Endorsements for ‘Dwelling in the Land’
This is Jeanette’s best book yet.
I found myself turning each page, applauding the clear thinking that was far from simplistic triumphalism, yet provided realistic hope for same-sex attracted people. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a deeper understanding of a steadfast, pilgrim’s journey.
Director, Renew Ministries (Australia/Pacific)
Author of ‘The Woman Who Outran the Devil’ (2005), Monarch
‘‘C’ Change: Living Renewed in Christ’ (2016), Sayline Press
I love Jeanette’s focus on Christ throughout the whole book.
She writes that Christ alone is a believer’s identity, not sexual orientation.
The book is full of grace and words of wisdom from a woman who truly lives out what she teaches by bringing same-sex attraction under the Lordship of Christ. After reading the book I was refreshed and encouraged, realising that Christ should be the focus, not sexual reorientation. I recommend this book for those who love Christ but are unsure of how to bring their same-sex attraction under the lordship of Christ.
Anthony Martin (amazon.com)
|“Jeanette is a warm, witty, and perceptive woman who has walked faithfully with Christ over many years through the experience of gender-dysphoria and homosexuality.|
In this important book Jeanette tells her story, which is inspiring and informative both for Christians who experience same-sex attraction and those who want to support them, but also for anyone who wants the church increasingly to become a place of honesty and acceptance for all.”
Revd Dr Sean Doherty, author of The Only Way is Ethics and part of the team behind the Living Out website.
|I have read your latest book several times and it is a real blessing to me. It's very comforting to have people like yourself, explaining the realities of living with our issue. Such contact and informed knowledge gives me strength and fellowship.|
|To read Dwelling in the Land is to soak in reasoned, clear, biblically based principles, lessons learned from a woman who's been there, done that, and is doing it well.
Joe Dallas author and counsellor