The 2019 book, Unwanted, by Jay Stringer, provides a useful tool for understanding and recovery from enslaving sexual desires.
On a bitter cold winter night 15 years ago, in the upstairs level of a grocery in Greenwich Village, a small group of men met to take the Scriptures seriously on a matter of desperate importance to them: same-sex attraction.
With the passing of Tim Keller last week, here are some fond remembrances from a congregant and mentee.
I have friends who deal with same sex attraction and who also speak about gender confusion in their childhood or youth. What is the meaning of the connection?
Many with unwanted same-sex attraction (SSA) wonder about intergendered union, “Is marriage for me?” The answer is a little more complex than for most people.
Prodigal, the autobiography of Wynn Cameron Thompson, demonstrates the slow but steady move of the Spirit on those that God will simply not let go of.
While it has its good points, this book is typical of the church’s and the culture’s current minimization of gender in relationship.
The new act in Congress to codify monogendered marriage presupposes the immutability of sexual desire, like ethnicity. But research shows it is not so.
The truth that in Christ people can actually change is fundamental to the Christian message. Neuroscience is catching up with the idea.
The LGBTQIA+ Ideology is bad for women. It does not bode well.