Gay & Lesbian
Homosexuality has had center stage in this nation, churches, and homes. Everyone knows or cares deeply for a person who experiences same-sex attraction, sexual confusion, or practices homosexuality. While the earth talks about homosexuality, the niche remains taboo in several churches. The fear to be labeled as hateful, a bigot, or ignorant has kept many Christians from the conversation. The church remains silent, leaving some people who love God puzzled by what the Bible really says about sexuality.
Did God make people gay? Does God love homosexuals? Will folk have to deal with same-sex attraction all of their lives? Landon Schott brings truth and clarity to sexual confusion, using over 400 scripture references to show the heart in the Father and mind of Christ.
Gay Awareness exposes false teaching and deception that contain created a false identity over the lens of sexuality instead on the eyes of God’s Word. Gay Awareness will stretch you together with challenge you, though relentless love enable you to get comfort and healing.
In Gay Awareness: Discovering the Heart on the Father as well as the Mind of Christ, top-selling author and nationally known speaker Landon Schott addresses:
• What the Bible actually says about marriage, sexuality, and homosexuality.
• Mistakes the Church makes when addressing homosexuality plus the gay community.
• Contradictions involving the gay lifestyle as well as the Christ-centered lifestyle.
• Clear understanding of how to genuinely show Christian wish to those who practice homosexuality.
• How people can experience deliverance and freedom.
Homosexuality has center stage inside our nation, churches, and homes. Everyone knows or cares deeply for somebody who experiences same-sex attraction, sexual confusion, or practices homosexuality. While the world talks about homosexuality, the topic remains taboo in numerous churches. The fear to become labeled as hateful, a bigot, or ignorant has kept many Christians out of your conversation. The church remains silent, leaving many individuals who love God unclear about what the Bible really says about sexuality.
Did God make people gay? Does God love homosexuals? Will folk have to deal with same-sex attraction their lives? Landon Schott brings truth and clarity to sexual confusion, using over 400 scripture references to disclose the heart on the Father and mind of Christ.
Gay Awareness exposes false teaching and deception which may have created a false identity with the lens of sexuality instead from the eyes of God’s Word. Gay Awareness will stretch you together with challenge you, though with relentless love create for you comfort and healing.
Saving Alex: When I Was Fifteen I Told My Mormon Parents I Was Gay, and That’s When My Nightmare Began
When Alex Cooper was many years old, life was pretty ordinary in the sleepy suburban town and nice Mormon family. At church as well as home, Alex was taught that God were built with a plan for everyone. But something was gnawing at her that made her feel different. These feelings exploded when she met Yvette, a lady who made Alex feel alive in the new way, along with whom Alex would quickly fall madly in love.
Alex knew she was holding a secret that can shatter her family, her church community, and her life. Yet once this secret couldn’t be hidden any more, she said parents she was gay, and also the nightmare began. She was driven from her home in Southern California to Utah, where, against her will, her parents handed her up to fellow Mormons who promised in order to save Alex from her homosexuality.
For eight harrowing months, Alex happened captive within an unlicensed “residential treatment program” modeled about the many “therapeutic” boot camps scattered across Utah. Alex was physically and verbally abused, and a lot of days she was made to stand facing a wall wearing a huge backpack packed with rocks. Her captors used faith to punish and terrorize her. Read the rest of this entry »
A searing account of her look for identity and true self, TRANNY reveals the struggles and victories that Laura Jane Grace, the lead singer from the cult punk rock-band Against Me! proficient in her hunt for gender transition.
Illuminated by Laura Jane’s never-before-published journal entries reaching returning to childhood, TRANNY is surely an intensely personal and revelatory look inside her struggles with identity and addiction. Read the rest of this entry »
“Pacat’s powerful debut, a blend of intense erotica and political fantasy, is disturbing and intriguing in equal measure…The intricacy with the political entanglements gives depth for the novel’s erotic turmoil…Fans of Jacqueline Carey’s Kushiel series will eat this on top of a spoon.”–Publishers Weekly
“Fans of Pacat’s internet-serial sensation will be needing no convincing from the merits with this series, but new readers should take note–this book lives around every word of praise it’s garnered. The lush setting, stuffed with intricate historical detail, engaging decadence and ruthless scheming, will draw many, however it is Pacat’s characters…are who’ll surely keep readers captive. Their tenuous, fractious relationship would be the heart and soul in this trilogy, and thankfully, readers do not possess long to hold back between installments so as to watch it unfold.”–RT Book Reviews
About the Author
C. S. Pacat would be the author from the Captive Prince trilogy. Read the rest of this entry »
Damianos of Akielos has returned.
His identity now revealed, Damen must face his master Prince Laurent as Damianos of Akielos, the person Laurent has sworn to kill.
On the brink of an momentous battle, the way forward for both their countries hangs within the balance. In the south, Kastor’s forces are massing. In the north, the Regent’s armies are mobilising for war. Damen’s only hope of reclaiming his throne would be to fight along with Laurent against their usurpers.
Forced into an uneasy alliance both princes journey deep into Akielos, where they face their largest opposition yet. Read the rest of this entry »
On an unseasonably warm autumn day, an American teacher enters a public bathroom beneath Sofia’s National Palace of Culture. There he meets Mitko, a charismatic young hustler, and pays him for sex. He returns to Mitko over and over over the next month or two, drawn by hunger and loneliness and risk, and finds himself ensnared within a relationship where lust causes mutual predation, and tenderness can modify into violence. As he struggles to reconcile his longing together with the anguish it generates, he’s made to grapple along with his own fraught history, the joy of his southern childhood where you can be queer would have been to be a pariah. There are unnerving similarities between his past and also the foreign country he finds himself in, a country whose geography and griefs he discovers while he learns really Mitko’s own narrative, his private reputation illness, exploitation, and wish.
What Belongs to You is often a stunning debut novel of desire as well as consequences. Read the rest of this entry »