Into the Promised Land: Beyond the Lesbian Struggle

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Kregel Publications, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 208 pages
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It's one thing to say homosexuality is wrong, but it is far more difficult to leave it behind. In this sequel to Out of Egypt, Jeanette Howard describes her struggle to live out her decision and mdash;despite the relentless pressures of friends and culture. Each successful step into God's "promised land" comes at the cost of daily battles with enemies of the soul she knows all too well.

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This book is real, honest, not politically correct, and amazing. I read this one because I liked her first book, Out of Egypt, and wanted to read about someone who isn't "ex-gay" and who is also not ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Jeanette Howard lives on England's southern coast, where she counsels and teaches those seeking to leave homosexuality behind. The beginning of her story can be found in her first book, Out of Egypt.

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