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Talking to College Students About Pornography

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Michael Leahy's slide presentation from the 2016 Set Free Global Summit on the issues and trends related to college student's use of pornography, and how to connect with them when discussing the issue.

Michael Leahy's slide presentation from the 2016 Set Free Global Summit on the issues and trends related to college student's use of pornography, and how to connect with them when discussing the issue.

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Talking to College Students About Pornography

  1. 1. #SetFree2016
  2. 2. “Our rejection rate for staff, missions, internship applications from Christian males in our movement due to ongoing use of porn and evidence of sexual sin is approaching 100%.” - Cru HQ leadership #SetFree2016
  3. 3. Less than ½ of 1% of college students are sexually addicted. - Porn University, by Michael Leahy; Results from SAST taken by 40,000 college students from 2004-2008 #SetFree2016
  4. 4. Being noticed vs. being known - Porn University, by Michael Leahy; Results from SAST taken by 40,000 college students from 2004-2008 #SetFree2016
  5. 5. Main Difference between Christian vs. secular students: Larger % feeling guilt, shame, hiding sexual behaviors - Porn University, by Michael Leahy; Results from SAST taken by 40,000 college students from 2004-2008 #SetFree2016
  6. 6. Parental Controls College Accountability Gap Committed relationship Zero Tolerance Workplace #SetFree2016
  7. 7. “If you pay for porn, you flunked the Internet.” - Student’s Perspective #SetFree2016
  8. 8. The New Pornographers #SetFree2016
  9. 9. Connecting with College Students The Power of Story + Gospel for the Whole Person - Keith Davy, Evangelism R&D, Cru #SetFree2016
  10. 10. College Students’ Supreme Value Authenticity #SetFree2016
  11. 11. Overcoming language barriers Sexual integrity discipleship vs. Sex addiction recovery #SetFree2016
  12. 12. Overcoming language barriers Habitual sexual sin vs. Sex addiction #SetFree2016
  13. 13. Key to Prevention & Recovery Consistency Constant Dialogue Continuous Learning #SetFree2016
  14. 14. Sexual Integrity Discipleship + Mentoring = Wiser men making fewer mistakes #SetFree2016
  15. 15. #SetFree2016

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