Washington DC – Friday, July 19, 2019
Tonight LIVE, Dr. June will interview two authors or authors-to-be, who were turned down by Amazon to print their books because they’re sharing their story of being set free from LGBTQ. We all know that our story is for God’s story. Amazon has crossed the line! They let SOME people print and some not? The crackdown has begun!
About Daren Mehl:
Daren Mehl is President of Voice of the Voiceless, an advocacy organization whose mission it is to defend the rights of former homosexuals, individuals with unwanted same-sex attraction, and their families. Voice of the Voiceless created the petition to Amazon to reverse their censorship, requesting the ex homosexual testimony and Christian discipleship books be restored to the online store.
Daren’s expressed identity changed several times throughout his life. Initially identifying as a gay man from high school through his late 20’s, Daren met his wife and his journey took a course change. After several years of marriage, extreme spiritual truth seeking through weekly prayer with a brother in the faith, Daren now expresses his identity as a heterosexual man, a husband, and now with two children, he loves being a father as well. Daren gives all glory for his family and life to his Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ.
Daren joined Voice of the Voiceless in 2016 as an Advisory Board Member and now serves as President. Daren is the author of his own blog, www.darenmehlblog.com and a portion of his story has been published in the book Achieving Heterosexuality.
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About Jeremy Schwab:
Jeremy Schwab earned a MBA in Marketing from the University of Dallas in 2004 and a Master of Science in Entrepreneurship in 2010. In addition to corporate employment, Jeremy works as an actor for TV commercials and film. After twelve years of living an active gay life, Jeremy stopped pursuing gay relationships and returned to his Catholic faith. Within a short time, he found significant healing and reduction of SSA due to spiritual group and help from Reparative Therapy and programs like Journey into Manhood. In 2013, Jeremy founded Joel 2:25 International (www.Joel225.org), a Christian ministry supporting Men, Women, Youth, and Families affected by SSA. Providing resources and support groups in 16 languages, Joel 2:25 now supports individuals and small groups in 104 countries.
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