Christian recording artist Clay Crosse says a career-threatening infection was a sign from God for him to come clean about his porn addiction.

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"I was living a lie. I had one face I showed to the world and another one only I knew about," Crosse told the Memphis Commercial Appeal. "I was drowning in sin, but I just didn't want to admit it. I never committed adultery physically, but in my mind I had, and it endangered my marriage."

His illness prompted him to confess his addiction to his wife and seek help.

As a result, the couple formed HolyHomes Ministries and wrote a book about their experience, "I Surrender All: Rebuilding a Marriage Broken by Pornography."