In this episode we dive bravely into discussing restoration in the age of pornography with guest, Greta Eskridge – reclaiming a healthy, godly sexuality from fear, trauma, shame and depression – with simple practical steps to fight porn with your kids, family and community.
What an incredible honor to chat with Greta as she saturates with her fun, warm authenticity along with hope, empowering insights and strategies.
Listen in to get encouraged and equipped with the power of restoration and connection – whether you’re in need of restoration or you want to be equipped to support and help protect those around you from this pervasive issue.
Plus, Greta has compiled some great resources and tools. Find them below.
To help your family fight pornography & to cultivate a healthy sexual culture in your home
Compiled by Greta Eskridge — www.gretaeskridge.com
Books addressing pornography and body safety (to read with your kids)
Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr. by Kristen Jensen (ages 5-8)
Good Pictures Bad Pictures by Kristen Jensen (ages 9-12)
God Made All of Me by Justin and Lindsey Holcomb (ages 4-10)
How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography by Alexander Dina (ages 12-18) *non-sectarian
Books addressing healthy sexuality (to read with your kids):
The Story of Me by Stan and Brenna James (ages 4-8)
The Bare Facts: 30 Questions Your Parents Hope You Never Ask About Sex by Josh McDowell (read with your teen)
Chasing Love—Sex, Love and Relationships in a Confused Culture by Sean Mc Dowell (read with your teen)
A Student’s Guide to Culture by John Stonestreet & Brett Kunkle (read with your teen)
Books addressing healthy sexuality (for adults to read):
Mom, Dad, What’s sex? Giving Your Kids a Gospel Centered View of Sex and Our Culture. by Jessica Thomson and Joel Fitzpatrick
Raising Boys Who Respect Girls by Dave Willis
Rethinking Sexuality–God’s Design and Why It Matters by Julie Slattery
Websites that provide research and information about pornography, tools for protecting kids from pornography, tech safety, and pornography recovery:
Fight the New Drug – www.fightthenewdrug.org *non-sectarian
Protect Young Minds — www.protectyoungminds.org
Cyber Safety Cop – www.cybersafetycop.com *non-sectarian
Websites that provide information on talking to your kids about sex and cultivating a healthy sexuality in the home:
Birds and Bees and Kids – www.birdsandbeesandkids.com
Smart Phone alternative for kids: Gab Phone
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