Filter Pricing Comparison

Written on October 20th, 2014 in Product Info by Adam

    Deciding on a content filter for your family is a big decision. There are many things to consider: features, stability, reliability, ease-of-use, the type of protection the program offers and how much you get. X3watch has it all. X3watch offers the most comprehensive accountability and filtering solution on the market today. X3watch gives … Continue reading

Open 24/7 – Open With Kim Biddle

Written on September 2nd, 2014 in Stories by Craig Gross

Kim Biddle began her work with human trafficking in 2003 when she traveled to Thailand and Cambodia in partnership with Saddleback Church and the International Justice Mission. She returned to the United States to help found the Saddleback Justice Task Force and focus on aftercare resource development for caretakers of survivors in Third World countries. … Continue reading

Open 24/7 – Open With David Dean

Written on August 1st, 2014 in Stories by Craig Gross

David Dean is one of my best friends in the world. He is a die hard Bears fan who will be disappointed once again this year as they won’t win their division. Dave and I recently wrote a book together called “Touchy Subjects.” I caught up with him in San Diego for the latest edition … Continue reading

Open 24/7 – Open With Bryan Johnston

Written on July 2nd, 2014 in Stories by Craig Gross

Bryan Johnston is a pastor and long time friend of mine and  Bryan is passionate about seeing lives restored from addictions and men and women experiencing freedom. Almost 10 years ago Bryan broke his neck while unloading some church staging for his church plant. He was paralyzed and told he would never walk again. … Continue reading

Open 24/7 – Open With Kevin Murray

Written on June 1st, 2014 in Stories by Craig Gross

In this month’s episode of Open 24/7 I sit down with a good friend of mine Kevin Murray. I have known Kevin for over a decade and admire several things about him. His love for his family. His commitment to invest in the next generation And, his great sense of business. Kevin runs a highly … Continue reading

4 Things That Make Good Accountability

Written on May 21st, 2014 in Resources by Jeff Fisher

Using X3watch is a big help toward having an online strategy because it provides you with the option of multiple accountability champions, people who can help you stick to the plan you created. Probably for starters, you’re going to have one or two champions. You might allow two of your best friends to get your … Continue reading

Accountability: How X3watch Is Like God

Written on May 21st, 2014 in Resources by CJ Stunkard

Addiction gives human beings tunnel vision. The poison does not matter; whether it’s alcohol, drugs, sex, or whatever grips the addict, the obsession for a fix makes its pursuer neglect the reality of the outside world. We dismiss the consequences of our choices in light of the immediate gratification we desire. Not always but often, … Continue reading

Open 24/7 – Open With Jake Luhrs of August Burns Red

Written on May 3rd, 2014 in Stories by Craig Gross

Jake Luhrs is the frontman for the hardcore band August Burns Red. He has been a friend of mine for many years and is one of the most sincere, honest, and open guys that I know. Most rock stars spend their day in tour buses and backstage when not entertaining their fans. Jake’s not like that. He … Continue reading

Accountability: 360 Protection

Written on April 23rd, 2014 in Resources by Carl Thomas

Anyone who owns a PC most likely has heard the term “360 protection,” being all-too-familiar with the vast threats posed to them and their computers by viruses, adware, malware, spyware, tupperware, and everything else out there waiting to decimate your hard drive. Virus protection alone is no longer enough. Yes, viruses are bad but are … Continue reading

Accountability: Aaron’s Story

Written on April 16th, 2014 in Stories by Aaron Sanborn

Change Was Needed. Change Was Found In Accountability It is difficult to explain in words the amazing changes that X3watch accountability has had on my struggle with sexual addiction, and the strength it has given me, but I will do my best. I’ve struggled with sexual addiction for over 20 years now and I’ve tried … Continue reading

Red Flags: Accountability in Ministry

Written on April 10th, 2014 in Stories by Carl Thomas

Anyone in the church or even outside the church is all too familiar with the long chain of stories concerning ministries and leaders who’ve been shipwrecked by scandal. It’s an unfortunate black eye that the bride of Christ has had to sport for far too long. However, it is also a reality of ministry because … Continue reading

Technology is amazing…and dangerous!

Written on April 2nd, 2014 in Stories by Peter Owens

  Technology is amazing. Sometimes, I don’t think we really get how crazy cool all of the things that we have today are – we can look at people’s faces with the phones in our pockets; we can send money half way across the world with the click of a button; we can read about … Continue reading

Open 24/7 – Getting Open with Josh McCown

Written on April 1st, 2014 in Stories by Craig Gross

I’m a huge football fan. I guess I just love watching sports that I know I never could play. This past year I won our staff/friends Fantasy Football league and one guy that helped me do that was Josh McCown. Josh has been a friend of mine for many years and I have watched him on … Continue reading

Accountability: Stay in the Light

Written on March 28th, 2014 in Stories by Tim M

  Before I started my sobriety and recovery from an addiction to porn and sex, I was blinded to how important it is to have accountability in my life. At a deeper level, I didn’t want accountability; I didn’t want my secret known, because, in a twisted way, there is a false sense of security … Continue reading

Living Alone? Don’t Be Lonely

Written on March 19th, 2014 in Stories by Peter Owens

I haven’t spent most of my life living alone. In fact, the overwhelming majority of my time on this planet has been spent sharing a house and many times a room with other people. All of the things I learned, from childhood to adolescence to adulthood, I learned to do while sharing space with other … Continue reading

The New X3watch

Written on March 14th, 2014 in Videos by Ryan Russell

We’re excited to share this great video that Michael from created as a simple way to communicate what X3watch is. Watch it below and share with others!

Open 24/7 – Getting Open with Fernando Castillo

Written on March 4th, 2014 in Stories by Ryan Russell

Recently Craig Gross (founder of caught up with Fernando Castillo about getting open. Fernando is a friend of his who lives in Hawaii and serves as the senior pastor of New Hope Diamond Head in Honolulu while training and mentoring several other pastors all across the country. Fernando is the real deal and as … Continue reading