‘Love Me As I Am – Gay men reflect on their lives’ is published by The Quest, founded by Ade Adeniji and Darren Brady. It’s their first book, which they have decided to self-publish with the help and expertise of Editor and writer, Francois Lubbe. Judged by how well this project has been embraced by all the contributors, individuals and organisations involved, there is no doubt that similar future projects will be equally creative and rewarding.
Ade Adeniji, Co Founder of The Quest, Coach, Facilitator, and Organisational Consultant. Ade is a graduate of the Hoffman Process and an ordained Interfaith Minister & Spiritual Counsellor. In his spare time, he can be found immersed in the art of improvisation and storytelling. He is Editor of the autobiographical storytelling blog, for same gender loving people, OutTales around the Fire .
Darren Brady, Co founder of The Quest, Coach, Group leader and Creative Producer has also created projects, taught, mentored and coached teams throughout his life. Prior to his work within the world of personal development, Darren created the innovative property service Outlet, pioneering video project Pout, taught as both teacher and workshop facilitator as well as writing, performing and directing.
The powerful combination of Darren and Ade’s unique and different backgrounds, as well as their extensive experience in working with the gay community, is a force to be reckoned with. For more details on the work Darren and Ade do on The Quest, click here: