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Video Blog 004: I Think I'm Gay


From: Chip Dizard

Description: A discussion board post about having feelings for a friend of the same sex led to this discussion between Dwain Esmond, Eddie Hypolite and Matthew Gamble. They share some ideas about how to process these feelings that may be helpful for yourself or for someone you know.

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From:Shane
Date:5/3/2010

Praise the Lord! Thank you guys for your sensitivity and Godly love in your comments/advise. Thank you Insight for being so "real" about this and caring enough about young people who are struggling with same-sex relations, or dare I say it - homosexuality (a word that so many in the church cringe to even pronounce). It's well past time that our Adventist church came to grips with the fact that it does and is happening with in our church and ignoring it will not do anything positive for anyone. Young people (and not so young) are crying out for help, sometimes in the strangest ways. May God keep blessing Dwain and Pastors Eddie and Matt.

From:disappointed adventist
Date:4/6/2010

wow, what weak, cliche arguments. very disappointing.

From:Jacey
Date:4/1/2010

Yeeahhh! Pastor Eddie and Dwain! Two guys I enjoyed hearing speak at the Youth Rally in Seattle and the Pathfinder Teen Retreat at Sunset Lake! You guys are AMAZING keep living for God!

From:John
Date:7/17/2009

We must remember that the goal is not to become straight but to become holy. Whether or not God chooses to take the feelings away we must choose to remain holy. It's a struggle for me every day but God is always near to me.

From:Jackson
Date:8/27/2008

A different point of view: http://www.revolutionnyc.com/audio/20080622.mp3

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