Sunday, November 20, 2005

"Straight Talk Radio" with Stephen Bennett

Check out ex-gay Stephen Bennett's new radio show, "Straight Talk Radio", which he produces with his wife Irene. You can play archived shows right from their website. Also check out their other site, Stephen Bennett Ministries.

Subjects of recent programs include David Parker; the untold story of a "hate crime" murder a Christian woman in Chicago (and the truth about the Matthew Shepard case); "Seven Myths about Homosexuality"; and "Children and Gender Confusion".

From Stephen's website:

Stephen Bennett Ministries, Inc. (SBM) has several purposes. First and foremost, SBM encourages men and women to successfully and permanently overcome their unwanted same-sex attraction (SSA.) SBM firmly believes no one is born homosexual; that unnatural homosexual attractions tragically develop early on in the childhood; and by biblically dealing with the root cause(s) of one's same-sex attraction, homosexuality can be completely overcome - just as drug addiction, alcoholism or any other sinful behavior. Men and women can then effectively move on to healthy heterosexuality - as part of God's natural, perfect design and plan for man and woman....

Stephen’s story and music have touched the hearts of millions worldwide - offering a real message of hope and love to those struggling with same-sex attraction, as well as family and friends of those who are involved in or struggling with homosexuality. If you are not familiar with Stephen Bennett's story, we ask that you first read it by clicking here.

Stephen Bennett struggled with homosexuality until he was 28 years old. Alcoholic, bulimic and a drug addict, his destructive life style nearly killed him. Over 11 years actively as a promiscuous homosexual man with countless male partners, many of Stephen's homosexual partners and friends are tragically dead from AIDS. Finally, one day while happily involved in a long term, committed relationship with a man he was in love with, Stephen was confronted by a Christian woman knocking at his door with a Bible in her hand. He would never be the same again.