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LifeWay materials list resources to help in fighting pornography

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–The Winter 1998-99 Life & Work Bible study member books for adults included the following list of resources which can help in the fight against pornography:
— “Four Steps to Freedom,” a booklet by John Wolf, a member of Heritage Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, Okla., and a member of the board of directors for Oklahomans for Children and Families. Wolf also has computer software available to help track Internet activity for parents or spouses and is available for speaking engagements on the following topics: “Dangers of the Internet with Guidelines for Safe Surfing” and “The Price, the Pain and the Perils of Pornography.” Telephone: (405) 239-6245; email, [email protected].
— American Family Association, P.O. Drawer 2440, Tupelo, MS 38803; (601) 844-5036; www.afa.net.
— National Coalition for the Protection of Children & Families, 800 Compton Road, Suite 9224, Cincinnati, OH 45231; (513) 521-6227; www.nationalcoalition.org.
— Enough is Enough, P.O. Box 888, Fairfax, VA 22030; (703) 278-8343; www.enough.org.
— National Campaign to Combat Internet Pornography, 10443 N. May, Suite 605, Oklahoma City, OK 73120; www.nccip.org.
— “Porn in America” by James Lambert (Huntington House Publishers: Lafayette, Louisiana, 1997).
— “An Affair of the Mind” by Laurie Hall (Focus on the Family Publishing: Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1996).
— “Fatal Addiction: Pornography and Sexual Violence,” Focus on the Family Ministries, Colorado Springs, CO 80995; (719) 531-5181, www.family.org.
— Various materials from the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, Southern Baptist Convention, 901 Commerce Street, Suite 550, Nashville, TN 37203; (615) 244-2495, www.erlc.com.