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Coming Out of Homosexuality: New Freedom for Men and Women Paperback – January 21, 1994
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"The book . . . has dozens of practical and realistic suggestions for helping people change." (Christian Counseling Today)
"Coming Out of Homosexuality offers the reader far more than a vague hope of healing. It takes the issue of homosexuality by the scruff of the neck and offers realistic expectations to those in the process of overcoming their sexual difficulty. The book presents honest and practical advice to those men and women who want to move from the plateau of being an "ex" anything onto the highway of embracing their full identity in Christ." (Jeanette Howard, Reconciliation Ministries)
"This book is reassuringly frank, asking (and answering) the hard questions. I think it will be enormously helpful to Christians struggling with homosexuality and to those who seek to understand and encourage them." (Tim Stafford, author)
"For the person who has been walking through the desert of homosexuality, this book is going to be like a refreshing drink of water. I recommend it." (Rich Buhler, author and host of the nationally syndicated radio program, Table Talk)
"Coming Out of Homosexuality has much to say to both those who think leaving homosexuality is something that can be easily done and those who reject the possibility of it altogether. Through research and testimony, Davies and Rentzel convincingly show that God's power, though not immediately realized, is by no means impotent in healing the homosexual soul." (Stan Jones, Christianity Today)
About the Author
LORI RENTZEL was on staff for many years at Love In Action (San Rafael, Calif.) where she ministered to friends and family members of those struggling with sexual identity issues and their Christian faith. She and her husband now live in Northern California.
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Same-Sex Attractions (including those that may develop after marriage)
How To Develop Healthy Friendships
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Root Causes of Same-Sex Attractions
Dealing With The Past
Embracing Our Gender
Real Life Stories of People Who Have Actually Become Heterosexuals
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Coping With Sexual Temptations
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This book will give hope to those trying to leave the homosexual lifestyle and give hope to those who have never acted out on their homosexual feelings. It talks about God having masculine and feminine characteristics and how we as humans also have both masculine and feminine characteristics...and how to have a proper balance with those characteristics. Excellent help for those struggling with their identity and sexuality.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I first saw this book at my local hole in the wall book store, picking it up realizing thinking it had an open minded message about being free to be who you are. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Helena Sanders
This book comes strongly recommended by the bible-thumping homophobes who prey on those unfortunate enough to fall into their clutches. Read morePublished 21 months ago by anarchic_teapot
This book propagates the stupendously ignorant idea that faith in God will "cure" men and women of their homosexuality and prepare them for marriage with a person of the... Read morePublished 22 months ago by aproductofsociety
a very interesting book about individuals having a desire and stop the homosexual life style simply because they wanted to and not being harass to leave the lifestyle. Read morePublished on December 9, 2013 by Tanesha L. Barkley
Not being gay, I'm not sure how useful this may be. The author does include many personal stories to help illustrate his point. Read morePublished on November 13, 2013 by Patrick J. Studabaker
So... where do I start? Hmmm. A lot has already been said in the negative reviews and I am not about to engage in a Theological discussion with a bunch of lunatics. Read morePublished on August 1, 2013 by Giraffegrrl
This book is one of the most ridiculous NON fact based book on homosexuality I have ever read. The authors association with Exodus proves my point. Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by ProudGay