TULSA, Okla. (PRWEB) January 29, 2018
“False Start: Lifetime Consequences of Sex Outside the Boundary”: an intellectual narrative that opens the reader’s mind to the reality of sexuality. “False Start: Lifetime Consequences of Sex Outside the Boundary” is the creation of published author, Dr. Dale E. Rolland, who earned his BS in theology from Bishop College in Dallas, Texas; he also earned his MRE, MTS, and DMN in practical theology from Phillips Theological Seminary in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and is a passionate author and preacher.
Rolland shares, “What felt so good very quickly began to feel very wrong. I did not know why it was wrong. I just knew if Madear knew what I was doing, she wouldn’t be happy. I had developed a habit of getting into trouble and had come to understand that every time it happened, I would get this strange feeling inside. It would intensify the closer I got to the house. Upon entering the house, I could not stay in my mother’s presence for fear she might somehow discover what I had done. This was one of those moments on the scale of incomprehensible disobedience that I had never experienced before.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Dr. Dale E. Rolland’s new book requires the reader to be open-minded with the fact of having to eventually discuss the tabooed subject regarding sex.
With the escalating statistics and stories involving children who deal with untimely sexual activities and the devastating consequences of divorce on the common Christian families, this book helps in counseling parents and young adults, regardless of status and description.
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Consumers can purchase “False Start: Lifetime Consequences of Sex Outside the Boundary” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
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