The average age of exposure to pornography is 9 years old. Any child can stumble onto this perversion whether they are looking for it or not.
Pornography is a subject that is often uncomfortable for moms to discuss with their children, but it is an important conversation. Moms must be proactive against this battle that many fight against, even Christians.
In the conversation today Mo Isom Aiken candidly talks about:
- The impact of her father’s suicidal death and her battle with pornography and promiscuity
- Spiritual warfare
- The power of shame vs freedom in Christ
- Encouragement for single moms and their daughters
- Guidance on how to handle mistakes our children make in this area
Fully Known by Mo Aiken
Pornography, More than a Battle with Joe Rigney
Mo (Isom) Aiken is a New York Times bestselling author, a nationally
sought-after speaker, and a powerful voice rising up for her generation. In her younger years, she was an All-American goalkeeper for the LSU Women’s Soccer team and the first female to train with and try out for an SEC men’s football team. Her life was riddled with great personal tragedy – including battling an eating disorder, overcoming the suicide of her father, struggling with promiscuity, and surviving a horrific car accident. But by the grace of God, alone, she encountered the love and mercy of Jesus – the Great Deliverer and the One who makes all things new.
Mom, you are not alone!
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