Traylor Lovvorn is a dynamic ministry leader passionate about grace, recovery, and living life without any masks.
He and his wife, Melody, help men and women build healthier lives -- free of pornography, infidelity, and sexual addiction -- by helping them come out of isolation and learn to live authentically within safe, grace-based communities.
Toward that end, Traylor created Route1520.com, an online recovery portal designed for men struggling with pornography and sex addiction, providing Christ-centered community that helps foster lasting change.Personal Site
Articles By Traylor Lovvorn
Let’s Get Real: Transforming the Culture of Silence in the Church
Thursday March 12, 2020church •
Most of our time and energy is spent covering up or otherwise denying that we have any problems at all.
Trusting My GPS
Thursday December 26, 2019christian life •
“I wish I followed God as faithfully as I follow my Garmin’s turn-by-turn directions.”
We Need More Community, not Accountability
Tuesday December 10, 2019men • relationships •
Accountability that is not grace-centered and that is done outside the context of genuine, authentic community will always seek to serve the legalistic Pharisee in us all.
Making the Gospel Stick
Tuesday September 17, 2019christian life •
I spent an entire decade afraid to come to the Father because of my hidden sin. I was desperately trying to fix myself and to get better on my own because that is what I thought God expected of me in the Christian life.
Thursday August 1, 2019pain & suffering •
My journey over the past five years has been an exhilarating and painful one. I know firsthand that pain is necessary for true healing to take place. I also know that I don’t like pain, so I avoid it, and prolong my own healing.
Distant or Dirty Child?
Thursday July 18, 2019pain & suffering •
A dirty child is easier to love than a distant child.
Dropping the Mask
Thursday June 27, 2019pain & suffering •
Everyone is wrong. Everyone is loved. Everyone is called to recognize this and allow God to change them.
My “Little Sinner” Paradigm
Thursday May 23, 2019addiction • relationships •
When we live in the little sinner paradigm, we are forced to hide, pose, and pretend because, frankly, we are not little sinners.