Yet another revolution is springing up from all across the globe. Groups of courageous men and women are stepping forward to champion for change and to give hope for the impossible. They are the Rainbow Crossers and their life stories challenges the myth that homosexuality can never be changed. It is in their heart to see traditional family values strengthened, restored and protected.
We declare as Rainbow Crossers – CHANGE IS POSSIBLE.
I never imagined that I would enter the homosexual lifestyle after being raised in a God-fearing home and accepting Christ at age seven. However, after I graduated from college, I was so desperate to love and be loved that I didn’t care that my partner was HIV and hepatitis C positive.
I came out to my family and school friends at 17. They affirmed me as being gay and said that they had known this for years. I had only ever been same-sex attracted so of course believed that I was born gay.
My first lesbian relationship was so compelling and obsessive that I turned away from my Christian faith. It confused me as I thought God had made me lesbian. It seemed that God was cruel to make me this way and yet condemn me to rejection.
When I was a boy, I was sexually molested and abused for many years by older men. The abuse started when I was 6 years old the same time my father left my mother and I. Then my mother came to United States to work, leaving me in the care of my two great aunts...