Christopher Yuan knows what it's like to be a captive. A former drug dealer and homosexual who discovered he had HIV while serving time in prison, Yuan shares how God got his attention and eventually, his heart.
Christopher Yuan, who left his homosexual lifestyle after believing in Jesus, talks freely about his identity as a Christian.
Christopher Yuan delves into the meaning of holy sexuality as prescribed in the Scriptures: chastity in singleness or faithfulness in marriage. Yuan explains how Christians find their identity in Christ, not sex.
Rachel Gilson shares about her ongoing struggle against sexual brokenness. She suggests some helpful things Christians can do to enter into this important cultural conversation with love and wisdom.
Rachel Gilson talks about the importance of responding with God's loving design for a sexuality that is not arbitrary or cruel, on FamilyLife Today.
Rachel Gilson experienced same-sex attraction from an early age, but when she became a Christ-follower as an adult, God began to bring her views about sexuality under the authority of the cross.
Becket Cook tells the story of coming face to face with the God of the universe when he attended a church service. Becket tells how his belief in Christ has influenced and changed every part of his life.
As Becket Cook moved through one relationship after another, he never remotely considered that God might be the answer to his restlessness. Cook tells how his encounter with God changed his life forever.
Becket Cook tells how his Christian parents reacted when he finally came out to his family, and advises parents on what to do when their son or daughter comes out as being gay.
Pastor Caleb Kaltenbach recalls the first time his gay mother came to hear one of his sermons when he was a young pastoral intern, much to the angst of the elders.
Caleb Kaltenbach reflects on growing up with a mom and dad who divorced when he was 2 because they had each realized they were gay. Caleb offers insight on how the gay community perceives Christians.
Caleb Kaltenbach tells what it was like growing up with a gay mom and a gay dad, and how his attempt to prove that the Bible was false actually started him on a walk of faith.
Jackie Hill Perry talks about her former life as a practicing homosexual. Perry advises parents on what to do if their child is gay.
Despite her lifestyle, Jackie Hill Perry sensed that God was actively pursuing her. In 2008, she felt God speaking to her heart. Perry how her life slowly began to change.
Writer and poet Jackie Hill Perry reflects on her youth and the circumstances that influenced her to consciously rebel against her upbringing and her God.
Best-selling author Nancy Pearcey contrasts the secular view of the body with Scripture's view. Pearcey coaches parents on helping their children think biblically.
Tom Gilson coaches parents on how to address gender issues, and homosexuality and marriage with their teens. Gilson teaches teens how to respond as they are faced with cultural trigger points.
Tom Gilson reminds moms and dads to have critical conversations with their kids about spiritual and cultural issues so they will know how to respond when questioned about their faith and values.
How do we address the culture with grace and truth? Dr. Al Mohler helps us to have the courage to speak up for truth in a culture that tries to silence us.
Denny Burk and Heath Lambert explain that while some sin is external and comes from the outside, other sins are internal and stem from our own desires.
Heath Lambert and Denny Burk remind us that God wants all of our desires to conform to His will, including homosexual desires.
At a recent leadership conference to develop strategies to deal with gay marriage, Dennis Rainey winsomely delivers a timeless Biblical solution to the issue.
Dr. Russell Moore reminds Christians that the power of the gospel-the whole gospel-is salvation.
Ellen Dykas encourages mothers to really get to know their daughters and ask the tough questions.
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