As I continued to read, the depth of his personality shone through with such conviction.
The stories jump around a bit, like carrying on a conversation...I just wished they could transition a bit smoother.
And in the New Testament you will not find ANY scriptural reference to Jesus even talking about Homosexual acts.
This is a "can't put down" book that is so well written and filled with amazing stories that in the end it leaves you wanting more. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mediaman
I appreciate this man coming forth with his story. He could have looked the other way considering his relationship to Ted Haggard, but he took the brave honest road. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Reginald S. Williams
I am incredibly grateful to Mike Jones and people like him - whistleblowers - who protect us from unspeakable disasters of religious hypocrisy as evidenced by a growing avalanche... Read morePublished 14 months ago by True Justice
The main stream media could learn a thing or two from Mike Jones. I couldn't put the book down. Though, this book because of the description terms used should only be read by high... Read morePublished on June 7, 2011 by L. Karres
Lets be real here.
Pretty much everything mentioned here is already old news.
I'm a bit weary of someone whose entire adult life has been all about getting money to... Read more
I understand why Mike wanted to let the truth about Ted be known. I grabbed this book off the shelf at the library, took it home, and couldnt believe he was being so open about all... Read morePublished on March 28, 2011 by G.T.
When I heard that a pastor, Rev. Ted Haggard, who had condemned homosexuality as a sin had been paying for gay sex, I wondered about the man who had the courage to expose the... Read morePublished on November 18, 2010 by Ann Tares
I picked this book up in the midst of the George Reekers scandal - curious about the "Christian leader hires male prostitute" trend we seem to be seeing. Read morePublished on May 13, 2010 by B. Currie
A chemist told me one time that "there were more ways than one to skin a cat".
Mr. Jones could not act as if he was Mr. Super Somebody. So, he acted the way he did. Read more