This group is designed specifically for wives whose husbands have confessed and wrestle with the sexual sin of pornography. As wives it can often be difficult to love and support our husbands, especially if they are battling a sin that so directly impacts us and our families.  However, God has given us the power to not only heal but to extend grace and forgiveness towards our spouses in the midst of such a painful process. Whether you have just recently found out about your spouse’s pornography struggle or have walked this road for years, this group will be a healthy and safe place to process where you are in your journey. You will be able to sit alongside other women who have experienced the harmful effects of their spouse’s pornography use and be encouraged by the reality that you are not alone.

In this five week group you will learn more about the negative effects of pornography as well as biblical truths of God’s love and grace towards us as his beloved children. We will touch on issues of shame, anger, bitterness, forgiveness, reconciliation and restoration. We will also explore how to process and share your feelings honestly even when your spouse’s use of pornography continues.

During your time in this group you can expect:

  • Mental health education as well as biblical insight
  • Group processing and exploration of feelings/beliefs
  • Support and encouragement
  • A better understanding of your role as a wife in dealing with your husband’s sin struggles
  • Greater awareness of yourself and identity in Christ


Jessica McDaniel is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been on staff with the Austin Stone Counseling Center since 2011. She and her husband have been married for 8 years and have three young daughters.




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5-week group beginning April 9th

Thursday mornings from 9:30-11am


$25/person per session or $125 total for the 5 weeks.

You can pay each week or all up front but you will be charged the total cost unless you have to miss in the event of sickness or emergency.