Pursuing Sexual Wholeness: How Jesus Heals the Homosexual

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Creation House, 1989 - Religion - 207 pages
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Real help for Christians who struggle with homosexuality and for those who minister to them. "This book is a product of author Andrew Comiskey's Living Waters program...Pursuing Sexual Wholeness and its companion guidebook present Comiskey's teaching to the church at large."

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About the author (1989)

Comiskey started a support group for ex-gays at the Vineyard Santa Monica; with the encouragement of the pastor, Comiskey started his own ex-gay organization called Desert Stream Ministries. In 1981, Comiskey became a pastor in the Vineyard Christian Fellowship. Later, Comiskey and Desert Stream would move and become part of Vineyard Anaheim.[5] In the following years, Comiskey continued his work as a pastor and leader of Desert Stream Ministries. Comiskey cites Leanne Payne as a major influence. Comiskey gives seminars on avoiding homosexual relationships and behaviors and has written four books on the subject; Comiskey's Pursuing Sexual Wholeness became one of the most popular books on the topic.[6] Comiskey and his wife now have four children.[7]

In 2005, Comiskey left Southern California and moved to Kansas City where he continues to lead Desert Stream Ministries.

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