At last! A book written for Christian teens on the subject of homosexuality, including a chapter specifically for those who experience same-sex attraction themselves. Designed for ages 15-22. Here is the summary off the back: ‘Homosexuality has become one of the most talked about topics in the world. But the way you as a Christian
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‘When homosexuality hits home: what to do when a loved one says ‘I’m gay”, by Joe Dallas, is the book you need when a family member or close friend reveals that they experience same-sex attraction. Wise, thoughtful, practical and biblical, Joe puts aside hypotheticals and helps you work through the questions that inevitably arise when
‘Homosexuality and the Christian: A guide for Parents, Pastors and Friends’ by Dr Mark Yarhouse is an outstanding resource. Here is the publishers description: Homosexuality is one of the most controversial topics of our day, and we all need clear, biblical answers that are grounded in love and compassion. As a Christian and a leading
I recall a gay friend of mine (I’ll call him Bryce) saying to me, “You know why I reject Jesus? Because I want a loving relationship just like you have. I want a man to snuggle up to at night and watch TV with. Otherwise, what hope do I have?” Bryce’s reference to “hope” transcends
This book is a bold and timely commentary on homosexuality for a distinctly Australian perspective. It combines open, honest and at times moving personal stories of those who grapple with homosexuality (their own or that of people close to them). Personal testimonies are supplemented with appendices providing medical, social and theological perspectives on the issue,
Where Does A Mother Go to Resign? is the original story of how Barbara Johnson faced the crippling of her husband, the deaths of two sons, and the homosexuality of a third who disappeared into the gay world for over eleven years.
Finding out that a child, spouse, relative or friend is homosexual can be a devastating experience. What do you say? What should your responses be? This book was created out of Anita Worthen’s struggle over these issues with her son. This is a ‘must’ read for anyone who wants to respond to their gay loved-one