Transformation of a Homosexual: What Change Looks Like

David Kyle FosterEx-homosexual David Kyle Foster shares hope for those struggling with same-sex attraction.


In the recent documentary, Such Were Some of You, Dr. Neil T. Anderson was asked if change was possible for the homosexual who has given his or her life to Jesus Christ. His reply: “God has only one plan. It’s that we conform to His image. And so: Is change possible? That’s what it’s all about! That’s what Christianity is—it’s the process of becoming somebody we already are. We’re children of God, now we are becoming like Christ.

Change for those struggling with same-sex attraction occurs on the level of: 1) behavior, 2) belief, 3) identity and 4) desire. It may also involve deliverance from demonic strongholds and family-line curses, the unmasking of hidden roots of idolatry, fear, unbelief, unforgiveness, the renouncing of ungodly judgments and vows, the healing of emotional wounds, as well as the impartation of missing developmental pieces, such as affirmation and love.

Excellent. Powerful. Right on target.

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Transformation of a Homosexual: What Change Looks Like.


3 thoughts on “Transformation of a Homosexual: What Change Looks Like

  1. Change is always a possibility.
    We accept change for the things we believe should be changed, and mock the change that we believe to be detrimental or unnecessary.
    This is simply the result of fear.
    Fear of the unknown, fear of the new.
    God changed Jackie, as well as myself and countless others in this world.
    No one can complete the task He starts.
    It is His work entirely, His call, His love that shines above all others and cleanses us ultimately.

  2. Change is always a possibility because God gave homosexuals, as He did the rest of us, our free will. Change would be meaningless if we lacked that free will, and our transformation was predetermined for us. Instead of forcing us to do what He says, God actually chides us: “If only you would actually pay attention to my commandments! Then your peace would become just like a river.”—Isaiah 48:18.


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