How Do I Share the Gospel with My Gay Parent?

Episode 474 Show Notes 

From the Show

The broader sexual ethic in society is something that goes directly against so much of what Scripture teaches. We have to be bold! As Christians, this is going to be one of the most difficult things for people in our culture today to understand, to embrace, but the fact of the matter is Jesus has always said, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me.” This isn’t just a hard word for people who feel same-sex attracted. This is a hard word for each and every single one of us because all of us have sin. All of us need the grace of God to deny ourselves, to take up our cross, and follow after the Lord.

—Adriel Sanchez

Questions in this Episode

1. Is it a sin to skip church? 

2. Before the restrictions related to the coronavirus, our church was to no longer serve the Lord’s Supper once a month on Sunday but once a month on a Wednesday during an all-church prayer night. I struggle to understand why we would observe it on any other day than the Lord’s day. Is this an acceptable practice? 

3. How would you suggest someone of the faith talking to a parent who is gay and lesbian about the Christian faith? She knows the gospel, but she will say God made her that way, that he loves her, and that she is going to heaven without having to change or deny the flesh.

4. What exactly happens when we die? Do we go to heaven or into a deep sleep?

Resources

10 Things You Need to Know About the Bible and Homosexuality by Michael Horton

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