“Shhhh … Don’t Say A Word About This! Exposing and Confronting Sexual Perversion!”
This book deals with the entire range of sex issues as well as those that are taboo which many churches choose not to address. It is an exposé on the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, describing in detail what the Bible says about sex. What are covered are subjects that adults and youth discuss outside the church without the aid of ministerial interpretation.
The book closely focuses on the behavior of victim and perpetrator. It gives sound recommendation for healing and deliverance and provides avenues for escape from the ravishment of sexual perversion. It creates an incredible avenue for ministers to begin dialogue with parishioners once they have read the book.
Benefits of this book are seen in the healthy way individuals, whether victim, non-victim or perpetrator, change their lives after reading the book. Readers of the book benefit by the way they change, with direct openness, their approach to sexual issues. The book causes those who have read it to question their behavior, to realize how we are accountable to each other about one of the most basic of subjects––sex.
Many have read this book and discovered how to change their behavior and bring it in alignment with the keys shared in this book. You do not have to stay trapped in sexual perversion if you desire to change. Change in order for it to be lasting must come from the inside out and you have the right and privilege to learn how to remove the shame, guilt and embarrassment from the things of your past by learning and executing concepts in the book.
“TEDDY BEAR: Stolen Innocence”
This book presents detailed information about my life as a black child growing up in Southern California in a home where my father a Pentecostal Pastor and my brother who later became a Pentecostal Pastor, molested and raped me while my mother worked three jobs to provide for our necessities.
The story continues my journey from being a molested and raped young boy to becoming a promiscuous young man who lived in the fast lane of sexual perversion with a wife and knowing the Lord.
The book continues by presenting various stories of young black men sexually abused, molested, incest and raped telling their horrific experienced at the hands of various fathers, brothers and other siblings.
The book concludes with chapters dealing with “The State of Sexuality in Black America,” “When Sexually Transmitted Diseases Impact the Family Due to Incest and Molestation,” and an “Open Letter to My Brothers.”
“Azusa Street Revival – Will it happen again?”