I am teaching at a school and living with my parents and younger brother. I was making a cd of movies from Christmas a family member and the library showed all the movies saved onto our computer. It was quite by accident that I saw them because they were saved in another file but I was so upset that I deleted them from the computer and the recycle bin so they couldn’t be viewed any more. But now I have no evidence of them (I am sure that they are my father’s because I don’t think my brother would know how to save them and my father had many other funny videos saved on the computer too.)
So my questions is, how should I approach this with my father, or do I need to have more evidence? I am shocked and disgusted and afraid of speaking to him, but I can’t let this go on. I’m pretty sure my mom doesn’t know, but I don’t know if I should just talk to him privately or tell her first. He has denied many things before when my siblings or I have tried to talk to him about his alcoholism in the past. Of course I love him and am thankful for all the good he does, but I want to help him so that this sin doesn’t destroy him. What would be your advice in this situation because I am really unsure of the right course. Thanks for listening and having this question/answer forum available!

Michael answers:
Speak to him alone and be simple. Just say, ‘I found your dirty movies on the computer and deleted them. It made me ashamed that my father would do such a thing. I know you are not a Christian, but the day will come when you will stand before God and be judged. I pray that you will repent.’