Kitchen Conversations #1 – Full Disclosure

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Jason Martinkus

About Jason Martinkus

After sexual addiction almost took his life and his marriage, he began the recovery process and by the grace of God is now a free man. He was called out of the corporate world and into the ministry where today his personal mission is to help other men understand, prevent, and break free from sexual sin. As an EMB program director he speaks at events monthly, leads Sustained Victory groups, and trains leaders to help other men. Jason received his Masters Degree in Counseling from Denver Seminary and currently has a private practice in Denver, Colorado.

2 thoughts on “Kitchen Conversations #1 – Full Disclosure

  1. Thank you so much for sharing the Full Disclosure video. My husband and I have been going through some very challenging struggles in our 1 1/2 year marriage. Issues from his past as well as some from the present that have presented. He is attending EMB in Washington, DC this weekend, Praise God! I appreciate the message about the wife having the prerogative to choose what SHE NEEDS to know in situations. That is so true. The message was very candid and honest. I look forward to my husband returning from EMB and what he will bring back from the workshop. Thank you for EMB and all that you do. God Bless!

  2. Thank you both. I am so impressed with your “Kitchen” videos. You are both so articulate, conscious and clear and your ability to share what must have been such a difficult process for you both in order to help others is a testament to your integrity and open hearts. The dynamics you describe would be the same for any addiction and subsequent betrayal of trust, so your words are fundamentally about how to navigate the road nearly all of us travel at one time or another from unconscious darkness to conscious light…and you both are obviously in the light. Congratulations!

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