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Growth into Manhood: Resuming the Journey

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A breakthrough plan for males to re-enter the world of men.

What happens when a boy grows physically into an adult male but misses some of the experiences and relationships that help form complete manhood? Alan Medinger writes for such men and for those who care about them.

Within the context of his own release from homosexuality and his growth into “confident and comfortabl
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Paperback, 272 pages
Published August 15th 2000 by Shaw Books
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Lili
Jun 12, 2008 rated it liked it
I've had a couple of clients who struggle with Same-Sex Attraction read this book and they've found it valuable. I finally had a moment to read it myself. A very Christian approach to overcoming homosexuality by conciously completing the process of affirming masculinity and manhood--the process that got waylaid somewhere in developing life. A bit wordy and the author took his time getting into the meat of it, but I definitely found it worth reading.

One of the key main points-- Dads, especially,
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Adam
Feb 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
Great book to understand the possible causes of male homosexuality.
Mark
Jan 14, 2014 rated it really liked it
The book has a lot of helpful things in it, but I disagree with the author that playing sports would help anything. If a guy is so scarred from sports and sports is connected to bullying, I cannot see how it would help trying to develop an interest in sports, or playing them. There was still a lot of good advice in the book though
Karen L.
Jan 31, 2008 rated it it was amazing
My husband and I had a friend leave his wife because of the pull of homosexuality in his life, so we both read this book. It was the story of the Authors journey out of homosexuality into a real Christian faith and foremost into manhood. A honest tender account filled with hope.
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