TV Documentary on Pornography Addiction and Healing among Professing Christians Premieres on ION Network: 'Somebody's Daughter: A Journey to Freedom from Pornography,' Airs Nov. 30 and Dec. 7
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NASHVILLE, Tenn., November 24 /Christian Newswire/ -- "Somebody's Daughter: A Journey to Freedom from Pornography" will premiere on the ION Television Network (formerly PAX TV) Nov. 30 and Dec. 7. The documentary details the lives of three men and one married couple active in Christian ministry who struggled with and overcame addiction to pornography.
According to recent surveys, nearly 60 percent of Christian men and 37 percent of pastors admit to struggling with pornography. No longer just a problem for men, 35 percent of women also admit to the addiction. "Somebody's Daughter" was produced to shed light on how the $13.3 billion pornography industry is plaguing those who profess Christianity, 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."
"Somebody's Daughter" was produced by Music for the Soul as a DVD-CD multimedia compilation to promote healing among those struggling with pornography addiction. In addition to the television documentary, the DVD-CD includes 18 music and spoken word tracks and four music videos. The project was born from a song of the same name written by Christian recording artist John Mandeville and Steve Siler, founder and director of Music for the Soul, after Mandeville revealed to Siler his struggles with pornography. After attending a meeting for sex addicts, the two men wrote the song to illustrate that women should be viewed as a creation of a Holy God, and as a starting point for Mandeville's healing.
"Somebody's Daughter" also is slated to air on INSP, the Daystar Television Network, Faith TV and the "It's Time for Herman & Sharron" show this winter. Check local listings for air times.
"Somebody's Daughter" can be purchased at www.musicforthesoul.org and select Christian retailers and is distributed by Vision Video.
Music for the Soul is a not-for-profit Christian ministry committed to providing life-changing healing through music and song. The ministry provides multimedia resources for churches, pastors, counselors and lay leaders to promote the discussion and healing of life's most painful issues.