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Breaking the Chains of Bondage 31 January 2015

To Leaders and Parents,



Please let your people know that Maurice Harker, Director of the Sons of Helaman program, will be
doing a special 4 hour training on 31 January 2015 from 8am-noon.  It will be available in-person (Centerville,
Utah) or via webinar.  It is called, “Breaking
the Chains of Bondage”.

This training is specifically for LDS parents and religious
leaders who would like effective perspectives and tools designed to empower
youth (12-24) to win the battle against pornography and other sexual
misbehaviors.  As you know, most philosophies
have either a purely scientific or a spiritual approach to prevention and
recovery.  Sons of Helaman is known for
its customized integration of cutting edge science with eternal principles and
spiritual experiences.  Hundreds of young
men have been able to win this war so they can go on missions and return to the
temple due to the training provided by the Sons of Helaman program.  Maurice Harker and his team now make
available the Eternal Warriors program
which takes the material used in Sons of Helaman and makes it usable for
parents and church leaders to help before the problem reaches its worst level
(See “The
4 Levels”).
For those who would prefer an openly religious approach to
the science of sexual addiction prevention and recovery, you will want to
attend this premier training.
Call 877-HERO-877 or email sofhoutreach@gmail.com for questions
and registration.
To learn more about the philosophies and principles taught
by the Sons of Helaman program, read, “Like
Dragons Did They Fight”
by Maurice Harker.

If you hadn’t heard, there is an adult (for married men)
version of Sons of Helaman available now called, Men of
Moroni
.  And for the wives who are
trying to recover from this type of trauma in their marriages, the
W-O-R-T-H group
is now free!

One Response so far.

  1. Anonymous says:

    I would very much like to know if the person who posted the previous comment is a licensed therapist. If so, I would like to exchange contact information. Your words gave life to what I've been experiencing for almost two years and I want to know more about how to heal from this kind of trauma. Thank you.

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