He lays the Foundation in Part One where he addresses five helpful issues. The “Foundations for Healing Sexual Brokenness” focuses solely on the Lord Jesus and the inability of anything a person can do on his own to help himself. His character descriptions of God are helpful as a sexual addict seeks God’s power to be transformed. Chapter two, “God, My Father,” doesn’t lay blame on earthly fathers, but explains God the Father’s design for how to relate to Him, because of how He relates to us. It is clear, balanced and inviting. Chapter three, “Living by Grace Rather Than Performance,” establishes that grace is not a license to sin, but a freedom to live by God’s grace, rather than by rules or performance. Excellent principles amplify the clarity of God’s grace in healing sexual addiction. Chapter four, “The Divine Intent for Sexuality,” delineates God’s wholesome purposes for sex and how God completes individuals supernaturally. And Chapter five, “Root sources for Improper Sexual Development,” develops a broad understanding of all the competing influences into a man’s life that can support him or pull him crashing down.
David Foster has added a significant dimension to the sexual addiction discussion. Because of the insidious nature of pornography and sexual immorality, men (and women) need to be led into God’s word through helpful tools like this. May God grant men freedom from this horrible epidemic.