Hi! I'm Amy Riordan. Years ago I told my husband that I would never share my story with anyone. (I should have known better!) I thought I was alone in my struggles for so many years. When I started my blog, though, I discovered that was very far from the truth.
Jesus has changed my life, and He continues to transform me from the inside out. No matter what you are dealing with, you are not alone! Jesus can heal your heart and set you free, and you can walk with Him in freedom. ❤️
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How easy is it for you to talk to God about your temptations? (I’m talking about those temptations and struggles you face that you hesitate telling other people about, let alone God!) We know that God is already aware of our struggles, but many of us still often have great difficulty specifically talking to God about them.
For example, I used to ask God to forgive me when I sinned, but it was more like, “God, please forgive me for that.” instead of being able to say, “God, please forgive me for looking at porn again.”
Part of me was afraid of what would happen if I admitted to continually being tempted by things I knew He hated. The shame I felt made it difficult to even say certain words out loud. I was so disappointed in myself, and I didn’t even want to think about how God felt about it all. Continue reading
God created sex. It is good and pleasing to Him when it stays within the parameters of what He designed it for. If you know anything about my testimony, you know that God has done a lot in my life regarding pornography and same sex attractions. While God has healed my heart and set me free greatly in these areas, I have found myself hesitating (and a bit overwhelmed) with when and how to bring up the topic of sex with my kids. Continue reading
This is a podcast interview where I share my testimony and answer some questions regarding Christians who have same sex attractions. If you are having trouble accessing the podcast, this is the direct link.
A few of the points we talked about:
- I shared some of my testimony.
- Is being gay a choice?
- How do we handle someone in our church who struggles with same sex attractions?