Crystal Renaud joins me for Episode 56. Let me go ahead and warn you that we will be talking about content that isn't safe for young ears. So you may want to listen to this one with your earbuds on. We talk about her story of how she was introduced to pornography, where her addiction led her and how she found healing. So pull a chair up to the table and join the conversation.
I hope you enjoyed my conversation with Crystal. I know that talking about subjects like sex and pornography are awkward even as adults and the conversation can most definitely feel awkward with your children. But it is so important to initiate conversation with your children about this. Don't be afraid to talk about it. There are some great resources out there to help you talk to your kids.
If you are struggling with pornography, I want you to know that you are loved and accepted and valued. I want to encourage you to reach out to Crystal's ministry or maybe a friend or someone in your local church for help.
- Jim Burns books about Sex: God Made Your Body (ages 3-5); How God Makes Babies (ages 6-9); The Purity Code (ages 8-14); Accept Nothing Less (high schoolers); Teaching Your Children About Healthy Sexuality
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