Pastor, I Think I’m Gay

Who would have thought just a few years ago that we would face such moral decay and decline like today? The sexual conflict has caused confusion, compromise, and debate in our society. Even worse, the debate has spilled over into our churches. I must confess that, until recently, I had no idea how to deal with those struggling in this area.

Fortunately, when faced with a real life situation, God stepped in. He showed me something that was not new, but which had been set aside for too long. It is not a message that condones sin. It is a message of hope for those who are seeking answers.

Pastor, I know the challenge you face because I have faced it. I understand the conviction most pastors have against this sin. I hold the same conviction. I understand the pressure placed upon us by society. They demand we accept the lifestyle of those who have gone into sexual sin. They even demand that we condone it. This is impossible for any Christian to do without twisting the Scriptures.

• How do I help families with a loved one in sexual confusion?

• What do I say to a person who is struggling?

• Do I simply ignore their cry for help?

• Do I write them off as having no hope?

• Why does it seem that my convictions—at times—are at odds with my compassion?

I want to help you. There is an answer, one given from the lips of our Savior, recorded in Scripture. It is a Bible truth explained by men of renown such as Charles Spurgeon, D.L. Moody, Matthew Henry, John Wesley and many more.

This answer empowered me to help those in conflict with their sexual identity. Understanding this truth, we have seen lives transformed and set free all over the world.

 Get your copy of the book Born That Way After All so that you are prepared to help those who come to you seeking answers.


There are no comments

Join The Conversation