My Sexuality . . . My Canoe Trip: Seeking Truth, Overcome Confusion, Peace, and Recovery from Religious Abuses

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 19, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 73 pages
This is a story of one mans struggle with living a double life, learning through experiences and realizing what is importanta relationship with the Lord, family, and friends. It is the story of an uphill struggle filled with tribulations, disillusionments, elations, and bravado. It is written honestly with wit and intelligence. Steves intent is to break down the Christian Divides because of human doctrines. This book is a classic example as to why not everybody in ministry should be eager to become teachers (preachers). Steve struggles with the fact divorced people are welcome at church. Homosexually oriented people arent, so welcome, repentant or not, thus this book.

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This is Steven M. Natale’s first book. He writes occasionally for the Medina, Journal-Register, in Medina, New York. When not writing he refurbishes old houses, while living in them, turning them into homes. He lives in Western New York with his American Bulldog Blu.

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