Monthly Archives: September 2009

Endorsement #3

This is a sobering read. And it is real. From thirty-eight years of counseling I know readers will identify with David. I challenge readers to look beyond sex and drugs and see the astute insights into human nature and why we often turn to destructive options seeking love and fulfillment. Continue reading

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Endorsement #2

To be honest, when I first produced and aired David Goldberg’s story 20 years ago for The 700 Club, I didn’t believe that any man could break free from homosexuality—and stay free. Continue reading

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Here’s the Cover!

The cover of “And Then Came Life.” Continue reading

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Endorsement #1

This is a must read book for every parent! Parents need to see how God has created each person differently, including our own children. Continue reading

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Who’s Happy for Us?

When Moses went away from his family to speak with the Pharoah, do you think anyone was happy to see him depart?
When Abraham went away on his journey up the mountain, was there a send-off party for his following the voice of God? Continue reading

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Read Chapter 1, “And Then Came Life”

[This is chapter 1 of the forthcoming book, And Then Came Life, from American Book Publishers. Look for it at online bookstores this October.] Chapter 1, The Chase “Hi there, good-lookin’.” Ruth laughed, tossing her long blonde hair over her bare … Continue reading

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How to Leave the Gay Life Behind

Often this process of telling other people’s stories lacks passion, especially when written commercially. Not so the writing of And Then Came Life! This true tale resonates with every person’s struggle to find parental approval and peer acceptance. Though David’s troubles are set in the world of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transsexuals, its core issues echoed clearly in my own heterosexual experience. Continue reading

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