We thought you might like to know which of WGA’s blogs got the most views last year, so you can revisit them and/or take a look in case you missed them.
First up, we’ve got an article by Mary Heathman called “My 4 Year-Old is Touching Himself Down There, What Do I Do?” This particular blog was originally published in April of 2017, but continues to get a lot of reads. For 2019, it clocked in over 12,000 views!
Next up, we have “5 Characteristics of Addiction” by a WGA Leader.
An article by Scott Kingry, called “Time, Space and Resources: What Parents Need When You’re Coming Out as Gay or Lesbian” got quite a lot of views as well.
A blog by one of our leaders, “Emotional Dependency: A Woman’s Personal Story” had some good traction with our readers.
Rounding out the top 5 for 2019, Scott’s article called “The Safety Dance: Finding Safe People/Being a Safe Person”
Thanks for reading! We look forward to sharing more articles with you in 2020!
Executive DirectorIn the spring of 1995, the conflict Roger felt between his faith and his sexuality, as well as an addiction to pornography, led him to WGA. His personal journey has provided him unique insights into sexuality and the pain of adversity, which he shares through his testimony, facilitation of small groups, writing and public speaking. Roger began working with WGA in October of 1996 as the Assistant office Manager. Since that time, he has worn many hats and served in several different positions, including Assistant Program Director and Operations Director. In April of 2007, Roger assumed the position of Executive Director. Roger attended West Texas A&M University, where he studied Music Business. Much of his training has been “on the job,” where he was mentored by the ministry’s Founder, Mary Heathman, and the Program Director, Scott Kingry. He holds a BA from West Texas A&M University. Roger, his wife Jill, and their daughter Julia and son William, attend Celebration Community Church where Jill serves as Associate Pastor.
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