Addiction is addiction – and the ‘drug’ of choice varies. Sometimes it’s alcohol, sometimes smoking but it can also be pornography. Like any addiction, there is no gender specificity. Join us to learn about a fabulous ministry that deals with women who are addicted to porn and what it means to break the chains that end up breaking a heart.
Get your passport and travel to the ‘land down under’ where we will connect with our favorite Scottish apologist. He’s been busy commenting on world events from a biblical perspective and he has much to say. Get ready to learn what it means to ‘think critically and biblically’.
Crystal Renaud Day is a pastoral counselor, certified coach, author, and speaker with over a decade of experience working with women, couples, and teen girls. She holds a Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling: Life Coaching from Liberty University and numerous certifications in counseling and coaching specialties from the American Association of Christian Counselors. Crystal owns and operates Living on Purpose Coaching & Pastoral Counseling and is the founding director of SheRecovery.com (formerly Dirty Girls Ministries), an online ministry helping women overcome porn and sexual addiction. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, ABC News, CNN, Christianity Today, The 700 Club, Outreach Magazine, and more. Her books include Dirty Girls Come Clean, 90 Days to Wholeness, and Dating Done Right.
David Robertson is working as an evangelist with Australian churches.He is involved with education, media, churches and various forms of outreach as a speaker, writer and broadcaster. He is the author of six books, his most recent is A.S.K, an apologetic book for teenagers. He is a regular columnist with Christian Today and Evangelicals Now. He also writes occasional articles for other publications – including Eternity magazine in Australia.