Nick Vitellaro: Sincerely Freedom (Spoken Word) (2)
By Ella Chan On August 5, 2013
I wrote this piece because I wanted to address the topic of pornography and addiction. A priority from the start was to be real, raw, and relatable. The best way to do this was to share my story, but I wanted to do it in a unique way. So basically, the concept of the poem is me writing a letter to myself when I was first exposed to porn. It is me telling myself what I wish I would have known before I opened that door.
My hope is that this poem highlights the goodness of Jesus over the bondage of pornography. The sincere freedom is that which is found in Jesus. My hope for this poem is that it would spark conversation in churches, small groups, and families about addictions to porn. I pray that my vulnerability inspires others to really address the issue of porn, and recognize the freedom Jesus brings to the table.
Porn Kills, Jesus Saves.