PD-Leaders Program


Organizations like yours exist to fulfill the Great Commission. To help men, women, and children become disciples of Jesus through a life-giving relationship with God and others. 

As part of this mission, your pastors and leaders responded to a high call when they joined the team. And you’ve ensured they received additional training and professional development to assure they are accomplishing the mission. 

But what if they’re struggling with unwanted sexual behavior? Maybe it’s an old struggle that has reared its ugly head. Maybe it’s a new struggle that has shown up seemingly out of nowhere. 

Regardless of whether it’s old or new, if there’s not a safe way for pastors and leaders to seek help, they will try to figure it out on their own rather than risk their family, career, or their dreams. 

Usually, this doesn’t work and everyone loses. 

Thankfully, there’s a solution. 

For over 25 years, Pure Desire has partnered with churches, districts, denominations, and nonprofits to provide hope, healing, and freedom to men and women struggling with unwanted sexual behavior and betrayal trauma. Our clear process has restored careers, saved families, and helped pastors and leaders avoid burnout. 

Give your pastors and leaders a clear path toward lasting change.

57% of pastors admit to struggling with pornography; only 7% of churches have a ministry program for those who struggle.1Josh McDowell Ministry (2016). The Porn Phenomenon: The Impact of Pornography in the Digital Age. Ventura, CA: Barna Group.

30% of pastors report they have had an affair or a sexual encounter with a parishioner.2R.J. Krejcir (2007). Statistics on Pastors. Retrieved from http://www.intothyword.org/apps/articles/?articleid=36562.

77% of pastors feel they do not have a good marriage.2R.J. Krejcir (2007). Statistics on Pastors. Retrieved from http://www.intothyword.org/apps/articles/?articleid=36562.

Chi Alpha Campus Ministries

The Alliance

North Central District