A Discussion: What Does The Transgender Debate Mean For The Black Church??


Reader many members of the Black Church are very concerned about the term "gender identity" and the concept of transgenderism. And, according to some, it's war time. What does it mean for Christ-followers to offer grace and love to persons struggling with intersex physiology or with psychological uncertainty about their gender role in relation to others?



 For Beulah Missionary Baptist Church family it means entering into your  neighbor's' personal suffering and confusion with humility and compassion. It means entering into public policy debates related to transgender issues with a biblical perspective; with determination to uphold the divine origin, worth and eternal interests of others; and with the courage to speak the truth in love.  While many women and men and the church remains silent on certain issues and topics the world is imposing or has elected to enforce, impose and encroach upon our territories are you prepared?

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  1. Miss Ann,

    To answer your question, NOTHING!!!

    The LORD is my Shepherd, I shall NOT want...

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  2. Those folks are DEMON POSSED.They needs to be DELIVERED AND SET FREE. THEY WANT TO BE SOMETHING THEY AREN'T. GOD MADE MALE AND FEMALE NO IN BETWEEN. SATAN TRYING TO TWIST WHAT GOD HAS CREATED FOR GOOD FOR PERVERSION. GET REAL

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