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This is the biography of... A MAN OF STRONG FAITH, eager to minister in his church - yet trapped in hidden, hardcore homosexuality... HIS WIFE, continually forgiving and covering his sin, but more and more crushed and afraid... THEIR PASTOR, a crusader against homosexuality - angry and overwhelmed when they shared their secret with him... These three believers knew they weThis is the biography of... A MAN OF STRONG FAITH, eager to minister in his church - yet trapped in hidden, hardcore homosexuality... HIS WIFE, continually forgiving and covering his sin, but more and more crushed and afraid... THEIR PASTOR, a crusader against homosexuality - angry and overwhelmed when they shared their secret with him... These three believers knew they were in bondage, and each craved release. Through a far door marked Deliverance they could glimpse freedom, plus a powerful new ministry to an aching throng. Slowly God showed their tear-filled eyes the way to the door. But what would the rest of the church think? As Pastor Don Baker tells their true story, walk with these Christians and share their hard-won lessons about commitment, compassion, and liberty....

Title : Beyond Rejection: The Church, Homosexuality, and Hope
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ISBN : 9780880701082
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 95 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Beyond Rejection: The Church, Homosexuality, and Hope Reviews

  • Yibbie
    2019-02-22 11:46

    It’s a testimony to the enslaving power of sin, and of victory over it. It’s a testimony to the wisdom of following God’s path to victory over sin; even when that path seems the least likely to succeed. It’s testimony to the sanctifying power of the Word of God, and to the power of relating to people God’s way.It’s a hard book to read. Jerry shares the ugliest parts of his struggles, and sin is ugly. Due to the nature of the sin, this is a book for a mature audience, but it has a message we all need to hear.It’s a straight forward biography of three people struggling for victory over sin. Biblical doctrines are mentioned, even a couple of verses quoted, but teaching the Biblical position isn’t the point of this book. The author assumes he is writing to a Biblically literate audience; so some important doctrines are named but not clearly explained, probably because it is so short. Still, I think a few things should have been taught with a little more depth.I would recommend it to a mature audience.