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by: Skip Heitzig
I once talked to a contractor about
home security systems. He said they cost,
on average, about $1,000. We’ll spend that
much and more to protect our “stuf.” What
will we do to protect our souls?
“Whoever has no rule over his own spirit
is like a city broken down, without walls”
(Proverbs 25:28). The picture is of a person
left open to ruin. When Nehemiah heard
that the walls of Jerusalem were down, he
wrote, “I sat down and wept, and mourned
for many days” (Neh. 1:4). It was a strong
emotion. But unless we see a problem and
respond appropriately we’re never going to
look for a remedy.
So what
alarms you?
Here are some
statistics about
pornography that
I’d put under that
heading.
There are 4.2 million pornographic
websites, or 12 percent of all websites.
40 million adults in the U.S. regularly visit
these sites.
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Over one half of all spending on
the internet is sex-related. At least 20,000
American adults spend 11 hours or more a
week on internet sex sites.
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Think it’s just a non-Christian problem?
For every 10 men in church, fve are
struggling with pornography.
3
That’s
half! And it’s not just a “guy thing.” One in
three visitors to adult sites is female, and
17% of women in a survey said they were
struggling with a pornography addiction.
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That’s staggering!
Are you alarmed yet?
About $97 billion was spent on
pornography in 2006, worldwide. That’s well
over twice what Microsoft earned that year
($44 billion).
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The pornographers release
11,000 new movies each year. By contrast,
Hollywood releases only 400 mainstream
movies a year.
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What’s worse is
that, according to
the Barna research
group, 38 percent
of Americans fnd
nothing morally
wrong with this!
But Dr. Victor Cline
of the University of Utah writes, “Studies
show that pornography is progressive and
addictive for many. It can lead to the user
acting out his fantasy, often on children.”
All of this exposure skews the thinking. It
messes with the mind and it corrupts the
heart. For adults, pornography changes
their attitudes toward their spouses. And
it makes children unsure of what is normal
and not normal, right and wrong.
Pornography is
progressive and
addictive for many. It
can lead to the user
acting out his fantasy,
often on children.
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So what do we do to combat all this?
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus told
us how to deal with lust. “If your right eye
causes you to sin, pluck it out and cast it
from you; for it is more proftable for you
that one of your members perish, than for
your whole body
to be cast into hell.
And if your right
hand causes you
to sin, cut it of and
cast it from you; for it is more proftable for
you that one of your members perish, than
for your whole body to be cast into hell”
(Matthew 5: 29-30).
You might say, “That’s gross!” but that’s
just the efect Jesus intended. He wanted
to shock us. What was His point? He
meant we should deal radically with sin.
Don’t compromise with it. Do whatever is
necessary to avoid it.
We fght it by acting decisively and
responsibly. You can block certain channels
on your TV set, and you can limit your TV
viewing to certain times of the day. For the
internet, you can set up an accountability
partner. There are programs you can
purchase that will send a list each month
to a friend that tells him every internet site
you visit. Your church may have groups or
programs that can help. At Calvary we have
a program called “Every Man’s Battle” for
men struggling with moral purity.
Martin Luther said, “You can’t stop birds
from fying around your head, but you can
prevent them from building a nest in your
hair.” Don’t be the devil’s dartboard! Flee
temptation--but don’t leave a forwarding
address.
Remember:
Even after you
determine your
course and make
a plan, it’s not
over! The enemy of your soul won’t give up.
We can draw an analogy from Nehemiah,
chapter 4. The enemies of the Jews stepped
up their attacks because the breaches in
the wall were being closed. You can expect
Satan to do the same.
Sorry, you can’t be a spiritual pacifst.
If you refuse to fght, you’ll fall! Luke 4:13
says, “Now when the devil had ended every
temptation, he departed from Him until an
opportune time.” You may be successful in
staying of an attack from Satan, but, like
“The Terminator,” he’ll always be back.
Notes:
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4. Internet Filter Review
5. Christian Broadcasting Network
We should deal
radically with sin.
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Leeland just put out a brand
new single called “New
Creation” from their album
“Love Is On The Move”. The
band has been playing it
out on the “Night of Worship
Tour” with Phil Wickham
and Matt Maher. According
to Leeland’s keyboardist
Jack Mooring “We’ve known
Phil and Matt for quite
some time now, and we’ve
dreamed of doing a tour
with them for even longer!”
The tour wrapped up in
Belen, NM on May 10th.
The Classic Crime just
released their latest
album, “Vagabonds”, this
spring and the band has
been very involved with
the Haiti crisis. The band
visited Haiti before the
earthquake in November
and after the quake they
played several beneft
shows to raise money for
relief eforts. The Classic
Crime even went one step
further and donated all
the proceeds from the
pre-sales of “Vagabonds”
to Haiti.
In April of 2008, Dominic Balli’s
frst full-length album “Public
Announcement” was released
independently and has since
sold over 15,000 physical
copies, been featured on the
Reggae homepage of iTunes
and has consistently been
among the world’s top 100
reggae albums. In December
of 2009, Balli released his frst
single, “All We Need is Love”
and this spring he entered a
Gospel Music Competition
hoping to win studio time with
Grammy and Dove Award win-
ning producer, Paul Ebersold.
Balli also headlined Southern
California’s largest free festival
“The Avocado Festival.”
The Canadian band Article
One was one of the surprise
hits of last year’s Freedom
Fest. Their solid sound and
the unique antics of violinist
Matt Piche - he plays the
violin like he’s playing a
rock guitar – help set the
band apart. This band takes
their song writing seriously,
sometimes doing between
10 to 20 drafts of a song
before they’re satisfed with
it. Their new EP, “The One
(I’m Fighting For)” is now
available, and you can hear
the title track currently play-
ing on M88.
Ever since M88 added their
single “Save the World” from the
“Until Then” EP, Life in Rescue
has been one of M88’s most
consistently requested band.
Hailing from San Antonio, Texas,
the group tours extensively and
is still looking for their frst big
break in order to do music full
time. What do they do when
they aren’t touring? Well in a
recent interview with M88, Justin
Morgan, Life In Rescue’s lead
singer and guitar player, revealed
he’s learning how to remodel a
bathroom. How’s that going? The
term “food” immediately springs
to mind.
Leeland
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The Classic Crime Dominic Balli
Article One Life In Rescue
Please visit m88.org
for more details and
tune into 88.3 FM to
hear these and more
great artists.
by: Yo Snyder
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You never know when op-
portunity will come calling.
When it did for The Letter Black,
they made the most of it. They
were called upon to fll in for a
broken-up band on Tooth and
Nail’s “Five 4 Five Tour”. After
that, they had a chance to
tour on the hugely successful
“Awake and Alive Tour” with
Skillet. Now the band’s star is
rising with the release of their
frst album “Hanging On by a
Thread”, and with several ap-
pearances at major festivals this
summer.
Hawk Nelson’s fourth album,
“Live Life Loud”, is described
by the band as “about as
Hawk Nelson as Hawk Nelson
can get.” The band has been
touring with Group 1 Crew
and A Road Less Traveled on
the “Live Life Loud Tour”.
Among some of KJ’s most
recent activities is a little
adventure where he and a
friend got pulled over. Let’s
just say they were traveling
a little bit faster than they
were supposed to through
a school zone. Speedy
antics aside, KJ’s latest
album “Five-Two Television”
is available now, featuring
the current M88 hit “Calling
You.” “Tweezy” is spending
his summer at several con-
ferences and festivals.
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Hawk Nelson KJ52 The Letter Black
Recently, the search engine Google
posted a facsimile of Pac Man as its
logo for the day. It was meant only as a
commemoration of the 30th anniversary
of the arcade game, but it was interactive,
so users could actually play the game.
RescueTime.com calculated that on that day
people spent a total of 4.8 million MORE
hours than usual at the Google home page.
That worked out to costing employers $120
million in lost productivity.
We don’t know how accurate those
numbers are, but it’s just a small handle on
the amount of time spent each day with
online activities.
Here are some more interesting statistics
on the phenomenon of our addiction to
electronic relationships.
» Three-quarters of teenagers have cell phones, and 88%
of them send text messages.
» Social media has taken over as the number one web
activity.
» Social networking takes up 11% of all time spent online
in the U.S.
» 60 million status updates happen on Facebook daily.
» Flickr now hosts about 4 billion images.
» Ashton Kutcher and Britney Spears have more
Twitter followers than the populations of Sweden, Israel,
Switzerland, Ireland, Norway and Panama.
» MySpace has 113 million active users a month, 70
million of them in the US. Nearly half of them are under
age 24.
» There are 200 million blogs.
» Wikipedia has 15 million articles.
» Facebook reports that it has more than 540 million active
users, and that people spend over 500 billion minutes per
month on Facebook. That works out to an average of 40
minutes a day.
» YouTube says it has 2 billion views a day, nearly double
the primetime audience of all three major TV networks.
» Twitter has over 100 million users, and they produce 55
million “Tweets” a day. 300,000 new users sign up every day.
» It took radio 38 years to reach 50 million users. TV did it
in 13 years. The internet took only 4, and the iPod only 3.
» Kindle eBooks outsold paper books at Christmas.
The Washington Post called social media
addiction “Worse than you think.” They
reported on a University of Maryland
study where 200 students went 24 hours
without using any form of social media.
The students described their reaction as
“In withdrawal. Frantically craving. Very
anxious. Extremely antsy. Miserable. Jittery.
Crazy.” One said, “I clearly am addicted and
the dependency is sickening,” and another
said, “I noticed physically, that I began to
fdget, as if I was addicted to my iPod and
other media devices, and maybe I am.”
In their report, “A Day Without Media,”
the students made comments like “I have
more TV channels memorized than math
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formulas,” and “I only use newspapers to
clean my windows.”
The Internet & American Life Project of
the Pew Research Center reported in April of
this year, “Among all teens, their frequency
of use of texting has now overtaken the
frequency of every other common form
of interaction with their friends,” including
talking on the phone and meeting face to
face. They also said, “Half of teens send 50
or more text messages a day, or 1,500 texts
a month, and one in three send more than
100 texts a day, or more than 3,000 texts a
month.”
What’s the long-term efect of this
electronic socializing? Does it give the
illusion of connecting with other human
beings while leaving us more isolated than
ever before? And what about the “jittery,
crazy” reaction to being cut of from our
gadgets?
We’re tech guys here. We love gadgets.
But we think the risk of missing something
close by is much greater (and of more
lasting importance) than the chance of
missing the latest “news” from Ashton or
Britney.
Our advice? Turn ‘em of more often, and
go breathe some fresh air...with real, fesh-
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walls to minister to the surrounding
community.
Dr. Tony Evans, founder and pastor
of Oak Clif Bible Fellowship in Dallas,
is known for his powerful preaching
and is a strong advocate for rebuilding
communities and people from the
inside out. The mission of his national
ministry, The Urban Alternative, is “to
equip, empower and unite Christians to
impact individuals, families, churches
and communities for the rebuilding of
lives from the inside out.” The Urban
Alternative ofers over 100 ministries that
impact urban areas through student and
adult programs, and also connects social
programs with faith-based initiatives.
Dr. Evans grew up in Baltimore’s inner
city, and has a frst-hand understanding
of the difculty families face to rise above
their circumstances. His father was a
wonderful example of faith in action,
demonstrating an uncompromising
lifestyle of obedience to the Word, which
inspired Tony to share the Good News.
Dr. Evans graduated from Carver Bible
College and was the frst African American
to graduate with a Doctoral degree from
Dallas Theological Seminary. He has
served as chaplain for the NFL’s Dallas
Cowboys and is the current chaplain for
the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks.
He and his wife Lois founded Oak Clif
Bible Fellowship in their home in 1976. In
the years since, the ministry has grown
from 10 people to a congregation of over
8,000, plus millions more who are reached
through his speaking engagements,
radio program, “The Alternative,” and the
outreach of The Urban Alternative.
He is well known for his ability to
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EVANS
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Only a few inventions have
revolutionized modern life as dramatically
as the internet. After hydroelectric power,
the internal combustion engine and nuclear
fssion, the internet stands alone as an
innovation that has permeated every level
of society and left it changed—often for
better, sometimes for worse.
Information transfer, commerce and
education are more accessible, efcient
and powerful. Those are just a few of the
benefts of the advent of the internet. So
called “screen-agers” cannot imagine a time
when news was only on at 6 and 10 p.m.,
people waited for the mailman, and getting
a long distance phone call was a big deal.
Unless we move to remote Bolivia or the
like, the age of the web is with us to stay
and will only become more invasive.
So we all must learn to deal with the
challenges, or risk the results from various
levels of internet damage. Simple time
addictions are obvious, when the balance
of healthy use tips over to the unhealthy
column. But there are more serious, more
devious internet addictions, and because
Internet
Addictions:
Caught in the Web
by: Chip Lusko
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they are private, invisible and free, they
have become a huge problem. Forget the
image of lonely middle-aged men surfng
porn sites in the dark of night. Internet
pornography grabs women, children and
Christian leaders. No one is exempt from the
pull and the power of web.
Immunity only comes with education
and prevention. The statistics speak for
themselves, but behind each number
is a person, someone struggling with
the personal implications of a powerful
technology that isn’t called the web without
reason.
Signs, Symptoms and Self-help
Addiction to the internet can be tricky
to diagnose. Since so many spend so much
time online for valid professional and
communication reasons, web use subtly
blends into the fabric of our lives. But here
are some signs of trouble:
- Pamlly comments about your
online isolation
- Neglect of responslbllltles due to
internet use
- Peellngs of gullt at the computer
- Dlshonesty at work about personal
internet use
- Long spans of tlme on the computer
at home
Sex Addiction and the Internet
A darker side of the web is the huge
presence of available sexual material. In fact,
purveyors of porn have been responsible
for some of the most aggressive advances
on the internet. Porn sites are early adapters
for new technologies, and for good reason:
Sexually explicit material is a massive
business. And the saddest victims are the
youngest. An estimated 20 percent of all
online porn is child-related. Consider this:
- 9 out of l0 chlldren between ages 8
and 16 have viewed pornography on the
Internet, in most cases unintentionally
(London School of Economics, January
2002).
- Average age of ñrst lnternet exposure
to pornography: 11 years old (Internet Filter
Review).
- Adult lndustry says tramc ls 20-30%
children (NRC Report 2002, 3.3).
- ¥outh wlth slgnlñcant exposure to
sexuality in the media were shown to
be signifcantly more likely to have had
intercourse at ages 14 to 16 (Report in
Pediatrics, April 2006).
“Never before in the his-
tory of telecommunications
media in the United States
has so much indecent (and
obscene) material been so
easily accessible by so many
minors in so many Ameri-
can homes with so few
restrictions.” - U.S. Department of Justice,
Post Hearing Memorandum of Points and Authorities.
Parents must take action to monitor,
flter and guide in-home use of the internet
by their families. But how can they do this
when they have a problem themselves?
Steps to Modify Personal Internet
Use and Abuse
Honesty: Keep a log. Identify the scope of
the problem.
Accountability: Get a friend. Come clean
with someone you can trust.
Replace: Find a healthier avenue for
recreation and ventilation; sports, classes,
maybe even reading a book.
Amputate: Drastic action may be called
for. Jesus said it is better to remove an
ofending member than to sufer the
consequences.
You may think you “could not live”
without your computer at home. You would
be wrong. Mankind lived for thousands of
years without computers in their caves.
Further Steps:
See a pastor.
Consult Christian resources, such as
focusonthefamily.org and safefamiles.org.
XXXChurch.com is designed to bring
awareness, openness and accountability
to those affected by pornography.
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