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No More Addictions

When Caleb is tempted by a pornographic advertisement on the Internet, he decides to destroy his computer to resist the temptation.

Themes: Integrity, Choices, Steadfast, Temptation, Sin, Distraction, Lust, Vulnerability, Trials, Problems, Conviction, Pornography, Sin Nature, Sanctification, Solution, Addiction, Resolve, Vice, Righteousness, Fortitude

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Main Idea: Parasites Need To Be Destroyed

Scene Setup: Caleb and Catherine have been married for seven years, but their marriage has spiraled down to the place where it seems divorce is inevitable. Caleb’s father, John, brought Caleb a 40 Day Marriage Restoration book that...

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Comments (4)

  • teawnn (about 1 year ago)

    I love this movie too!

  • pneser (about 1 year ago)

    are you kidding me? first, he destroyed his monitor, not his computer. second, this is a complete joke. i really hope other people are not stupid enough to believe any of this is realistic.

  • Godman21 (about 1 year ago)

    Me too! This was my favorite episode of Growing Pains!

  • valissa (over 3 years ago)

    I loved this movie!

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"Fireproof" movie clips poster

Never Leave Your Partner Behind.

In Albany, the marriage of Caleb end Catherine Holt is in crisis and they decide to divorce. However, Caleb’s father, John, proposes that his son delays their separation process for forty days and follow a procedure called “The Love Dare” to make them love each other again.

MPAA: Rated PG for thematic material and some peril.

Principal Cast: Kirk Cameron, Erin Bethea and Ken Bevel

Director: Alex Kenrick
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