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Countless individuals struggle with homosexuality.  Getting out of what some refer to as the “homosexual lifestyle” is difficult.  LGBT individuals who want out of this life often hear the success stories of “ex-gays” who went on to date/marry someone of the opposite sex while many, like myself, still struggle with a same-sex attraction.  Well there is another option…celibacy.  The media highlight the “coming out” stories while little is said about a growing underground movement of LGBT individuals who are leaving that life behind, giving their lives to Christ and choosing celibacy.  Jesus was celibate so I find no shame in choosing this path.  I’ve been on the path of celibacy for nine years now and, surprisingly, celibacy was not as difficult as I thought it would be.  God has filled my life in other ways.  There is hope in Christ and nothing satisfies like Jesus.  I hope these testimonies and resources give encouragement to those who are disillusioned with the Queer life and want out.   (If a link doesn’t work, please copy and paste in browser)

Walt Heyer

Kathy Grace Transgender Transformed Pt 1 of 2

Kathy Grace Transgender Transformed Pt 2 of 2

Such Were Some Of You: Larry Spargimino and Dr. David Foster

(For parents with LGBT children)

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(Pure Passion TV)


  1. I just finished your book “Queer to Christ.” It was such a compelling read. Your life experiences, your first-hand accounts and the painful emotions really provide great insight into how homosexuals suffer in their lifestyle and how we all desperately need Christ. I thought it was also really interesting the way you present the gospel with such conviction and offer critiques or perspectives on what the Church is doing wrong. For example, when you mentioned that the Church instructs more about the sin of homosexuality than divorce. Wow. We need to start addressing divorce more! As the Church divorce stats are at about 50%, similar to the general public, that means 50% of the congregation any given Sunday is divorced. It would really help to effectively on God’s biblical intentions for marriage and how He hates divorce.

    While I’m just writing on…I’d like to say that I saw and felt parts of my own adolescent emotional pains paralleled in your book. I thought of the dull and sleepy towns you grew up in, and how you didn’t have healthy support in help and guide you as a young boy transitioning to manhood. I am a heterosexual single woman, but suffered from a clinical eating disorder as an adolescent. I sought out a more mature development but fell into boredom, unhealthy culture and thus unhealthy cultural reinforcements. I didn’t have a godly person helping or guiding me into areas of healthy self-development. Thank God, that no matter how little I had learned from my Catholic upbringing. I sought Jesus Christ through the bible and prayer.

    Bottom line: Loved your book! God bless!

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