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Former Gay Activist Paves the Way to Peaceful Conversation Homosexuality and gay marriage stand among perhaps the greatest defining cultural battles of our age. There’s no escaping the inevitable conversations – so how does a Christian respond with love and biblical truth without adding fuel to the fire? Speaking of Homosexuality: Discussing the Issues with […]

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Sexual Sanity: Breaking Free From Uncontrolled Habits by Earl D. Wilson counters society’s distorted values with sound, Biblical principles. Focusing on common sexual obsessions such as promiscuity, pornography, and homosexuality, he shows how these and all obsessions are formed and why they are so hard to escape. But there is a way out. Earl Wilson […]

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Coming Out of Homosexuality: New Freedom for Men & Women by Bob Davies and Lori Rentzel blends compassion and realism, warnings and hope and is highly recommended to those who struggle with same-sex attraction and despair of finding their way out. You’ll find answers to your questions about what it means to be a man […]

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Sexual Healing: God’s Plan for the Sanctification of Broken Lives by David Kyle Foster. This book is designed as a reference tool for those who want to know how to help their friends and loved ones who are trapped in sexual sin and brokenness, those who have a calling to lay or professional ministry, those […]

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Gay Awareness by Landon Schott exposes false teaching and deception, that have created a false identity through the lens of sexuality instead of the eyes of God’s Word. Landon Schott addresses: What the Bible actually says about marriage, homosexuality, and sexuality; contradictions between the gay lifestyle and the Christ-centered lifestyle; how men and women can […]

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In this updated edition of A Strong Delusion, author and counselor Joe Dallas helps readers understand what pro-gay theology is and how to confront it. In a biblical manner, Dallas examines believers’ personal responses and the need for bold love and commitment as they, 1) become familiar with the movement’s background and beliefs, 2) study […]

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The world is awash in sex. We are bombarded with it everywhere we turn. When this ever-present temptation mixes with human weaknesses and unmet needs, many get pulled into addiction to sexually sinful behavior. They may detest their own habits, but they can’t seem to break the pattern. Russell Willingham speaks from his own experience […]

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The choice I made when I was twenty-three is about a young man’s coming-of-age story. It’s about overcoming battles with identity, sexuality and spirituality. At age twenty-three Mark faces his secrets, pain and anger from the past and announces to his parents that he is gay. After his announcement he begins feeling empty and desperate […]

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Pornography has become so commonplace, even among Christians, that its use has woven itself into the daily lives of countless men and women, disrupting marriages and short-circuiting believers’ effectiveness for God. Users of pornography know their habit is wrong, but they ask, “What can I do to stop? How do I say no when porn […]

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Gay Rights or Wrongs: A Christian’s Guide to Homosexual Issues and Ministry by Mike Mazzalongo is an honest, sincere, compassionate, and knowledgeable treatment of information on the problems involving homosexuality in today’s world. Historical background, physical considerations, and – most of all – the role of the Church in addressing homosexuality, are confronted with directness […]

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