Clay Cross, Scott Krippayne, Rick Altizer contribute to anti-pornography album.

A NEW ALBUM by several of America's leading Christian music artists targeted at people struggling with pornography has been released in the US. 'Somebody's Daughter' on the Music For The Soul label features songs from Clay Crosse, Scott Krippayne and Rick Altizer plus poetry, Scripture and stories from people who have battled to overcome pornography's lure. The title track is written by Clay Crosse, who has been open about his past struggle with pornography. In addition to Crosse' participation his wife Renee also speaks on the record about her feelings in the healing process. A book about Clay and Renee's road to healing is planned for publication in September 2005. CR

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