Recent studies show that nearly 60 percent of Christian men and 37 percent of pastors admit to struggling with pornography.
And porn is not just a men's problem. Thirty-five percent of women also admit to the addiction.
Now, a new television documentary examines this compulsive habit. Somebody's Daughter: A Journey to Freedom from Pornography tells the story of three men and one married couple involved in a Christian ministry who overcame their addiction to porn.
The documentary will premiere on the ION Television Network, Sunday, November 30. The program will also be re-broadcast on Sunday, Dec. 7. Check local listings.
The project was produced by Music for the Soul, a not-for-profit Christian ministry. It is based on a song written by Christian recording artist John Mandeville and Music for the Soul's Steve Siler.
The producers say the documentary was created in order to show how the $13.3 billion pornography industry is plaguing Christians from all walks of life and to promote healing and deliverance from the growing epidemic.
"The personal testimonies given, lower the barrier for men who are having a hard time overcoming the shame and guilt of pornography," said Dave Begueire, co-host and executive producer of "Man2Man Express," a daily radio show for men.
"Hearing that other men have experienced the same feelings makes it easier for them to be honest about what's going on in their lives," he explained.
Somebody's Daughter will also air on INSP, the Daystar Television Network, Faith TV and the "It's Time for Herman & Sharron" show this winter. Check local listings.
Sources: Music for the Soul, Religion News