“It Was a ‘Lost to Saved’ Thing”: Hundreds of Former LGBT Men, Women Gather to Share How Jesus Changed Their Lives
A number of formerly gay and transgender individuals have gathered in the nation’s capital for the second annual “Freedom March,” celebrating the shedding of their former identities and testifying to the newfound freedom they have found in Christ.
Around 200 previously fully-fledged members of the LGBT community came together on the grounds of the Washington Monument over the weekend to tell of the grace and healing they have found through having a relationship with Jesus.
“Look at this! This is Amazing! They say we don’t exist!” declared the march’s co-founder, M.J. Nixon, according to Life Site News. The event has tripled in size since its inception last year, with many more testifying of the transformative power of the Holy Spirit in their lives.
“It was the power of the Holy Spirit and the grace of Jesus Christ that fell on all of us,” said former trans woman Jeffrey McCall.
Another one of the attendees, Angel Colon, was a survivor of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting in Orlando, Florida. Some 49 people were shot dead when a gunman opened fire in the gay nightclub back in June 2016. Colon recounted his remarkable conversion and journey with Jesus, which began when he was lying on the floor dying from a gunshot wound sustained during the mass shooting.
“As I lay on the ground shot multiple times —
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