Author Denounces Addictive Lifestyles in Revealing New Book

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After deliverance from cycle of sin, she penned debut to help others

Xulon author Kathy Bailey's dependence on drugs, alcohol, and a homosexual relationship were the outward manifestations of the inner depravity of her heart, the author says in her newly released book, The Full Circle of Coming Out ($13.99, paperback, 978-1-60477-874-8). This story recounts how God miraculously worked in her life and delivered her from a cycle of sin and defeat that began when she was only a child. In time, God delivered her, brought her full circle, and gave her a second chance in life to get it right. "My life is living proof that God's Word is true," she says. "I have been set free from a self-destructive lifestyle. Through that process, I believe the Lord called me to lead others to freedom."

Since 2003, the author has been burdened with a desire to help the women and young girls of this generation. "They are the very reason for going public with (my) story," she says. Believing that God desired to do the same thing for them that He did for her, she penned The Full Circle of Coming Out--so that many lives would ultimately be saved.

Says Bailey, "My life's story provides a beacon of hope for others who are struggling with homosexuality or any other type of addictive lifestyle. The book's message exposes the truth about how lasting fulfillment cannot be found in homosexuality or any addictive behavior. True satisfaction in life can only come through the Creator of life. Freedom is possible for those who want it."

Kathy Bailey is a wife and the mother of three children. She and her family reside in Southaven, Mississippi.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 5,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order The Full Circle of Coming Out through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.

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