Coming out gay is a courageous choice.
Enjoy true stories of coming out gay and Christian from readers around the world.
Because God has a rainbow
for every road you travel.
There's so much false information about gays or lesbians that many people still have the wrong idea about what and who we are.
One of the best ways we can understand each other is by listening. Sharing your story in a way that benefits others is an act of courageous love. Hearing the true story of how someone you love has honestly struggled to come to terms with being gay and Christian can break through the stereotypes and start us on the path to understanding.
is honest, courageous and loving.
Please remember we're a G-rated, family friendly website. When you tell your story, thanks for including testimony about how you trusted Jesus as your Savior. Sharing your story here gets the word out to gays and lesbians in 196 countries around the world. How cool is that?
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Gay Christians are in a sometimes difficult situation.
We are not fully accepted by the Christian community and we are not fully accepted by the gay community.
The Christian community asks:
“How can you self-identify with
people who are an abomination?”
The Gay Community asks:
“How can you keep your faith
when so many Christians hate you?”
These true stories from Gay Christians may help to answer those questions.
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I thank God I am His and He created me gay
Four years ago, I wrote my coming out story and Rick published it - Murray's coming out story. A few years later, I sent an update which you may …
Coming Out at age 64!
When I'm 64 is the title of a Beatles song which was popular when my wife and I were married in 1971. We took it as our theme song, little knowing …
My closeted testimony
My story starts around four years ago near the end of my first year at Grammar school. I was a young and very atheist boy who hated God and all to do …
It took a few years to get there
I can't pinpoint the exact time when I became a Christian. I grew up in a strong Christian household and raised in the church and with parents that …
My homosexuality led me to become a Christian!
Right around the time I realized I was gay, I figured, what's the point? If I'm going to hell regardless of how much I love God, or try to be a good …
My new begining
I grew up in a Catholic home and that is what I see myself as. Growing up I always felt a love for Christ. Jesus is my first love! I came to Christ when …
I am a bisexual Christian
My name is Isma'ila and I have been a Christian ever since I was fifteen years old, and I have been bisexual even longer than that. I first knew something …
My Mom and Dad come out
No, my Mom and Dad were not gay. But parents of GLBT kids must also come out, in the sense that they acknowledge that their kid is gay. And for some, …
Why me Lord Why me? Update
About four years ago, I originally gave my testimony on this website as a gay man whom Jesus saved. Since then my God has been so good to me and …
Reconciling my faith with being gay
I was raised Roman Catholic and am one of the few Catholics I know who had positive experiences with the church growing up. I have faltered in my …
I asked God to straighten out my broken life
I am in my 50s and have been a lifelong Christian. Through my own fault, I had let my life flounder and got to the point where I prayed for God to …
My parents were torn between celebrating my uniqueness and trying to force me to turn out like my older brothers and sister. This dilemma was fueled …
A Transgender Comes Out
Hello, my name is Dix. First, and most importantly, I am saved, sanctified and filled with the Holy Spirit. I am a child of the Most High King. God is …
Better Late Than Never - Coming Out As An Adult
Childhood Abuse Caused Self-Esteem Problems In my childhood, I was severely abused by a family member, not sexually but physically, mentally and …
A Gay Christian's Coming Out
Ever since I was little I was brought up in church. I had attended on Sundays, and during the summer for Vacation Bible School, and participated in a youth …
Accepted by God Just as I am
I have been gay my entire life. Being raised in a Christian home, I have wrestled with this for a very long time, trying to reconcile my homosexuality …
Why me Lord, Why me?
"For you created my inmost being, you knit me together in my mother’s womb..." -Psalm 139:13-18, NIV I love these verses from the Psalms of David. …
Out at 54
Being born in 1950 in the UK when being gay was illegal meant that for most of my life I rejected the fact that I was gay. In 1967 I accepted Jesus as …
My Coming Out Story
Okay, so where do I begin? I'm eighteen, soon to be nineteen, and I will be returning to university this Fall as a Sophomore. I would like to believe I …
A Mighty Whirlwind
'Changing your mind' about your sins and your need of a Savior leads you to “receive abundance of grace and of the gift of righteousness” …
Withdrawing from ministry in the Catholic Church
The following is the letter I emailed to my friends, family and Catholic Church officials advising that I have decided not to become ordained as a Deacon. …
A Mother's Love.
I grew up in a Christian Fundamentalist setting. My beloved great grandparents were Assembly of God preachers. My father was very adamant about fundamentalism …
Taking off My Mask
Let me start by telling you that I fought it. I fought being gay with every fiber of my being. I wished it away. I begged it away. I lay prostrate on my …
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We are saved:
by grace alone through faith alone
Jun 13, 21 09:39 AM
Romans 1, in historical context, is about ancient Roman fertility goddess worshipers who engaged in shrine prostitution to worship Cybele, not gays and lesbians.
Jun 07, 21 05:56 PM
Gay Christian 101 - Presenting accurate biblical and historical info defending LGBT Christians from those who rip verses out of context to condemn.
Jan 19, 21 03:07 PM
Arsenokoites is rarely, if ever, used in antiquity, to describe homosexuality. The Greek language had other words for that.