Sexaholics Anonymous is a body that offers help and support to people who suffer from sexually destructive thinking and behaviour. In this interview I caught up with 'Michael' (not his real name) who was happy to share his story of how he developed an addiction to dysfunctional sexual behaviour driven by lust and how he recovered with God's grace to become free again. Compelling listening for us during Lent when all of us can face our own addictions to things that can come between us and the freedom and joy God wishes us to enjoy. We would like to thank 'Michael' for his courage and honesty and his time in talking to us and sharing a message of hope.
For more information on Sexaholics Anonymous, see www.sa.org
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