First published in 1990, Out of Egypt has been reprinted on several occassions and still remains popular.
Although Jeanette does not write in such a prescriptive manner today, "Egypt" still contains great biblical truth.
It also offers a good overview of issues that women may have to consider as they begin their walk away from emotional entanglements and sexual attraction towards and behaviour with other women.
To date, Jeanette has had three books published by Monarch/Lion Hudson plc. Although some countries no longer stock the first two books, all three are still available via the internet.
Published some fifteen years after her first book, "Dwelling" traces Jeanette's difficult years following the publication of "Out of Egypt."
Although she had certainly matured as a Christian, Jeanette had to come to the realisation that her SSA had not disappeared.
Accepting that truth proved very liberating for Jeanette.
This book guides the reader in ways that Jeanette found helpful as she remained faithful to biblical truth despite limited change in her attractions.
Unfortunately, many individual Christians and church denominations have relinquished biblical guidelines for relationships and embrace a world view.
But what of the SSA believer who chooses to remain faithful?
Released worldwide in January 2016, Jeanette's latest book gives an overview of the situation. The majority of the book, however, encourages the reader along their ongoing journey in the sanctification process.
This book is aimed at both men and women.
This is Jeanette’s best book yet.
I found myself turning each page, applauding the clear thinking that was far from simplistic triumphalism, yet provided realistic hope for same-sex attracted people.
I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a deeper understanding of a steadfast, pilgrim’s journey.
Director, Renew Ministries (Australia/Pacific)
Author of ‘The Woman Who Outran the Devil’ (2005), Monarch
‘‘C’ Change: Living Renewed in Christ’ (2016), Sayline Press
I love Jeanette's focus on Christ throughout the whole book. She writes that Christ alone is a believer's identity, not sexual orientation.
The book is full of grace and words of wisdom from a woman who truly lives out what she teaches by bringing same-sex attraction under the Lordship of Christ.
After reading the book I was refreshed and encouraged, realizing that Christ should be the focus, not sexual reorientation. I recommend this book for those who love Christ but are unsure of how to bring their same-sex attraction under the lordship of Christ.
Anthony Martin (amazon.com)