We Fight Porn is an arm of the Center for Christian Broadcasting, Inc., a 501 c 3, non-profit religious production company based in Searcy, Ark. Our goal is to provide help, hope and freedom to those who are struggling with sexual addiction and support to their families. Clicking on the About Us link above will provide information about our staff and what they do.
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Dr. Lou Butterfield, Director
After working 38 years with Harding University, Lou chose early retirement as a Professor of Communication to work full-time with CfCB. He also opted for early social security benefits so he could work for CfCB without the burden of being paid a salary. He remains on a full-time, but unpaid status with CfCB.
He has also served as pulpit minister, deacon and youth director in various churches in Arkansas, Mississippi and Indiana. For the past 20 years he has served as pulpit minister for the Remmel church in Newport, Arkansas, 11 of which he has also served as an elder. Under his tenure the church has grown from just over 30 to nearly 200 in weekly attendance, which Butterfield attributes to “The work of the Holy Spirit, a lot of prayer and dedicated workers.” Butterfield was a columnist for the Newport Independent, where his weekly articles appeared for over eleven years. He is a sought after speaker on church growth and on the dangers of Internet pornography.
Butterfield is the Executive Producer of The Mouse Trap, The Dangers of Internet Pornography, an 18 lesson, 9 hour DVD series designed to help those struggling with sexual addiction and their families. A number of therapists are using this series in their practices and are finding it very helpful as a component of their treatment. Butterfield is also the Executive Producer of Missing Micah, a one hour thirty-eight minute documentary on the life and shooting death of Micah Rine Pate at the hands of her husband, which shows among other things, the effects of addiction on a marriage.
Butterfield is often a guest speaker at churches and Christian schools on the Dangers of Internet Pornography and is able to provide a single lesson to an entire seminar on the topic. He has spoken at numerous venues across the country and also in Greece.
Having completed the certification requirements for Treating Sexual Addiction from the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) Butterfield is presently working toward the Pastoral Sex Addiction Professional (PSAP) certification from the International Institute for Trauma & Addiction Professionals (IITAP.)
Butterfield received his Doctorate in Educational Technology from Texas Tech University in 1989. His dissertation was an in depth study of the Amazing Grace Bible Class, a national television program produced by the Madison Church of Christ in Madison, Tennessee. Prior to this he received both his Master of Science (74) and his Educational Specialist Degree (75) from Indiana University in Instructional Technology. His B.A. was granted by Harding University in Bible and speech (69) and he studied for one year at the Harding School of Bible and Religion in Memphis, Tennessee.
Stephen Hammonds – Editor and Videographer
After working in the production business for 17 years, mostly in secular positions, Hammonds decided to use his skills for the Lord on a full-time basis and accepted an offer from CfCB, Inc. to work as an editor and videographer.
Hammonds and wife, Shannon, live in Searcy, Arkansas where Shannon is employed by the White County Medical Center. They are members of the Highway congregation in Judsonia, Arkansas.
Stephen Hammonds hails from Ventura, California where he was born and raised. He moved to Arkansas to attend Harding University and graduated in 1999 receiving his BA in Communication with an emphasis in Electronic Media. While still a student, Stephen started his professional career as a cameraman and editor for TV3, a local TV station. Within one year, Hammonds was promoted to Production Manager and learned to balance his studies with the start of a professional career.
Hammonds met his future wife among his peers in the communication department. After graduation, he and fiancée, Shannon Sullivan where married in Fresno, California where they lived for six months before returning to Arkansas. Hammonds accepted his second stent as Production Manager of TV3 where he remained until 2004.
In 2004 Hammonds began a video ministry with Truth for Today World Mission School in Searcy where he designed and built a very practical and useable production studio and video-editing suite. Until his departure, Hammonds produced numerous projects for use in the United States and abroad. In 2007, he accepted the position of Studio Manager for Ron Sherman Tele-productions in Little Rock. It was there that he excelled in his production skills: working with tight deadlines, traveling on location shots, and shooting and editing over 200 national and international commercials every month.