Walking With Gay Friends
A vital resource to enable Christians to support fellow believers who struggle with their sexuality in their choice of a biblical lifestyle. You want to share the gospel with your gay friend, but don't want to appear insensitive. You...
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A vital resource to enable Christians to support fellow believers who struggle with their sexuality in their choice of a biblical lifestyle.
You want to share the gospel with your gay friend, but don't want to appear insensitive. You want to help a fellow Christian struggling with their sexuality, but don't want to get it wrong.
Using real-life stories and biblical teaching, Alex Tylee shows Christians how to love their gay friends with informed compassion. She asks: Does God make people gay? Why does is seem more difficult to share the gospel with gay people? What should I do if my friend starts a gay relationship? By providing answers to these and other questions, Alex helps equip friends, families and the church to reach out.
'There is no way to describe this book other than brilliant. Every evangelical Christian should read it. It is Christlike, biblical, pastoral, informed, insightful, compassionate and loving – evangelicalism at its best. It is necessary reading if you've got gay friends, and essential reading if you haven't. Buy three, read one and pass the rest on.
Dr Justin Thacker, Head of Theology, Evangelical Alliance
'This is a fine book ... It contains a wealth of information on the important area of understanding Gay people. It shows how one can go beyond superficially accepting such relationships so as to meet the emotional needs of those struggling with their sexuality. The book points a way forward through such difficulties to enable sound witness.'
Jennifer Jones, Christian Biblical Counsellor, CWR.
'…edgy and unhindered by slick Christian phraseology… The chapter entitled, "Identity and Evangelism" is exceptionally powerful and Alex successfully guides the reader into the mindset of a homosexual man or woman. This deeper understanding can only help those friends, family and fellowships who seek to come alongside men and women with a homosexual orientation.'
Jeanette Howard, author of Out of Egypt and Into the Promised Land'