Posts with the tag “ex-lgbt”
Put away the flags!
by Sarah Sedgwick on November 29th, 2022
This week we launched all our training resources on to YouTube. For the full experience, with teaching notes we still recommend that you sign up to our e-learning platform (Click Here). But the main reason for launching to YouTube is to ensure we reach as wide an audience as possible. These videos are aimed at helping churches to assess where they are in terms of how friendly and welcoming they ...
by Sarah Sedgwick on November 14th, 2022
Transformed Ministries is 3 years old today! We celebrate God’s goodness as we look back and see his hand of blessing over our work. What the enemy meant for harm; God turns around for our good. I see that in so many ways as I look at how this Ministry was conceived, birthed and how it grows. As I hear prophesy speaking into our future as a ministry, I celebrate the love of Jesus for us and th...
Healthy Same Sex Friendships
by Sarah Sedgwick on October 19th, 2022
This week our TBGL peer groups are talking about healthy same sex friendships. It’s something we don’t often talk about; perhaps we consider it a non-issue or perhaps we are slightly embarrassed about our lack of close and intimate relationships with those of the same sex?On personal reflection, I recognise that I often put up barriers to becoming close to another woman. It’s not a sexual thing,...
by Sarah Sedgwick on October 10th, 2022
As a Ministry there are times when we are accused of being homophobic. This accusation is most often received via social media which provides the safety of anonymity and a lack of personal interaction. Those who meet anyone connected with our ministry would be clear that there is nothing about us at all that could be deemed to be homophobic. So why do we receive this feedback? One of the reason...
Products of Conversion Therapy??
by Sarah Sedgwick on September 30th, 2022
As Christians we live in challenging times, for members of the Rev12 project none more so than when we tell someone that we are former LGBTQ+. This immediately brings challenges and assumptions; the usual assumption being that we have been subjected to some kind of conversion therapy. Of course, most people don’t actually understand what is meant by that term, they have simply been indoctrinated...