Addressing one's homosexuality is no easy matter. The journey requires leaving Egypt, traveling through the wilderness, and having the courage to enter the Promised Land, the land which Howard calls "resting in God's perfect plan for our life." She wants others to experience with her a "purposeful pilgrimage" there, rather than a "weary wandering" heading nowhere.
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Review 1 for Into the Promised Land: Beyond the Lesbian Struggle
Date:June 10, 2010
This book is real, honest, not politically correct, and amazing. I read this one because I liked her first book, Out of Egypt, and wanted to read about someone who isn't "ex-gay" and who is also not pursuing lesbianism. It's easy to identify with her story, her words are encouraging, and her points made me think about how I am LIVING my belief. Out of all the books I've read, her two are the ones I'd recommend to ministers, Christian lesbians, and friends/family of the same. I've even recommended the book to my friends, because the focus is on living for God, and the points she makes are relevant to anyone who says they believe.