Accountability That Works

There is a great article at Breaking Free, the blog for Covenant Eyes about how to make the most of your accountability relationships.

This piece discusses the importance of being specific; how vagueness masks the real issues and will keep men from actually benefiting from their accountability relationships.

Men often use language that is ambiguous or purposefully blurry when talking about their struggle because of the shame involved.

Real accountability cuts through that and isn’t satisfied with answers such as: “I’m doing alright.”

It should be noted that the article which is linked in the Covenant Eyes blog post, titled “Slaying the Dragon,” is not related to my manuscript of the same name.

Rather, it’s simply the title of the essay written by Dave Powlison of CCEF.

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