Journey to Freedom I was 24 and accustomed to unusual experiences. You don’t grow up in a traveling Irish show business family without learning how to adjust to the peculiar. I wondered why I felt so uncomfortable. There was nothing wrong with the setting. Nightclubs had been a part of my life since I was a child. The company was great. I loved spending time with Kevin and Paul who both had been my good friends since I was sixteen. Then I recognized that the conversation made me uncomfortable. Why were my two best friends talking about Jesus, and why here of all places? If they had such strong convictions
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Silent no more As long as I remember, I was different and in South Africa where I grew up, there is a myth: if you walk under a rainbow it will change your sex. I tried running under every rainbow I saw! My parents once admitted to me they had wanted a boy; when I came out as a girl, they often treated me as a boy. I wasn’t angry with this because I actually wanted to be a boy.  As a child, my parents fought a lot. My dad was easily angered. I was told I pushed my father away since I was four. Growing up, I always felt uneasy around men.  We attended church on Sundays. Our church didn’t teach
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Journey To Freedom From Homosexuality
God Transformed Me
A Song of Hope
God Calls in Love
His Kindness
In His Hand
A Different Kind Of Coming Out
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Growing Through the Pain
God Is Faithful
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