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I have struggled so much in life because of the idea that you cannot be Gay and be a Christian. I have been judged, fired, disowned, attempted suicide multiple times, battled addictions, lost businesses, broken relationships, and all because I listened to the world. I listened to others instead of listening to God. I have feared what others have thought of me, feared judgement, so much that I had become this non-producing, depressed, hollow soul.

About David

December 14, 2018

How do you heal from the pain caused by so called Christians? How do you recover from a lifetime of rejection and judgement? How can you forgive someone who damned you to hell? How do you love when it isn’t reciprocal?

The answer? I wish I knew. These big questions are big for a reason. What I do know is that I have been there. I have experienced all of these and so much more. My answer was God. It is God. He is the only reason I am alive, and He is the only reason I have been able to love, forgive, and live.

I am a Gay Christian man. Yes, you can be both. I have gone through some of the most unimaginable things in my life, mostly because the world does not think you can be both. In fact, the majority of people think it is impossible. I have dealt with drug addictions, suicide attempts, being kicked out of a leadership role in my church, being disowned by my family, losing businesses, countless broken relationships, all because of this lie. In this podcast I will tackle the lies that I not only told myself, but also the lies that the majority of people think. God does love you. You can be Gay and be a Christian. At the end of the day, it only matters what God thinks and what you think about yourself. Who cares what any other person thinks or says about you. Yes, this is near impossible to internalize, and even harder to do. But, with a little guidance and a whole lotta patience and hard work, anything can be done. 

If you have questions, please feel free to contact me. The best way to break down the fear of the unknown is to educate, start conversations, and empathize with one another.  

 
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