About TrueNorth

TrueNorth helps individuals, families, and ministries navigate our sex-saturated culture. We lead them to resources that foster authentic conversations. As we learn how to talk about sexual issues with grace and compassion relationships will be strengthened, kids will be better prepared for the challenges, and the Church will become more effective in leading many to true freedom in Christ.

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Testimonials

“The TrueNorth materials are so relevant for our times. It is great to be talking about these things in a Church setting and with biblical truths to guide us.”

“It feels good to begin normalizing the conversation about sexual integrity issues.”

“I am more sensitive to consider how sexual integrity may impact the people I engage with; I want to be a healing voice, not hurting.”

“Beautiful reminders of God meeting us each as we are AND loving us in our messiness.”

A Need for Compassionate Conversation

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Men Who Regularly View Porn
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Men Who Think They Are Addicted to Porn
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Younger Women Who Regularly View Porn
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Divorces Impacted by Porn

We are all broken people living in a broken world. Sadly, porn use is about as common among Christians and non-Christians. For many, the replayed messages of shame and condemnation ring loud and clear, while Christ’s words of hope and freedom get lost in the noise. We’re bringing truth from science and scripture, so both adults and children will be better equipped to handle the challenges of this culture. Through our work with ministry leaders, we’re helping the Church become a safe place for honest conversation, healing and growth. 2 Corinthians 12:9 says God’s grace is sufficient for us, and His power is made perfect in weakness. Let’s start the conversation. Source

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Stories 

“Stories” is our home for blog posts, features, reviews and more. Please share our content so many more can find hope for their struggles with sexual sin and porn. 

1601, 2017

The Heart, Eyes, and Feet of Repentance

In my blog last week, I wrote about the confession of my addiction to pornography. The revelation, or confession, of my sin to God was the key to the gate of freedom. But I don’t think the gate really swung

801, 2017

Revealing the Heart

There’s no socially acceptable way to say this: I struggled with pornography for decades, and it became an addiction 10 years ago. The pull was merciless. I was desperate to find a way to be free of the sin that

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