We will begin an additional SAMPG group at each Tuesday night at 6:30-8:00pm. The location is the Library at Holy Trinity Catholic School at 3750 William D Tate RD ( HWY 121) in Grapevine, 76051.
We will be adding additional groups in 2014, so please visit the website often for updates.
The VIGILENCE Group began on January 19, 2013. Like the St. Augustine Groups, it also will focus on helping men in healing from pornography and other related addictions. This group is also in the process of offering support to women with similar addictions and also spouses who have been impacted.
The Location is:
3317 Finley Road Suite 120C
Irving Texas, 75061
We will meet at 9:30am every other Saturday morning beginning Jan. 19, 2013.
For more information to confirm meeting dates and times, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
OR Contact: email@example.com if you have any questions
A new group has just been started to help spouses of those who struggle with sexual or relational impurity. We provide a safe, confidential place to grieve and heal as we grow through Christ in God’s unconditional love and truth.
The location is; St. Patrick’s Cathedral-Dowtnown Ft. Worth
1308 Throckmorton, Fort Worth texas
Meeting time: Every Tuesday at 6:30pm
For more information, please contact Lisa via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear SAMPG Members,
I pray all is going well with you!
I wanted to tell you the good news that I got engaged this past weekend to my girlfriend I feel very blessed by God and am looking forward to marriage.
I owe a special thanks to you and of SAMPG. When I started going to the group I was at my darkest moment, but your witness and honesty encouraged me and gave me hope that I could be set free and healed from my addiction to pornography and sexual sin. I’m reminded of the scripture from 2 Corinthians “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” In going to SAMPG, I learned of my weakness and of my real need for the saving power of God.
I use to think that accountability, weekly meetings, daily prayer and limiting my access to computers (especially the when and where of surfing the web) were like chains that bound me, and I had a real aversion to those things. But during my time at SAMPG, and in the years since, I’ve learned that these things weren’t chains, but instead they are the key to breaking the bonds of sin. I’ve had real, lasting freedom from pornography and healing from past mistakes thanks to the great mercy of God and the lessons learned while at SAMPG.
Thank you again for your faithfulness to SAMPG, to your witness to hope, and to your humble testimony of God’s great power.
Name Withheld for anonymity
Catholic Men’s Purity
“Blessed are the pure of heart, for they shall see God”
Support for Catholic men in overcoming Porn and other sexual addictions