How To Address Sexual Addiction
In The Church

Sexual addiction is a seemingly insurmountable problem that has taken up residence in the church. The good news is that Jesus has broken the power of all sin, including sexual sin. The bad news is that many in our churches are not living out of this reality. To effectively deal with this problem, we must understand the cycle of addiction and honestly face the key underlying heart issues, as well as learn to enjoy sex as the good gift that God intended.

Date & Time

Registration & Fees

Thursday, June 6
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Early Bird (ends May 27): $45
Regular rate: $55


Group Pricing (5+ people)

1166 Avenue of the Americas
16th Floor, Great Room
Early Bird (ends May 27): $40
Regular rate: $45
To register, please email
[email protected]

This workshop will provide an overview of the nature of sexual addiction, how it typically functions, and why it seems impossible to overcome. In addition, we will discuss what our churches need to do in order to help those who are stuck in the cycle, including:

  • How to help people fight with hope
  • Recognizing genuine repentance
  • Understanding false intimacy as central to sex addiction

Workshop Speaker

Nick Darrell

Nick Darrell completed a bachelor’s in English and Spanish at University of Massachusetts Amherst before obtaining a master’s in religion from Westminster Theological Seminary, where he studied counseling and biblical studies. Nick has been leading the Sexual Integrity counseling group at Redeemer Counseling for several years. He also works with individuals, couples and families, as well as adolescents helping them through challenging relationships, suffering and destructive patterns. He is particularly drawn to counseling people who struggle with relationship problems, anxiety, sexual issues and difficult family histories.