I happened across a very humorous tale this morning and enjoyed it so much, I simply have to share it. Beet Pulp Safety Warning is written by Susan Evans Garlinghouse, DVM, MSc and self-described "Equine Nutrition and Research Geek."
I'm married (35 years in December 2008) with four grown sons. I love my city (Winnipeg) and my country (Canada) and promote them both to whoever will listen. God (through Jesus Christ) is the biggest part of my life. I am learning to let him take control of all areas--though I do better at this some times more than others.
I have written a book that's recently been published about part of my journey with God. In it I tell how God confronted me with the same-sex attraction issues I've struggled with all my adult life and how he led me through them to a deeper and more meaningful relationship with him. God is amazing—his forgiveness, his love, his movement in our lives when we allow him and so much more. I suspect God will never run out of things to teach me or ways to make me grow and that’s a good thing (though often very painful).
I suppose I can say that what gives me the greatest pleasure in life is telling others about…
If you have read the book, I would love to hear your thoughts on it. You may e-mail me at email@example.com or post them in the comments section below.
A Real Testimony I finished your book. A real testimony to what God does for us. Leona March 3, 2009 I Had Tears Coming
I sat down to read it about a week later and ended up finishing it the same night. At first I admit I was a little bored and thought that the whole book was about a battle all in your mind, but as I continued reading this creeping thought came over me of a different...struggle in my own life, that I would never in my right mind have shared with anyone accept maybe God. I've mentioned your book to a few people because it stirs up age-old controversies that I have myself argued and wondered about, namely about whether or not homosexuality can be cured or just managed like alcoholism--you just have to stay away from temptation. I noticed at the end of your book that your struggle story …