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Your Child Says "I'm Gay" Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 9781-939946-034
  • Binding: Booklet
  • Page Count: 24
  • Publisher: New Growth Press

Your Child Says, “I’m Gay”

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Four little words that will rock any parent’s world: “I think I’m gay.” If your child said this, you are probably experiencing a combination of shock, denial, anger, confusion, and uncertainty. Despite your shock you still want to respond well. What should you say? What questions should you ask? How do you move forward in your relationship?

Tim Geiger walks with you through the ups and downs of dealing with your child’s revelation. With the wisdom and compassion of Scripture, he offers helpful advice for navigating the new complexities in your relationship with your child and hope for moving forward together.

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Your Child Says, “I’m Gay”

Four little words that will rock any parent’s world: “I think I’m gay.” If your child said this, you are probably experiencing a combination of shock, denial, anger, confusion, and uncertainty. Despite your shock you still want to respond well. What should you say? What questions should you ask? How do you move forward in your relationship?Tim Geiger walks with you through the ups and downs of dealing with your child’s revelation. With the wisdom and compassion of Scripture, he offers helpful advice for navigating the new complexities in your relationship with your child and hope for moving forward together.

About the Author

Tim Geiger, MDiv, is the Executive Director of Harvest USA and has been on staff since 2003. In 1997, he went to Harvest USA for help, as he struggled as a Christian with same-sex attraction for twenty years. Tim is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary and a Teaching Elder in the Presbyterian Church in America. He and his wife, Susan, live in the Philadelphia area and have one daughter.

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