Seventh-Gay Adventist Film

Posted on October 6, 2012

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If you have been following the articles on this website, you probably know about the new documentary called, Seventh-Gay Adventist.  Two Adventist movie producers filmed a movie about how difficult it is to be gay and Adventist.  The film trailer and other sources make it clear that they have a pro-homosexual agenda. 

Faith, identity and sexuality collide as three gay and lesbian Seventh-day Adventists are caught between the church they know and love and their desire to be fully accepted for who they are. One young man spent five years in “ex-gay” therapy trying to become straight, but now he’s falling in love with another man and wondering if that can be okay. Another was a Brazilian pastor who was fired for being gay. Can he find his calling again? And a lesbian mom from the midwest wants her daughters to grow up with her faith and beliefs, even though she knows her church might not accept their family. —>  SEVENTH-GAY ADVENTIST WEBSITE

I bumped into one of the movie’s producers in church today.  Stephen, the husband in the husband and wife team, visited our church to promote the showing of their film at the Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival here in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Stephan and his wife Daneen are flying all over the country showing their film at lesbian and gay film festivals and independent locations.  I am not sure what they are trying to accomplish, but they must have some financial supporters who really believe in what they are doing. 

I personally believe our current issue with Women in Ministry, the breaking down of gender roles, is just another step towards strengthening the homosexual agenda in the Church.  As more people accept the Women in Ministry agenda, they will be more willing to embrace the homosexual agenda.  

I will be watching the film tomorrow afternoon and will let you know what I think of the production. 

Let us remember that all people of children of God.  Some are seeking a closer walk with our heavenly Father and others are running as fast and far as they can from Him.  No matter how close or far people are from Jesus, we need to make sure they feel welcome and loved in our churches.  No one should ever be neglected, abused, or pushed away within a church family.  At the same time, we need to discover effective ways to teach our church members about what sin is and how to overcome it. 

Let us be Jesus to the world around us.     

      

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