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Theophilus Jesunipin September 13, 2012 at 7:37 am

Today marks the end of pornography,sexual immorality,adultery,and every other sexual sin i’ve been battling with all my life.As from now,my topmost prayer point would be a friend,who would be a true accountability partner. I’m now free as God has used you to free from sexual sin which i’ve battled with for about 10 years.Praise God,am free.May your greatness in God’s hands know no boundaries in Jesus Name.

Ted Martin April 27, 2016 at 8:11 am

Creating a safe environment for accountability is definitely critical. That being said, it’s also important to make sure that accountability questions asked get to heart level matters. Guys have to feel safe and have a level of trust established in order to go to that level though. I see three main types of accountability. Cop accountability where the cop takes a “gotcha!” legalistic approach to the person being held accountable. There is also coach accountability where the coach tries to be very positive and encouraging and finally there is cardiac accountability where the person gets to heart level issues and matters with the person being held accountable. This gets at the underlying things that manifest with symptoms of acting out (porn, masturbation, affairs, etc.) The key with accountability is not just focusing on the symptoms (the habits or behaviors) which is how the person acted out (cop and coach) but to get to the underlying root issues or causes that were behind the acting out (cardiac). Check out some helpful men’s accountability group resources at: http://www.mymensgroup.net/accountability-resources.html which includes the excerpt that describes the three types of accountability that I mention above.

shepherd abakundayesu November 22, 2017 at 3:44 am

need a prayer partner, and bible study guide

Jack Wellman November 22, 2017 at 12:27 pm

Why not call your pastor and ask him about this. I am sure you can find a study friend who can pray and study with you.

Gilbert Bime August 30, 2019 at 4:43 am

I have been searching for a guide like this on Christian Accountability Partnership.
This wtiteup has really been so helpful.

Carisse October 25, 2019 at 12:21 am

Where are the verses that support your claims? Don’t you know that well be accountable for every word we speak? We should be careful that we won’t mislead people by sharing subjective words that came from our own minds because, again, we wilk be accountable for their souls. May God bless us all with the guidance of The Holy Spirit.

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