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Sex and Sexuality, a Spiritual Discussion

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Addiction is a human bondage that is spawned by the enemy to control the very lives of the ones caught in this self-destructive behavior and in many cases this hellish bondage has been actually passed on the future generations. Addiction is responsible for more lost “productive” hours and human tragedy than any other consequence of sin and is becoming one of Satan’s most successful weapons to kill, steal, and destroy.

The most devastating and most difficult addiction is that which is sexual in nature. There sheer numbers of men and women, boys and girls who are victims of this addiction are beyond reason and any body’s ability to successfully number. It is a well-known fact that "sexual" addiction for many started while still a youth and has been maintained throughout adulthood and carried into marriages with absolute destructive results. "Sexual" addictions not only adversely affect many members of both genders in the pews of every church in America, it also affects up to 50% of pastors of these churches.

Tonight we are pleased to have as our guest Pastor Joseph L. Follette, Jr. Pastor Follette is an author of forthcoming book "Return to Love and Get the Sizzle Back in Your Marriage" and owner of Lifestyle Therapy and Coaching located in Huntsville, AL. He is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Ordained Seventh-day Adventist minister. He is a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He has over 25 years of experience meeting human needs as a church pastor, residence hall director, professor and counselor.

Pastor Follette also has help many deal with and experience deliverance from addictions and help them as individuals and collectively as families heal from the wounds afflicted by this debilitating nightmare.

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