Shows Main Idea – I interviewed Nate Danser and Jordan Yoshimine with Pure Life Ministries. They currently serve on staff, but prior to coming to Pure Life Ministries, they struggled with sexual addiction, including porn, masturbation, and same-sex attraction.
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- Understanding Your Boyfriend’s Sexual Temptation
- Why Men Struggle With Sexual Temptation
- Rick and Lucia Talk About Lust In Their Marriage
Meet Jordan Yoshimine
Jordan is the Assistant Director of Counseling, working with students in the Residential Program and also with the counseling staff. He also serves as the ministry’s Events Coordinator, overseeing the Pure Life Ministries Annual Conference and other events.
Jordan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of California at Irvine. In the years before coming to Pure Life, he was involved in restaurant management: supervising, troubleshooting, training and development. He has been with the ministry since 2011.
Pure Life Ministries has been a pioneer in dealing with sexual addiction for 30 years now. In fact, we were the first to offer a residential program specifically addressing this issue. During that space of time thousands of people have found freedom through our programs and teaching materials.
Meet Nate Danser
Nate holds a Bachelor’s degree in History from Messiah College in Mechanicsburg, PA. After college he worked both as a worship leader and also as a counselor at a residential treatment facility for juvenile sex offenders. He has served in Pure Life Ministries’ Media Department since he came on board in 2009.
Are you desperate for freedom from the bondage of sexual sin? Has its impact on your relationship with God, your job, your marriage, your family – your whole life – gone too far? Have you tried the weekend workshops, computer accountability programs, recovery groups, and the other “quick-fixes” offered elsewhere?
Are you weary of empty promises of freedom that fizzle in the face of temptation? Whether you are ensnared in internet pornography, struggling with homosexuality, or involved in some other form of illicit sexual behavior, you’ve come to the right place.