Video Course


Mapping a Godly Path in the Wake of Your Spouse’s Adultery or Addiction to Pornography


How long does it take to complete the course?
As long as you need. While recovery is a difficult and challenging process, it is also as individual as you are. Much depends on where you start your recovery, how well you know yourself, your Bible literacy, and how quickly you are ready to change old patterns of thinking (Romans 12:2). It is recommended you take a minimum of 3-5 days to complete each lesson including the video, assignment, and exploration of the supplementary resources.
How often do I receive my course modules?

From the course dashboard, you will have access to the first two modules when you register. Thereafter, and to help you stay on course, you will receive access to one additional module including all the lessons and the corresponding Self-Care lesson every 10 days.

How long can I access the course?

You have lifetime access to all the course materials including module videos, assignments, supplementary resources, and all new material as it is added.

Do I have to be a Christian or know the Bible to benefit from the course?
You do not need to be a Bible scholar prior to beginning this course, however, some Bible knowledge will be helpful. If you do have Biblical relationship with God, the lessons will dramatically improve your intimacy with Him. If you do not have a Biblical faith, the course will nurture your understanding of the scriptures and open your eyes to God’s infinite love and compassion (Romans 10:17).
Is this course only for women?
No. While the majority of spouses committing adultery or addicted to pornography are men, the numbers of women are growing. That means more and more husbands (men) will find themselves working through their own betrayal recovery.
How private is the i2i online community?
It’s a private and confidential as you want it to be. You can use whatever username or avatar you like. Nobody but the administrator (me) can view your name or email address without your permission. I am very serious about protecting your privacy and your confidential information (1 John 2:5).
What if my spouse is abusive?
Please note this course is designed for difficult marriages, not dangerous ones. If you are in an environment that is not safe, we encourage you to seek help as your safety is of primary importance. In the US, we recommend you contact the National Domestic Violence Violence Hotline as soon as possible. There are two ways:
  • Call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) and talk to a trained advocate available 24/7/365
  • Live Chat 24/7/365
or outside the US, find a local domestic abuse help agency near you.