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Victory Over the Darkness (Realizing the Power of Your Identity in Christ) by Neil T. Anderson helps you understand and live by important truths from Scripture, making it possible for you to recognize and ward off Satan’s attacks while growing closer to Christ. Our identity in Christ is a fundamental truth that we believers need […]

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In his book, Crisis in Ministry (A Wesleyan Response to the Gay Rights Movement), Robert Kuyper captures the essence of the Church’s dilemma over the issue of homosexuality. His thorough treatment of the subject is a breath of fresh air in the dark halls of controversy over gay rights, reparative therapy and the Christian’s responsibility […]

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In this straightforward book, Christian author Joe Dallas offers practical, step-by-step advice on how to deal with the many conflicts and emotions experienced by parents, grandparents, siblings, and extended family members when they learn of a loved one’s homosexuality. Drawing from his own experience and from his many years of helping families work through this […]

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Finding out that a child, spouse, relative or friend is homosexual can be an unwelcome surprise. You’re hit with a complex combination of emotions – grief, shame, fear, guilt. You are flooded with questions ranging from why to what’s next. You wonder what a biblical response would be. At the same time, someone you care […]

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Before You Get Here: Baggage to Drop on Your Way to Heaven offers a crucial balance between conviction and compassion and a host of practical Biblical principles for every faithful follower of Christ Jesus to embrace and apply. The content of Mike’s book guides each reader into forming healthier human relationships and most definitely a […]

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“I can’t remember exactly when my heart cried out to God. We all cry out to someone in our pain. I didn’t even know His name.” Jill Stacey spent her early life seeking to fill the empty void in her heart. During childhood, Jill recognized just how messed up her family really was. There was […]

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When AIDS Comes Home: Answers To The Most Commanly Asked Questions is a valuable resource for those with AIDS, those who love them, and those who want to better understand and respond to HIV/AIDS. With wisdom and frankness, Mignon Zylstra and David Biebel address the questions people are often afraid to ask. Also included are […]

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He Intends Victory: Real-life Stories of Christians Living with AIDS and How Jesus Touched Them by Dan Wooding offers real-life stories of Christians living with AIDS. Thought provoking stories of how three AIDS victims – a homosexual, a drug-user, and a hemophiliac – came to know Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, and how […]

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Restoring Sexual Identity offers answers to the most commonly asked questions from both homosexuals desiring change and friends and relatives of women struggling with same-sex attraction. Is lesbianism an inherited predisposition or is it developed in childhood? Does becoming a Christian eliminate all desire for members of the same sex? What support is available for […]

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What do you say to someone who’s gay if…you’re a pastor, parent, counselor, teacher, public official, coworker, or perhaps simply a good friend? In this well-researched and highly readable guide, you’ll discover answers to the difficult questions people ask: What’s the proper response when relatives or friends announce they’re gay? How do I explain homosexuality […]

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