Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) February 2, 2011
On the day of America’s biggest game, more than 300 churches will tackle one of America’s biggest problems by observing National Porn Sunday on Feb. 6.
Founder of XXXchurch.com, is now looking to have the Porn Sunday video simulcast available in "REHAB" for Charlie Sheen.
In a letter posted on the XXXchurch.com website Gross writes,
We know you have a thing for porn. We know you like porn stars. We know your have admitted your life is falling apart all around you. We can't promise you any porn stars in this video but if you like football we got a few NFL stars in the video.
Everyone keeps their clothes on and the music soundtrack is not as hot as those XXX films but I think you will enjoy the words that are being shared and be encouraged by the message.
Porn is dangerous. It will take you to places you never thought you would go. National Porn Sunday is all about helping people get free.
I don't know what they have you doing in Rehab but Sunday before the game, what about watching Porn Sunday. The video will be playing all day long this Sunday at http://www.pornsunday.com and http://www.xxxchurch.com.
“It’s the Sunday of the Super Bowl, and the game generates huge numbers,” organizer Craig Gross said. “It is estimated that 95 million will watch the Super Bowl, but research shows that 40 million Americans visit porn sites every day. The porn revenue is larger than the revenues of the professional football, baseball or basketball leagues in this country.”
The heart of the Porn Sunday service will be a 35-minute video featuring a message from Gross and the personal stories of several current or former National Football League players, including quarterbacks Matt Hasselbeck of the Seattle Seahawks, Jon Kitna of the Dallas Cowboys and Josh McCown, who has been on five NFL teams but most recently played for the Hartford Colonials of the United Football League.
Also featured are defensive tackle Ryan Pickett of the Green Bay Packers, who will be playing in the Superbowl; San Diego pastor Miles McPherson, a former defensive back for the Chargers, and Eric Boles, a retired wide receiver with the New York Jets and Packers.