has pastored since 2004, receiving his Master of Divinity from Azusa Pacific University in 2008. He is an Ironman completing an Ironman distance triathlon: swimming 2.4 miles, cycling 112 miles and running 26.2 miles; body builder, Recorded Conservative Evangelical Friends Pastor; President of the Global Rainbow Crosser's Alliance (Representing 70 nations of Former LGBTQ leaders); Founded ChurchUnited.com and developed the Revealing the Rainbow conference series having Former LGBT individuals share their stories of change; and Author. He and his wife, Amanda, of over fourteen years, have three children. See more of their story at JimDomen.com. Copies of "Not A Mistake, Parents’ Hope for Their Gay Son" are purchasable at NotAMistake.com. “Breaking Sin’s Grasp, Your Temptation Doesn’t Define You” will available in the Fall of 2023. Breaking Sin’s Grasp is geared toward men (and women) in the church. Breaking Sin’s Grasp provides a pathway to set people free from their sin issues! Both books are accompanied by a video series. Breaking
Sin’s Grasp has a 7-week Life Group Study Guide available and the opportunity to signup for an online freedom group coaching experience or weekend retreat at BreakingSinsGrasp.com.
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“Jim courageously witnesses to his own struggle while championing the Gospel that liberates life. That gives him authority to guide parents whose faith collides with the moral decisions of their children. Now a parent himself, Jim’s story is a bridge for divided families. Jesus transforms—Jim helps us to believe Him for it!”
— Andrew Comiskey, Founding Director of Desert Stream Ministries, Kansas City, Missouri
“This endearing book is so intimately written that it almost feels like you’re in it yourself, sometimes wiping tears, as you read about a family finding healing. It’s a story about pain, the power of love, and the freedom that real honesty unleashes. As one of Jim’s professors at Azusa Pacific University (Azusa, California), I can attest to the agony of his struggle and the truth of his resolve to choose life. His voice is crying out on behalf of everyone who longs to connect (not merely converse) with their father.”
— Sarah Sumner, PhD, MBA, President of Right On Mission, United States