“… Informative, practical and relevant for our times.”– Rev Dr Wee Boon Hup, Bishop Emeritus of the Methodist Church, Singapore
Sexual brokenness is all around us. But when was the last time you had an honest conversation with a trusted friend, family member or your pastor about sexual brokenness?
The truth is that we avoid talking about sexual brokenness because it brings us face to face with the parts of ourselves that we are most fearful of and shameful about. So we put on masks when confronted with issues related to our sexuality.
We wear masks because authenticity in discussing sexuality and sexual brokenness is unnerving. But masks also prevent healing. And if the topic of sexual brokenness is left unaddressed, it can rob us of wholeness and rob our families of true joy.
Talking about sex and sexuality requires authenticity. Authenticity brings freedom, and is a huge part of becoming sexually whole. In this book, Ben KC Lee urges you to take off your mask and break the silence, so that you may experience healing and find freedom.