both depressing and electrifying. Restoration and regret partnered together packed with God’s love and grace. Everything in my life has changed—character, vocation, relationships, and even the house that I serve in. All have been heading closer to God’s perfect will for my life.”
“My life is real. Transparent. Authentic. My group and our counseling changed the trajectory of my faith, my marriage, and my family. While ignorance was bliss, it required nothing of me. I can't imagine living that way again, once I got a taste of what true intimacy is, nothing less would satisfy.”
“I was empty inside and hopeless after struggling and failing for so many years to overcome pornography and masturbation. I had attended various support groups and received counseling in the past and those seemed to help a little bit. Pure Desire helped me focus my recovery through the lens of Christ and the fellowship of the group taught me what it really means to be a part of Christ's body: where we build up one another and provide spiritual cover to fight the good fight.”
“I am a completely different person after going through Pure Desire groups. Being part of such an amazing process, though hard, has been so rewarding to me. I'm a healthier mom and wife. By starting this journey, it has now had a ripple effect on my family. We are all constantly working together toward personal growth and bettering ourselves instead of living out the same mistakes our past selves did.”