APOSTOLIC MORAL PURITY
Pornography is an epidemic in all aspects of society, young and old, rich, poor, male, female, people are effected by this evil everywhere.
We are here for you as a resource to help you help others. We would love to partner with you in your ministry as you assist people in overcoming their addictions.
We need partners who will join with us under DayStar Ministries, a 501(c)3 organization to assist Apostolic men and women break this cycle in their lives.
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Our Mission & Vision
Apostolic Moral Purity
Apostolic Moral Purity (AMP) is a confidential community of believers committed to empowering Christians to experience deliverance from lust and pornography and find healing for sexual brokenness. AMP believes no one should feel alone in the battle for moral purity, thus, it provides various anonymous and confidential forums that allow for open and honest discussion, testimonies, and support. In a culture that promotes promiscuity, AMP aims to help others live in the joy of salvation by presenting their bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable unto God.
With A Focus on:
Helping Apostolics overcome pornography and live with moral purity!
Dates for 2021
October 23rd 5:00 pm
November 8th 6:00 pm
November 20th 5:00 pm
December 6th 6:00 pm
December 11th 5:00 pm
All times are PST.
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Pornography is no longer relegated to plastic covered magazines hidden in the back of an old bookstore or convenience store. It is now in the hands of every middle-school child with a smartphone. It was reported that the average age a boy first views porn is 11 years old!
Whether it manifests as love addiction, sex addiction or porn addiction, the stranglehold of sexually compulsive behaviors does not discriminate on age, gender, religion or socioeconomic status.
Instead, it is born as a coping strategy when faced with boredom, sadness, shame, or other emotion and then blossoms through secretive self-soothing and repetitious behavior. If we have a look at the statistics, it becomes very clear there is a problem.
5% to 8% of the adult population has a porn addiction
11 to 12 hours a week are spent consuming porn
As many as 93.2% of boys and 63.1% of girls have been exposed to porn by age 18
The earlier the exposure, the greater the risk of addiction
25% of all search engine requests are related to porn
35% of all downloads from the internet are pornographic
40 million Americans say they regularly visit porn sites
70% of men aged 18 to 24 visit porn sites at least once a month
17% of women say they struggle with porn addiction
The largest consumer group of online porn is men between the ages of 35 and 49
One-third of all internet porn users are women
Message of the Month
Rev JH Osborn
“The God of the Struggler”
Revival will return by seeking His face. If my People which are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray AND seek my face, then will I hear from Heaven and heal their Land.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Rev. Daniel Sirstad, PhD
Rev. Dr. Eugene Wilson
Pastor Gregory Garrett
Pastor Steve Showalter
Pastor Jeremy Poling, LPC
Mount Sidney, VA
Dr. Beverly McManus, LPC
Rev. Darlene McLaughlin
Fort St. John, BC
Rev. Timothy Marshall