Paul Schroeder-Haag MS, MA

Christian Family Solutions
4351 W. College Avenue Suite 410
Appleton, WI 54914

  • Professional Counselor & Substance Abuse Counselor
  • Specializes in individuals and families
  • Addiction/substance abuse, anxiety, depression
  • Member Assistance Program (MAP)

Kent Robinson, MA, LPC

Christian Family Solutions
Saginaw – Michigan High School Clinic
Mt Pleasant – Faith Lutheran Church

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (Michigan)
  • Specializes in adolescents, families, and marriage counseling
  • Available for video counseling in Michigan via telehealth
  • Member Assistance Program (MAP)
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Am I A Sex Addict?

The good folks over at Covenant Eyes want to help you answer your most secret question: Am I a sex addict?

We at CtC encourage you to take a look at this article if youve ever, even furtively, wondered about your sexual behavior. It is worth the 5-10 minutes of personal reflection. We also encourage you to compassionately share this with anyone you know who may be struggling with sexual addiction – but carefully. Maybe it would be best for you to have a more informal conversation about this before you drop the bomb of “I think you are addicted to sex” on them.

Finally, NOTE this: overcoming sinful behavior, expecially addiction, is difficult (as the article notes.) But it is much, much easier through Jesus. He has already suffered the consequences of our foolishness on the cross. He has already overcome the punishment we caused him to bear through his resurrection. He is investing in you, with his body and blood, his time and attention, his Spirit and his love, so that you can know you are not alone in this fight.

In fact, when you overcome your sexual addiction, you will be able to point to Jesus as the one who made it possible. Are you a sex addict? Perhaps. Are you a conqueror? Absolutely.

Read Am I A Sex Addict at Covenant Eyes

Rainbow Savior

Rainbow Savior

Rainbow Savior (RS), by Rev. Monday, is an extremely helpful book for the Christian community and the homosexual. A Christian can use this as a reliable guide through the minefields of the homosexual debate. RS addresses the struggling homosexual in Part I with a call to return back to Christ, the loving and forgiving God. Part II speaks to the Christian congregation as they face the issues surrounding homosexuality.

Getting Out of The Cycle of Sin

Encouragement partner guide

The Conquerors through Christ team is pleased to offer a guide to help both people caught (or formerly caught) in the sin of pornography use AND the people in their lives who want to help them.  If you are at all familiar with strategies for fighting addictions, you have heard the term “Accountability Partner.”  While providing accountability is a worthwhile and necessary effort, we are convinced that providing gospel motivation with the accountability is better suited to meaningful lasting change and spiritual growth.  The guide examines biblical and practical elements of this vital effort and will equip both the user/former user and the encouragement partner with helpful ideas for a blessed partnership.

Encouragement partner guide

I Loved A Girl

I Loved A Girl

One of the great difficulties the church faces in talking about sex is the pervasive attitude that the only real barriers to sex are age and consent. Thus the only way to sin sexually is to have sex with someone who is unwilling or underage, or to have sex with one person while there is still a commitment to another. Even then, we don’t call it “adultery,” we call it “cheating;” the same word we use for not following a diet or the rules of a game.

Prayer. Does It Make Any Difference?

Prayer. Does It Make Any Difference?

Perhaps the best way to describe Prayer by Philip Yancey is by using the adjectives “devotional” and “slow.” Prayer cannot be rushed. It requires the slowing down of activity and a contemplative mind. “Contemplative” is another useful adjective to describe Yancey’s examination of Christian prayer. Through careful attention to the realities of daily life, as well as to God’s promises as they are applied to daily life, Yancey dissects Christian prayer with a raw honesty that resonates with the reader.

Breaking The Cycle

Breaking The Cycle

Breaking the Cycle by George Collins brings an interesting and perhaps unorthodox look into recovery from sexual addiction. By “unorthodox” I am specifically meaning that as a Christian Psychologist from a WELS Lutheran background I am particularly trained to filter resources from a confessional Lutheran worldview and at first glance this book does not fit the bill.

The Search For Significance

The Search for Significance

When I selected this book for reading and review, I will honestly admit, I was out to debunk what I thought would be another book promoting humanistic philosophies of self-esteem. When I saw the title, red flags appeared. I assumed it was the kind of Christian self-help book what would promote the Laws of good works over the Gospel of Jesus’ redemption and forgiveness. Happily, I was mistaken – feeling great relief that Mr. McGee placed the sole emphasis on Christ. “…the point is clear that Christ is the source of our security; Christ is the basis of our worth; Christ is the only one who promises and never fails.”

Is your church ready to help people who struggle with porn?

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