"But the heartbreaking thing to me is to see that the younger you go, the more acceptable porn is, the younger you go the more watched the porn, the younger you go the less porn is a moral issue or sin or outside God's loving plan for us." Another finding is that many more young females are using porn than older women.
Thirty-three percent of females 13 to 24 years old seek out porn at least once a month. And the Church is woefully unprepared to fight back.
The Committee stated that existing criminal laws, many of which pre-date the advent of social media, were “generally appropriate” to deal with instances of revenge porn, trolling, cyber-bullying and other online offences.
The Committee highlighted the powers of the criminal authorities to pursue prosecutions under various statutes including the Protection from Harassment Act 1977, the Malicious Communications Act 1988 and the Communications Act 2003.
Only 7 percent of churches have any program to help members deal with pornography.
Josh Mc Dowell Ministries and Covenant Eyes are now organizing a conference in Fayettteville, North Carolina, called the Set Free Global Summit.