Your Guide to starting A Group

A lot of people are startled by the fact that 97% of Christian men have viewed pornography. Worse yet, our recent survey shows that one-third of young Christian men are addicted to porn and one-third of married Christian men will have an affair! The problem is that the church doesn’t really know what to do. It’s a topic that people don’t want to talk about. So, it is avoided –even at the cost of hearts.

Although Proven Men groups can work in several different ways, the strongest groups are sponsored by a local church. This connection allows the group leader to do the following:



Whether you are a lay leader or a pastor, it’s easy to bring Proven Men into your church.

How Do I Get Started?

Proven Men groups are easy to start because, we help you set it up. No matter your role in the church, you can help bring the study to your congregation.


The good news is that you, as a pastor, don’t need to lead a group or even counsel every man in your church.

Your primary role as a pastor is to empower men in your church – whether on leadership or not – to start Proven Men groups using our turnkey solutions. Our guides and training materials are so comprehensive that there is little restriction on who can be a leader. Whether a man is experiencing victory in stages or has been free for 20 years, we equip them to help others fight sexual sin.

Two pastoral actions facilitate this:

1.Create an open and honest culture where sexual integrity is discussed.

  1. 2. Put into place safe men that will walk alongside those that struggle.

We specially created a comprehensive Leader’s Guide to help your leaders get started. Our Guide is designed so that anyone with a heart or burden for helping men experience victory can lead. It walks you step-by-step through every part of the process including

  • How to make the decision to lead
  • Selecting group members
  • Dealing with difficult people
  • Guiding  discussions during meetings

It only takes one man to have an eternal impact. If you have struggled (or are struggling) with a pornography addiction, you know first hand how much of a hold it can have on someone’s life.  You don’t have to be pastor or scholar, and you don’t have to be perfect to be a leader. You just have to have a heart that is willing to be used by God. If you can read a book and push play on a video – you can be a Proven Men leader.

Either of our Leader’s Guides, one-on-one or group, contain all of the information needed for men to work together towards victory.


Grab a study and a couple of men to get started – we’ll provide everything you need.

The Proven Path to Sexual Integrity

The Proven Path to sexual integrity is more than just a program. It’s a journey to lasting freedom.

How to Become a Proven Church

There are men in your church that hurting, lonely, and being controlled by sin. Will you help your church become a Proven Church?

Encourage Sexual Purity in the Church

The church can build up its body and grow in holiness together by pursuing sexual integrity informed by Biblical truths.

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Proven Men is not a band-aid to cover up the issue. Our guides walk men through the root of their struggles, and works to fix them from the heart. The biggest reason why most men fail is because they don’t journey with an accountability partner, and Proven Men provides someone to walk with them on their journey. 

As a pastor or leader in your church, you have the opportunity to change how men view sexual integrity and we ask that you seriously consider becoming a Proven Church. Download the “How to Become a Proven Church” Infographic (right) to help spread the message in your community.

We have a vision of helping 1 million men experience freedom, but we can’t do this without you! Become a Proven Church and enable men to find freedom through Christ! If you are ready to take the next step to become a Proven Men leader, or would like more information, please reach out to our Executive Director, Nick.