Helping People with Gender Confusion: Conference Videos

This is from the September 11, 2018 Family Foundation Summit in Richmond, VA

If you want to have greater compassion and wisdom to help “transgender” people find the truth about their God-given gender, I encourage you to watch these videos which include the following speakers!!

Rosaria Butterfield, author of The Gospel Comes With a House Key, is a brilliant former life-long, radical, activist lesbian college professor who describes a beautiful transformation to a heterosexual female identity through the love and hospitality of a pastor and his wife who had her over for dinner for two years each week. They were friends. That friendship changed her life and now she is married to a pastor.

Ryan Anderson of the Heritage Foundation, and author of When Harry Became Sally brought this subject into clearer focus with statistics and facts from the social sciences that opened our eyes to some new and helpful truths.

Bruce Ashford of the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary addresses “Ministering in an Age of Gender Confusion”

Sean Maguire, Director of Grassroots for The Family Foundation, shares his personal testimony of growing up with same-sex attraction in a Christian family

Such Were Some of You: Here is a movie I found about the roots of homosexuality that also has some bearing on the transgender issues. It has testimonies of about 10 former gay & lesbian people that shed a lot of light on the roots of their struggles with sexual identity and sexual sins.

Watch the videos!

Do Convicted Sex Offenders Live Near You?

Be Kind, but Be wise. Know where they live, work and study

This map shows where convicted sex offenders live, work and go to school in parts of South Hampton Roads.

I know this is a sensitive subject.

Two things need to be said: These folks need our compassion. Most were probably molested and so they became molesters. They all need to be born again, almost certainly need deliverance from evil spirits, be baptized and filled with the Spirit to help overcome their backgrounds.  Jesus died for them and jesus can give them a fresh start.

But our kids also need protection from being molested by those who are still addicted to sexual crimes.  Go to this website to find out where these folks live, work so you can be aware of those locations to protect your loved ones and to protect the sex offenders from unnecessary temptations if possible.

May God help churches to bring salvation, healing and deliverance to these folks.  There is a ministry devoted to helping sex offenders get back into life after prison.  It is a confidential ministry I can put you in touch with if you contact me.





Doris Wagner’s Deliverance Ministry

The Wife of Dr. Peter Wagner is a Gifted and Very Seasoned Minister of Deliverance--Especially With Leaders

Dear praying friends:
My big news is that I am planning on starting up a deliverance ministry once again after my return from Florida later on this month. Chuck Pierce has graciously given me a lovely little office at the Global Spheres building for that purpose.
I especially hope to minister to pastors and church leaders who have no safe place to go for ministry of this kind. I maintain total confidentiality.
I need your help in getting this word out. The only cases I hesitate to work with are mental cases, such as the DID, schizophrenia, and the like. There are people much more skilled than I to whom I refer such cases. However, God has gifted me in areas of addictions, lust, rejection, healing of memories, victimization. and ordinary bondages so rampant these days. I ask those who want prayer to fill out a questionnaire that gives me clues as to how to go about ministry. So I need people to contact me. My email is easy. Click here to email me.
Gratefully in Christ,

PS–I have known Dr. Wagner and Doris for decades. Dr. Waagner was one of my professors at Fuller Seminary. I highly recommend Doris!
You can read about how she ministers by getting her book, How to Cast Out Demons–A Beginner’s Guide. 

Lady Gets Delivered from Evil Spirits after She Forgives

Forgiveness is Powerful!

This is from a wonderful missionary named Wade Mchargue. I was in Brazil in 2013 with his daughter, Abigail, on a mission trip to heal the sick:


DELIVERANCE by Forgiveness
I had the opportunity to pray over a woman who came with great distress.  She was crying and shaking telling me of her mental torment of hearing voices inside.  Voices telling her to hurt people, and to kill herself.  She told me of the medication she is on but that they weren’t helping her depression or ridding these voices.
That morning I had sat before the Lord asking for His “rhema” for the day, and felt impressed to meditate again on Luke 4:18.  Truly the Lord speaks to us if we ask Him to Amen?
I told her her the day of deliverance was today.  She looked at me hoping but you could tell, battling if it was so.
I asked her when this deep depression started. She said it’s been about 10 years.  I asked her if there was anyone who she needed to forgive.  She thought for a moment… and said,  “the man who murdered my Dad.”  I asked if there was anyone else, and she said someone else as well who hurt her recently.
I asked if she was willing to forgive, that it was a choice not a feeling, and that unforgiveness was, in a way, saying to God, “I can bring justice to this person better than you can.”
She said she was willing to forgive and right there, she forgave these two men, crying and crying as she did.
I laid hands on her and commanded the enemy to leave her and not to return.  As I did this she started to fall over twice and I held her up as she swayed back and forth, then she started to cough.
She dropped to her knees and just wept and wept.  I asked her what happened and without looking up she exclaimed, “I feel so clean! So pure! the voices are gone!”
I saw her a week later, she was beaming.  No voices, healed and delivered in Jesus Name.  To Him be the glory forever!
I’ve seen people get healed of major physical pain by just choosing to forgive someone they had not forgiven.  One lady had to forgive herself before the Lord released her from intense pain.  Forgiveness is powerful!  The Lord demands that we forgive everyone–others, ourselves, and even God, if we need to.  Read Matthew 6 and Matthew 18 for more clarification on the Lord’s perspective on forgiveness.