When I was 36 and my son was 12, I sat him down and shared with him the facts of life as the Holy Spirit instructed me to teach him and not touch him as I had been touched. The Lord blessed me with a 12 year-old daughter when I married my wife and I was 44. Through all this transition the Lord made it clear that I was not to touch my children; which includes my grandson and granddaughter. In my brother's family (the pastor) his oldest daughter and youngest son had sex when they were kids and some years later it is reported the patterned continued with some of my brother's grand kids (this is unconfirmed by me).
The Lord has brought healing and deliverance in my life by blessing me to forgive and love my dad who is deceased, my brother who is a pastor and my sister who is almost 20 years older than I. In 2006, 60 years after I was born I got a breakthrough that Jesus loves me and that I can love him, my wife and others ' I am learning to really love.
My mission is to spread the good news about Jesus and expose and confront anything that holds individuals and families back from truly loving the Lord and one another.
Don't Say A
Word About This! Exposing and Confronting Sexual Perversion
Paperback: 278 pages
This book deals with the entire range of taboo subjects on sex that many churches choose not to address. It is an expose on the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, describing in detail what the Bible says about sex. What are covered are subjects that adults and youth discuss outside the church without the aid of ministerial interpretation.
The book closely focuses on the behavior of victim and perpetrator. It gives sound recommendation for healing and deliverance and provides avenues for escape from the ravishment of sexual perversion. It creates an incredible avenue for ministers to begin dialogue with parishioners once they have read the book.
Benefits of this book are seen in the healthy way individuals, whether victim, non-victim or perpetrator, change their lives after reading the book. Readers of the book benefit by the way they change, with direct openness, their approach to sexual issues. The book causes those who have read it to question their behavior, to realize how we are accountable to each other about one of the most basic of subjects''sex.
Loren Due, the son of a prominent Pentecostal minister, is a survivor of, and victor from childhood rape, incest, sexual abuse and molestation. From a period as a child, where he engaged in sexual activities far in advance of his age, he became involved in all kinds of unhealthy sexual activity as an adult. This was while being married and active in a church, one that he eventually left, looking for peace and happiness. A traumatic event in midlife caused him to successfully seek help, but he was still troubled by his former behavior. This concern allowed him to further explore his life, leading to an eventual and successful resolution.
Through therapy, prayer, the Word and self-discovery over the last 20 years, healing and deliverance has brought Loren to a place where he can, without hesitation, say he has forgiven all his abusers. His charge now is to let those he has hurt know that he asks their forgiveness and for them to share in the love the Father has given him to love and heal those who are still trapped in sexual perversion and addiction.
His mission is to uncover, expose and reveal the evil of sexual perversion for what it is and to remove the curse of secrecy that cloaks families and individuals from the truth.
This mission can be accomplished by opening your door for a single speaking engagement, one-day conference, three-day conference, revival, retreat or any way you desire to be a part this history-making event.
Loren C. Due, Ph.D.
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