One of the hardest-hitting satanic attacks on God’s Word and on the church today is the notion that “Gay Christianity” and the LGBTQ+ forms of unbiblical sexuality are valid positions that should be accepted and even embraced by the Christian community, regardless of what the Bible says about this matter. IN HIS IMAGE is a documentary produced by the American Family Association, dealing Biblically and compassionately with this very timely and very sensitive issue.
The church is called to hold fast to truth, compassionately sharing it with others; not to run from confrontation and opposition to it. Do you recall Paul’s words to the church at Philippi? “Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.” Go down the line of this Scripture and ask yourself, “Is what the LGBTQ+ presents true? Is it honest? Is it…?
Dear ones, we are to identify with Jesus in our salvation, not to identify with our sin. We are to put on the new man, putting on Christ; we’re not to be tied to our old lifestyle. Keeping all these things in mind we invite you to come to the American Decency headquarters (203 E. Main St. Fremont) tonight (12/3/21) at 6:30 PM for the showing of IN HIS IMAGE and a time of Q & A with Stephen Black of First Stone Ministries.
Stephen, having come out of the homosexual lifestyle, addresses this deception with truth and grace better than any other I’ve heard. His passion for Jesus and truth is well-balanced by the grace he has received from Christ and freely passes on to others. As he went through West Michigan in October and now again in December, many have been blessed, helped, and encouraged by his message and testimony of transforming grace.
Invite your friends, family, and church to tonight’s event at the ADA for the film and the opportunity to hear this man of God speak truth into the church for such a time as this. Speaking truth is one of the most compassionate acts we can do. Help others hear.