November 4, 2012

ICYMI: Christian Women Struggle With Pornography Addiction Too

This video was recorded as a livestream discussion with author and speaker Shelley Hitz on 11/4/12. Her organization and Somebody’s Daughter organized this in conjunction with 25th Annual White Ribbon Against Pornography Week. Morality In Media/Porn Harms is making the video available for those who missed the live discussion.

Christian women and porn are two concepts that don’t seem to go together, right? However, I know what it feels like to be caught in the trap of pornography as a Christian woman. Yes, I have struggled with pornography. It is not something that I am proud of, and to be honest, it is something that I wish never happened, but God is using this dark season from my past for His good. Check our Shelley’s website here.

You Are Not Alone If You Struggle with Porn
In fact, pornography is a fast growing problem, even among Christian women. Our goal is to offer hope and resources to help you overcome this trap of the enemy.
Pornography is something that many women are addicted to but not talking about, especially in the church. It is impacting families and marriages and controlling many peoples’ lives. For many people, myself included at one time, all they can think about is the next time they will be able to access their computer or the next thrill they will get.

Get a copy of Shelley’s Book “A Christian Woman’s Guide to Breaking Free From Pornography” here.

Shelley Hitz
Shelley Hitz has been writing and publishing books since 2008, including the book she co-authored with S’ambrosia Curtis, “A Christian Woman’s Guide to Breaking Free From Pornography: It’s Not Just a Guy’s Problem.” You can download a free excerpt and find out more about this book at
Shelley has been ministering alongside her husband, CJ, since 1998. They currently travel and speak to teens and adults around the country. Shelley’s main passion is to share God’s truth and the freedom in Christ she has found with others. She does this through her books, websites and speaking engagements. Shelley’s openness and vulnerability, as she shares her own story of hope and healing, will inspire and encourage you.

You can find out more about Shelley and connect with her online at or invite her to speak at your event at:

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