Anne Heche’s Secret: Her Evangelical Mom’s Heartbroken Cry for Her Prodigal Daughter — 5 Things You Should Know [Horrible Video]

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Actress Anne Heche’s death has created controversy and worldwide attention.

But the untold story involves Anne’s Christian mother, Dr. Nancy Heche, and the sad drama of their life story that has unfolded.

It’s a mother’s cry for her prodigal daughter.

It all started years ago when Dr. Nancy Heche’s daughter, Anne Heche, called to say that she was having a lesbian relationship with comedian Ellen DeGeneres.

Nancy Heche was…

  • Heartbroken
  • Confused
  • In Despair

Here are 5 things you should know about Nancy’s heartbreak and what she learned as the world was shaken by Anne’s death:

#1: Anne Heche was raised as a Christian

Anne was born in an active Christian family. But the family was deeply broken because the father, Donald, lived a double life as a homosexual.

This shocking secret was discovered when he got AIDS and died at the age of 45, when Anne was only 14 years old.

Tragically, Anne’s 18-year-old brother died only 3 months later in a tragic car accident.

Dr. Nancy Heche is a Christian therapist, author, and speaker. She has close connections with Focus On the Family and James Dobson.

Dr. Heche’s focus has been on parents of homosexuals, and how they should Biblically respond and minister deliverance for overcoming homosexuality by the power of the Holy Spirit and faith in Jesus Christ.

She has been a speaker for Parents of Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays (PFOX), and other groups, and has interviewed on Fox News and the Christian Broadcasting Network multiple times.

Dr. Heche is also an accomplished author, penning the book : The Truth Comes Out (Regal 2006) and co-authoring The Complete Guide to Understanding Homosexuality: A Biblical and Compassionate Response to Same Sex Attraction, edited by one of my favorite authors, Joe Dallas.

#2: The Mom’s Message to Anne and all the LGBTQ Community

Nancy has been delivering nationally a powerful message for both parents and those in the gay lifestyle.

For parents, it’s one of hope and direction. Watch HERE.

For those living the LGBTQ lifestyle, it’s one of deliverance of sin and bondage through and by the power of God.

#3: The Message for Parents: The Prodigal Son and The Overlooked But Powerful Truth

Christian parents of gays are heartbroken, confused and in despair.

The Bible is filled with prodigals… Sometimes there is restoration. Sometimes destruction.

Jesus, in Luke 15, gives the faithful story of reconciliation (2 Con 5:19)

“All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation: 19 that God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting people’s sins against them. And he has committed to us the message of reconciliation.”

It’s the story of a merciful, tenderhearted, all forgiving Father. A Father that proactively equips and prepares you to be a faithful minister of reconciliation and an example of the love of Jesus.

It stays true to the biblical truth that the LGBTQ lifestyle is a lifestyle full of sin. But it’s the love of Jesus that forgives our sins, not an acceptance of sin.

#4: The Message for Those Trapped in Homosexuality: God Will Give You Victory to Overcome Your Chains of Sin and Sexual Addiction

Her message is, too often we get in the way of redemption, because we do not show and reflect the love of Christ.

Our Father is all knowing. All giving. All forgiving.

Nancy believed that if she could be the Father, that Anne could be the Son.

As a parent, Nancy says you can’t tell God “In my case, I’m not going to be obedient. I’m not going to love. I’m going to be in control because I’m hurt and disappointed.”

It’s an understanding that it’s God who is in control. We have to be his faithful ambassadors in Christ.

The greatest hurt and fear of any parent is the child’s eternal destination — Heaven or hell.

That’s why Nancy’s message is so powerful. We can’t change anyone. Only God can. But we can be a person of prayer, and an example of Christian love and a source for hope.

Anne’s message for those trapped by sexual sin is that God is greater.

That’s when true repentance takes place — The power of sin, any sin, is broken.

Everything changes. The past is forgiven. The present changes by the power of The Holy Spirit. The future extends in the presence of Our Savior for eternity.

By the Spirit working in one redeemed by the blood of the lamb, there is change in behavior and perspective.

That’s why prayer is so important… It’s supernatural, not natural.

#5: Be Equipped

There are many resources available to parents struggling with these issues.

These include:

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/631623.Nancy_Heche

The Gay Gospel? How Pro-Gay Advocates Misread the Bible

Love Into Light: The Gospel, the Homosexual, and the Church

Is God Anti-Gay?

When A Loved One Says, “I’m Gay”

What Does the Bible Say About Homosexuality?

How to Talk To Your Children About Homosexuality 

Someone I Love is Gay 

Understanding Revisionist Gay Theology

When A Loved One Says, “I’m Gay”

Referrals
Desert Stream Ministries

Restored Hope Network

John Rosemond: Parenting with Love and Leadership

LivingOut

Articles

Establishing Boundaries With Adult Kids

Parenting Adult Children

Reliable Resources for Teaching Children About Marriage, Sexuality and Homosexuality

Understanding Homosexuality

Homosexuality, Theology and the Church

8 Comments on “Anne Heche’s Secret: Her Evangelical Mom’s Heartbroken Cry for Her Prodigal Daughter — 5 Things You Should Know [Horrible Video]”

    1. Kathi Part of the complicated story is that Annes mother says there was no molestation that was false and that Anne’s brother was a suicide her mother says it was an accident…
      In other words a false memory and perception of what happened

  1. But I read after her death that she said that her Dad who was supposed to be a good Christian had been sexually abusing her. Didn’t say anything about him being gay.

    Seems like living as a homosexual is a lot more acceptable than sexually abusing your own daughter.

    She sure did seem to be messed up. Looking for love w multiple relationships mostly heterosexual.

  2. I can relate the pain of this poor mother, may the Lord give her divine comfort. But I don’t think she is in the best position to reach Christian parents of gay or lesbian children, le5 her rest in God’s loving arms while you seek deeper God’s guidance and wisdom on this issue for more positive testimony of this sort. Blessings

  3. Thx for the rest of the story. God is sovereign. He is good. He is able to set the captives free. Praying for all those out there dealing with this including my family.❤️

  4. Anybody know why the title of this article says “horrible video”? Is there a video associated with this article?

  5. I am the baby sister of an active LGBT woman. In fact, my sister was one of the founding members of the organization. As a believer, well Christian, when my sister first ‘came out’ to the family, I told her because of her lifestyle, I would not be able to visit her, or come into her woman and woman home. I was a ‘baby in Christ’ and didn’t know about agape (unconditional love). One day in prayer God said to me, love covers a multitude of sins, 1 Peter 4:8. Because my big sister was, and is, my favorite sibling, I missed her so much. After God begin to speak to my heart, I was able to reestablish our sister-to-sister relationship. I pray without ceasing for my sister’s deliverance and because I strive to be more like Jesus every day, I’m able to show her that God kind of love. Still standing on His word and believing I will see a day when she walks in her total deliverance. She now acknowledges Jesus as Lord and Savior, and because I don’t beat her over the head with scriptures, she calls me for prayer and exhortation when she needs it. `Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the LORD Almighty. “What are you, O mighty mountain? Zechariah 4 1

    1. Satan isn’t called the deceiver for nothing. And he knew Anne was related to a strong Christ follower. He wreaked havoc on her mother by destroying the family. Hollywood has been a overwhelming Cyrene cesspool of evil and compromise (Add media, in general, to that). Her speeding so perfectly through that residential area under the influence of drugs makes me wonder if the powers that be took control of her car. If you saw the earlier newsclip of her barely backing out of the garage park, on her own, you’d wonder, too, how she could control a small car at 90 mph and drive it directly into a house at a T junction? Reminds me of the journalist who was in the process of blowing the whistle on some Deep State operation and then mysteriously ran his car into a tree at such speed, his car engine was found 100s of feet from his car. Ellen DeGeneres seemed only to shed crocodile tears when interviewed, confirming reports of her callous character. Was she in on it? Only investigators and witnesses to these bad actors* know more of the truth.
      *No pun intended

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