CT: How a gay atheist teenager discovered Jesus and stopped living undercover

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In Christianity Today, Greg Johnson, the pastor of Memorial Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, shared his testimony of growing up gay, finding Jesus, and eventually becoming a Presbyterian pastor committed to upholding the unchanging Christian sexual ethic:

The gospel doesn’t erase this part of my story so much as it redeems it. My sexual orientation doesn’t define me. It’s not the most important or most interesting thing about me. It is the backdrop for that, the backdrop for the story of Jesus who rescued me.

Read the full testimony at Christianity Today.

Photo credit: Karen Kallberg

One thought on “CT: How a gay atheist teenager discovered Jesus and stopped living undercover

  1. I pleaded for an easy bake oven when I was five too. I remember one of the first and only birthday parties that was held for me, I received the EBO…with tears. I actually got on stage with the Chuck-E-Cheese robot I was so delighted—and then I got kicked off.

    This guy is legit. Hahaha

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