Register as an accountability partner!
We are glad to welcome you today at free!ndeed. You are here because a participant of our online course would like to have you as his accountability partner during his participation in the course.
Your support will make a very important contribution to the participant’s coming into his God-given freedom. Here we will tell you how to register and what to expect:
Have you already purchased an online course with us? Then the course participant can enter your email into his profile so that you can become his accountability partner. You do not have to register again.
If you have not yet purchased a course with us, please register below as an accountability partner.
Free!ndeed is an association that aims to help men and women out of pornography & masturbation addiction, to strengthen them in their identity and to provide assistance on the path to their calling.
Our vision is to see liberated men and women equipped for spiritual warfare, fueling growth in their community, living in their calling, and becoming revivalists throughout Europe.
Many at free!ndeed have personally experienced how Jesus set us free from many years of addiction to pornography and masturbation. We want to share that freedom with others!
The online courses from free!ndeed are always structured in such a way that the participant reads through the individual chapters and answers questions about them. In each chapter there is a short video and in depth content to read. Also, there are Bible verses and personal questions that the participant answers. All of our online courses are based on Biblical truths, our personal experiences, and most importantly, our daily encounters with Jesus.
Through the principles of this online course we have experienced freedom and redemption ourselves. Therefore our hearts are full of hope that many more men and women will be able to enjoy this freedom with us. The main element of our course is not the theological or psychological interpretation of the subject matter, but to generate space for the course participant to encounter God personally, through His Word or through the structure of the chapters which are designed to deeper your relation with God. We believe that this is the starting point for healing and freedom, but also the very catalyst that keeps the process going.
The goal of the course is to bring each participant significantly closer to healing and freedom from her regular pornography use, masturbation, or impure thoughts. The focus is not on merely changing ‘symptoms’, but rather on God completely changing a life deep within. We share honestly from our experiences, give practical tips, go deep into God’s Word and challenge the participant to take radical steps.
At the end of each chapter there is a time for accountability. In this area, the participant answers how she has been doing since the last session in her relationship with Jesus and in relation to pornography use and masturbation.
Here is where you come in!
The answers to the questions asked in each lesson, which also include deep experiences and desires, are summarized in a PDF file. This PDF is sent after the completion of each lesson not only to the participant, but also to you. This PDF is optionally password-encrypted by the participant. If she chooses a password, she will personally share it with you.
Once you have registered with free!ndeed, you will receive a confirmation email in which you have to confirm your email address. After this confirmation we will meet again and give you a more detailed overview of the course, our 5 principles of freedom and give you tips for your role as an accountability partner.
Advice from free!ndeed:
“We do NOT recommend that the course participant chooses his spouse as his accountability partner. His spouse is directly affected by his addiction and therefore needs special protection. One cause of addiction is isolation and loneliness among men. Therefore we recommend that a friend, pastor or mentor becomes his accountability partner. We encourage him to go into prayer and ask God who should be his accountability partner”.