FLEE exists to “start the conversation” about the overwhelming consequences of sexual sin and the power of the Gospel to overcome sexual sin, addiction, and abuse. One of the chief ways we accomplish that goal is by producing special events and mini-conferences in different communities.
We believe that counseling is inextricably bound in discipleship. It is impossible to love and walk someone through sexual sin, addiction, or abuse without dealing with the life as a whole, that they might be whole. While we are limited in availability for Discipleship-Counseling, we have a prayer team that would love to pray you through whatever you are facing. Please let us know how we can pray for you, and if you would like to receive counseling, please click here.
FLEE is not a replacement for the Church—rather, it is a resource. Discipleship and accountability should happen first and foremost within the context of a local church. Sometimes, though, lay leaders and even pastors feel uncomfortable or ill-equipped to love and walk someone through sexual sin, addiction, or abuse. FLEE comes along side Churches to help with that equipping. To have us out to your church, youth group, or camp for training in these sensitive issues, please contact us.
We exist to catalyze the tough conversations about sexual sin, addiction, and abuse within the context of the church. So naturally, we’d love to come out and do just that with your church, youth group, camp, conference, Bible study, or chapel To book us for your next event, please fill out this form, and if possible, we will come out for free!
May 13, 2014 · No Comments
Technology can be a great asset when used correctly. Unfortunately, it has opened a gateway for young girls to exploit themselves to strangers, for young boys to pursue girls and demand nudes from them; it has made access to explicit material, which I despise, all too easy.Technology can be a great asset when used correctly. Unfortunately, it has opened a gateway for young girls to exploit themselves to strangers, for young boys to pursue girls and demand nudes from them; it has made access to explicit material, which I despise, all too easy.
April 24, 2014 · No Comments
In this reblog from RELEVANT Magazine (and we know, our second post about Game of Thrones), Tyler Huckabee, managing editor of RELEVANT, exposes the backlash in popular culture against unnecessary and explicit sex scenes in TV and movies. Could this be an unexpected, though completely warranted, shift in culture?
April 22, 2014 · No Comments
What do you think of when you hear this phrase? If you don’t picture Barney Stinson’s glowing yet cocky grin as he epic-ly stares off into the distance, then you’re either too young to watch How I Met Your Mother, or you’re too old to watch How I Met Your Mother. But if you have seen the ever popular CBS sitcom, then you know that “Suit Up!” is the catchphrase to Neil Patrick Harris’ womanizing and deceptively charming Barney Stinson. I just want to make one thing clear: Barney Stinson is the OPPOSITE of a man.
March 2, 2014 · No Comments
There are beneficial choices a parent can make and damaging choices as well when it comes to dealing with your child and their struggle with pornography. While these aren't rules as a means to fix the problem, there are thoughts to consider which can be helpful in the long run. Understand that there is no cookie cutter formula—as parents you know your child best—but this is a road map to help you. Without further delay, here are five helpful tips for parents.