Craig Gross is an author, speaker, pastor, and revolutionary. He shot to prominence in 2002 when he founded the website XXXchurch.com as a response to the hurting he saw both in those addicted to pornography and those who made their living in the porn industry. The XXXchurch website mixes the seedy with the sacred in an effort to raise the often taboo subject of pornography as a problem that needed to be dealt with. In the 10 years since it began, XXXchurch.com has had over 70 million visitors to the website and his ministry is the subject of an award winning documentary.
Craig also spearheaded the development of X3watch, an internet accountability system that is used by over 1 million people. Craig is the author of nine books and has been featured in GQ magazine,Newsweek, Time, Wired, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times,and has appeared on Good Morning America, Nightline, CNN, Fox News, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He currently resides in Los Angeles CA with his wife Jeanette and their two children Nolan and Elise.
His most recent book is called Touchy Subjects - How To Talk To Your Kids About Sex, Tech and Social Media In a Touchscreen World.
Craig’s notable titles include:
Touchy Subjects -
How To Talk To Your Kids About Sex, Tech and Social Media In a Touchscreen World
See-Through Life - What Happens When you get real, get honest, get accountable
Open - What Happens When You Get Real, Get Honest and Get Accountable.
The Volunteer’s Back Pocket Guide To Sex: Guiding Teenagers on Issues From Pornography to Purity [with Cris Clapp Logan, Group Publishing 2012]
Eyes of Integrity: The Porn Pandemic and How It Affects You [with Jason Harper, Baker Books, 2010]
Pure Eyes: A Man’s Guide to Sexual Integrity [also by Steven Luff, Baker Books, 2010]
Jesus Loves You, This I Know [with Jason Harper, Baker Books, 2009]
Starving Jesus: Off the Pew, into the World [also by J.R. Mahon, David C. Cook, 2007]
The Dirty Little Secret: Uncovering the Truth Behind Porn [with Carter Krummrich, Zondervan, 2006]
The Gutter: Where Life Is Meant to Be Lived [Relevant, 2005]
Questions You Cant Ask Your Mama About Sex [also by Mike Foster, Zondervan/Youth Specialties, 2005]