By Dan S. Spencer III
Ever struggled to find the right words to talk about the threat of pornography with your kids? Too many of us avoid the subject, depending on simple technology filters to protect them. Yet children at very early ages are under attack and at risk to fall prey to pornography addiction. As parents, we must be prepared to deal with the issue head-on.
Every Parent’s Battle: A Family Guide to Resisting Pornography not only exposes the frightening prevalence of pornography in our sex-obsessed culture, it equips parents with concrete and tested strategies to educate their kids about intimacy, human dignity, and sexuality as God intended it to be.
“Dan Spencer’s new book … provides Catholic and other parents with tools and strategies that are aimed at prevention, rather than recovery, in the spiritual battle for the virtue of chastity…. I heartily recommend this book for your family’’s happiness and the joyful embracing of life and dignity offered to us by Jesus Christ.”
— ARCHBISHOP JOSEPH F. NAUMANN, ARCHDIOCESE OF KANSAS CITY, KANSAS
“The Roman Empire was a pornographic society - with all the misery that implies - but our own society is far worse. History shows that this problem can be overcome in only one way: the way of the Christian family. Dan Spencer shows us, in practical terms, what that means for us as parents. Reading this book is not just a good idea. It’s a duty.”
— MIKE AQUILINA, EWTN HOST AND AUTHOR OF SEVEN REVOLUTIONS: HOW CHRISTIANITY CHANGED THE WORLD AND CAN CHANGE IT AGAIN
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dan S. Spencer III is a writer and speaker who travels the country educating people of all ages on resisting pornography. He has been a guest on EWTN television and radio. He is the former executive director of the National Fellowship of Catholic Men, a board member of the annual Men of Valor anti-pornography conference, a co-founder of the Catholic Business Network, and the founder of Project Patriarch, an apostolate for men over fifty. Dan and his wife, Linda, have four children and eleven grandchildren. They live in a suburb of Kansas City, Kansas.