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Witnessing to Homosexuals and Others: Gay and the Gospel

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I love the gay community. So much so, I want them to hear the Gospel. Here’s a compilation of many encounters I’ve had with these people.

I’m featuring a few past posts demonstrating how I, as a Christian man and evangelist, have dealt with our gay, lesbian, transgender, and bi-sexual friends.

  • The Not-So-Great Prop 8 Debate details my intervention in a no-holds-barred shout-fest on the campus of El Camino College between supporters and opponents of this California amendment to define marriage as a union between a man and a woman only.
  • Inside the Mind of a “Radical Sign Guy” chronicles a conversation I had with a man named Reuben Israel who takes a very different approach to sharing his faith with the homosexual community. For the record, I believe he’s in error. Judge for yourself.
  • The Man Called Lena is an account about my daughters being awakened to the fact that there are many different gender identities on a college campus.

I hope you will be encouraged, as you read these posts, to be more loving in a straight-forward and gentle way by speaking the truth more boldly. And never be silent about the Savior!

12 Comments

  1. I loved the interview with the guy in the yellow t-shirt. The law and the gospel make so much sense. But just as the bible says, people will suppress the truth because they love darkness and the deeds thereof, rather than light.

  2. Rachael,

    I don’t love darkness and the deed thereof.

    Cheers,

  3. I loved the Interview with the guy in the yellow shirt, because he made a much more rational and convincing argument than the interviewee. The Interviewee tries to come across as intelligent, but ends up sounding like someone who is so excited to be doing God’s work he fails to see the hurt and anger that he’s spreading. Irony is you can tell he really Prides himself on his work…….and I think…..yep…..That’s one of the 7 deadly sins.

    People like this Pastor Steve only reinforce stereotypes of awful Christians by thinking that he is doing good. Please, for the love of GOD, you need to stop. Go live your life somewhere, pray everyday, love your family and children, and when you die go to heaven, but STOP spreading your b—- to other people.

    You need more understanding and less judgement, that’s God’s role, not yours.

    • Why the hurt and anger? I was being friendly and sensitive and telling the truth about what the Bible said. And I wasn’t even concerned with homosexuality. All of us fall under the same judgment….

      • Hurt and Anger comes from you, whether you believe yourself to be right or wrong, spreading fear and guilt to people.

        I watch a video of yours, “Horrible Bloody Face!” re watch that video and look at the his face at 2:40. You realize that you’ve ruined that poor kids day. And what you think you’ve done, has done the opposite.

        I imagine you think that that boy went around the rest of the day considering his choices and hoping to better himself in the eyes of God, when in reality I guarantee that boy went home feeling harassed, and hurt. Not because of God’s judgement on him, but because of yours.

        Your are intelligent enough to understand people’s different opinions, I hope. I’m sure you realize the position you put others in with your actions, do you not feel remorseful? Or do you justify your actions in the name of the lord.

        You say you weren’t even concerned with Homosexuality in your previous comment, which if you are as strict about the commandments as you claim to be, I know is a lie. You may have not preached it to the man above, but it was on your mind. You feel that Homosexuality is a sin and handed out your million dollar bills to the Gay and Black parade nonetheless.

        You realize that you essentially reminded every person there that they were going to hell that day, right?

        My heart aches when I see the pleasure you get in telling people how much they’ve sinned, and how glad you are in showing that you are pure and righteous. Because that is what you’re doing to these people, you’re not showing them their ways in the eyes of the Lord, you’re showing them their way in YOUR EYES.

    • I came across your comment defending the homosexual lifestyle. Did you know you WILL spend eternity in Hell unless you depart from this lifestyle? No matter how you try and sugar coat your choice, it is still against God. God calls homosexuality an abomination. It is very clear. I pray you will get into a true bible study and learn the truth instead of trying to defend this sin. We are ALL sinners…and unless you repent and turn to Christ and give up this lifestyle you will not go to Heaven. Please change and ask Jesus into your life. We are talking about eternity.

  4. Powerful statement Ron. I couldn’t have put it better.

  5. To any closeted LGBT folks out there:

    There is nothing wrong with your sexuality, any shame you feel is just a cultural thing, you can let it go and be loved for who you are.

    • Yes, you can be loved for who you are as long as you live in this world, and given the current climate in our country, yes, you will not feel much shame in this liberalized culture that has rejected God.

      But, if you want to be loved by God and forgiven of your sins, like the sin of lying (if you’ve ever done that, then you are a liar), or stealing (ever done that?) or misused God’s name which is blasphemy, or looked with lust which Jesus calls adultery, if you’ve sinned even one time, including the sin of homosexuality, then you will be found guilty and end up in Hell.

      But God became a man in the person of Jesus Christ, suffered and dies for all your sins, was buried for three days and rose again. If you, Tommy Wou, or any other person reading this puts your trust in Christ’s finished work on the cross and turn away from your sin, then God will forgive you.

      While we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.

      Please Tommy, consider this. Thanks for your comments. I appreciate them. Please reply back.

    • It is not a “cultural” choice. It is a SIN. You can pretend, or hide or live in darkness…but you will not go to Heaven. Please turn from this SIN and turn to Jesus. Repent, ask for forgiveness, and begin to live your life according to God’s will. Please.

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