It is time the truth about pornography is made mainstream. This article from JT Waresak sheds light on pornography.   1. Pornography hurts everyone. Pornography hurts our relationships with others and how we view our husband/wife. Most of the time, pornography is viewed in private which creates trust issues, including keeping secrets from our friends and family. Waresak

Read More

Marriage makes a difference! Did you know marriage has a transformative effect on the behavior, emotional health, and financial well-being of adults, especially men? Watch the video above to learn more about the benefits of marriage.

Twas a dangerous cliff, as they freely confessed, Though to walk near its crest was so pleasant; But over its terrible edge there had slipped A duke, and full many a peasant. The people said something would have to be done, But their projects did not at all tally. Some said, “Put a fence ’round

Read More

This week The Stream, a conservative online news source, published an article about the work of the Abstinence Clearinghouse. The article features the importance of encouraging youth to choose abstinence and how social media can be a helpful tool in reaching the next generation. Read the full article HERE.

Have you ever been with your teen in the car and heard a sexually degrading song lyric or found yourself changing the channel during a family night? Next time you find yourself in a situation where a song or television show is controversial, ask your teen to interpret what moral is being compromised or challenged.

Read More

  In the video above, Jason Evert explains how to eliminate the confusion and drama of modern dating relationships. “If you win him with your body, you will keep him with your body,” Jason explains. Physical attraction can be replicated in the same way pleasure can be replicated in relationships that are not grounded in commitment.

Read More

The bottom line: Teens want to hang out with their friends. As a parent, it is important that you make your home a welcoming place for other teens so your children feel comfortable hanging out with friends within the safety and comfort of your watchful eye. This simple act of opening your home can make a profound

Read More

Abstinence Clearinghouse Founder Leslee Unruh and Dr. Judith Reisman reunited in Arizona last week to discuss the dangers of comprehensive sex education. Dr. Judith Reisman is known for exposing the sex research led by eugenicist Alfred Kinsey in the 1960’s. Judith is an activist for child and family rights and has published numerous articles and books including Stolen

Read More

According to the Monitoring the Future report, young adults are becoming more likely to participate in events that are not focused on alcohol. The report, which started in 1975, shows a decline in both college age and teen alcohol consumption. Instead, youth are choosing alcohol free events like color runs, board game parties and “juice crawls” (events that

Read More

Texting and driving do not mix. Even a one second glance to read a message can mean disaster. Fortunately, there are ways to decrease the temptation to check your phone while driving: – Turn off your phone. It’s the easiest way to know you won’t be distracted by an incoming text or call while driving.

Read More

Recently, there has been a lot of news regarding sexual abuse in Hollywood. Regardless of when or how sexual abuse has affected a person, it is still a difficult experience. Here are some ways to help if you or someone you know has been affected by sexual abuse: Reach out for support. Talk with someone

Read More

If you are anxiously waiting for “the one” you are not alone! A recent survey from the Pew Research Center found that the main reason single adults are not married is because they have not found the right person. With all the negative news on divorce and infidelity, it is encouraging to know that people still value

Read More

According to clinical therapist Dr. Peter Kleponis, exercising compassion, being tough and maintaining a “never give up attitude” are key components to being a good accountability partner to someone battling a pornography addiction. As you walk alongside the individual you aim to keep accountable, remember that the addicted person is fully responsible for his or her

Read More

Fight the New Drug is taking the month of November to travel around the world and expose the global effects of pornography. The movement was created to increase awareness of just how devastating pornography is to viewers, offer participants or “Fighters” challenges and offer ways to join the fight to stop pornography. Join the “Global Fight for Love” as

Read More

According to a 2014 study published in JAMA Pediatrics, 59 percent of kids ages 10 to 14 have a TV in their bedroom and no one is telling them what to watch or not watch. The consequences of this oversight are far-reaching, affecting kids’ health and overall happiness. A recent study by Iowa State University published in Developmental Psychology found that

Read More

Last fall the Abstinence Clearinghouse shared a campaign informing parents and educators of the sexually explicit content that has made its way into schools and libraries across the country. Libraries were created to be safe environments for children and individuals within communities to come together to pursue education and character development. They are now sharing

Read More

Secondary virginity is the decision to stop having sex and remain abstinent until marriage. If you or someone you know may have gone too far physically in a relationship before marriage, there is still hope. Surround yourself with others who are waiting for marriage, set strong physical boundaries, and don’t give up. By saying “no”

Read More

“Ghosting” is a term used when someone you went on a date with stops responding to messages or phone calls. There is not a definite break up or goodbye, and it often happens in casual relationships or in online dating. Unfortunately, “ghosting” is becoming more acceptable in a culture where casual sex and relationships are

Read More

Managing negative emotions in a healthy way can be difficult. For children and teens, it can be even more challenging because their brains are not fully developed. Fortunately, parents have a big influence on how their children grow emotionally. This article from Protect Young Minds suggests parents and children create “care tags.”  These tags include

Read More

Start the conversation about pornography – White Ribbon Against Pornography (WRAP) starts Sunday. People from all across the United States will stand together to educate others on how devastating pornography is to society. This year marks 30 years of WRAP week. Several organizations and groups will be hosting webinars, providing resources, and wearing white ribbons.

Read More

Consider partnering with us as we inspire men and women of virtue!