HERE WE GO, AND THE DEVIL IS A LIE: ANDY STANLEY WILL BE HOSTING THE “UNCONDITIONAL CONFERENCE” FOR CHRISTIAN PARENTS OF HOMOSEXUAL-IDENTIFIED CHILDREN AT NORTH POINT COMMUNITY “SYNAGOGUE OF SATAN” INSTEAD OF HOSTING THE “UNCONDITIONAL LOVE CONFERENCE” FOR CHRISTIAN PARENTS ON HOW TO KEEP THEIR CHILDREN FROM BECOMING HOMOSEXUAL-IDENTIFIED CHILDREN. Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, says, NEWSFLASH! It is not the role of the church of the Lord Jesus Christ to accommodate sin of any kind in the lives of people who claim to be born-again Christians. The church’s role and purpose are to obey the Great Commandment, the Great Commission, and to preach the whole counsel of God, which is against all sin, and not to accommodate sinners who refuse to repent of their sins. Jesus Christ said, “If you love me, keep my commandments.” 

Andy Stanley, pastor of North Point Community Church

HERE WE GO, AND THE DEVIL IS A LIE: ANDY STANLEY WILL BE HOSTING THE “UNCONDITIONAL CONFERENCE” FOR CHRISTIAN PARENTS OF HOMOSEXUAL-IDENTIFIED CHILDREN AT THE NORTH POINT COMMUNITY “SYNAGOGUE OF SATAN” INSTEAD OF HOSTING THE “UNCONDITIONAL LOVE CONFERENCE” FOR CHRISTIAN PARENTS ON HOW TO KEEP THEIR CHILDREN FROM BECOMING HOMOSEXUAL-IDENTIFIED CHILDREN. Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, says, NEWSFLASH! It is not the role of the church of the Lord Jesus Christ to accommodate sin of any kind in the lives of people who claim to be born-again Christians. The church’s role and purpose are to obey the Great Commandment, the Great Commission, and to preach the whole counsel of God, which is against all sin, and not to accommodate sinners who refuse to repent of their sins. Jesus Christ said, “If you love me, keep my commandments.” 

Whyte has said the same thing regarding the so-called “Divorce Care Ministry,” which is not a ministry, and that happens to be in many evangelical churches today. Why can’t the church form a ministry called “Marriage Care” and focus on keeping people married? In many churches, the “Divorce Care Ministry” is a glorified dating hook-up place for horny, disobedient, divorced people or people getting a divorce who were not having sex with their spouses for selfish and foolish reasons. Sadly, often pastors and especially pastors’ wives play cupid putting divorced people together with divorced people, which is another abomination that has helped open the door for the homosexual nuclear bomb of allowing homosexuals as members of the church to be promoted in the church by people like Andy Stanley and others. The reason divorce and remarriage without biblical grounds have opened the door for homosexuality in the church is that homosexuals are not stupid. They know the Bible, too, and they know divorced and remarried people without biblical grounds are not to be church members because they are LIVING IN ADULTERY. That is why they insist on becoming members of the church, and weak pastors like Andy Stanley, Conway Edwards, and so-called homosexual-affirming pastors allow it, and also because often the pastor and his wife are divorced and remarried themselves. (By the way, if you have a pastor and wife who are divorced and remarried, particularly if their biblical grounds are questionable, like any other church minister who has been compromised by sin, their judgment and decision-making about the evils of others are decreased because they feel guilty about their sin.) The church is not to adopt the world’s view that homosexuality is a sin and abomination that people cannot get saved from, repent of, and cannot say no to. Thousands of Christian men are tempted to have sex with women who are not their wives, but God’s grace has taught them to say no to committing the sins of fornication and adultery, and they say no hundreds of times a year. 

Whyte personally does not understand what a man sees in another man, but Whyte says if that is your temptation, as a born-again Christian, be you, child or adult, you can say no and with God’s help and grace not commit that sin, just like all other Christians have to do. Jesus Christ said, “If you love me, keep my commandments.” No, you are not born that way. This so-called conference hosted by Andy Stanley is saying to the world and is a dog whistle to other homosexual-affirming pastors and pastors’ wives that having meetings like this is okay. And it is not okay. 

The church of the Lord Jesus Christ cannot follow nor accept the world’s belief that people cannot be delivered from the sin of homosexuality by the grace of God. Andy Stanley is running a synagogue of Satan. Whyte says, for the first time recently, it was impressed upon his heart that, not only in the liberal churches but in the so-called Evangelical, Protestant, Bible, and Baptist churches, because there are so many WOKE homosexual-affirming pastors and pastors’ wives, that formally conservative-leaning churches have a HOMOSEXUAL DOWN-LOW PROBLEM. In other words, for these pastors to be this invested and all in, to make practicing homosexuals comfortable and to let them become full-fledged members of the church, these pastors and pastors’ wives must be of the same demonic spirit to feel comfortable around this filthy abomination.

 

Scheduled speakers include Evangelical pastor who resigned after board discovered son’s attraction to minors.

Megachurch Pastor Andy Stanley, who has been the center of controversy following public comments he made regarding gay individuals in the Church having more faith in God, is scheduled to host a conference at his church for Christian parents of LGBT-identified children later this year.

The Unconditional Conference is scheduled to be held Sept. 28–29 at Stanley’s North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. Stanley is listed as one of the conference speakers on the event page of the Embracing the Journey website.

With a stated goal of helping “parents demonstrate the unconditional love of Jesus,” the Unconditional Conference includes a scheduled lineup featuring Stanley, Embracing the Journey co-founders Greg and Lynn McDonald, former megachurch pastor John Ortberg, North Point Ministries’ Debbie Causey, and LGBT advocate Justin Lee.

“In a world that makes us choose sides, experience a conference from the quieter middle,” reads a tagline on the site.

In addition to being featured in the guest speaker lineup, Stanley himself offers an endorsement of the event, writing, ​”Greg and Lynn have done a remarkable job with a difficult subject: raising a child who is gay in a conservative Christian culture that doesn’t always know how to respond or how to help. They tackle tough issues with grace, compassion, and integrity.”

Embracing the Journey’s stated mission is “to build bridges between LGBT individuals, their families, and the church, not in spite of the [Bible] but because of the [Bible], drawing parents and children into a deeper relationship with each other and vertically with God.”

In addition to the McDonalds, the lineup includes Ortberg, an Evangelical pastor who resigned from Menlo Church in Northern California in July 2020 after the church’s board of elders learned he allowed his son to serve as a volunteer in children’s ministry despite knowing he was attracted to minors.

Ortberg, who had pastored the multi-campus Menlo Church since 2004, reportedly learned his youngest son, Johnny, was attracted to children in July 2018.

The board of elders later said their leader exhibited “poor judgment” but that no harm was done to any minor in the Menlo Church community based on their investigation.

Causey, who wrote a book about her own son coming out as homosexual with featured endorsements from the McDonalds and Lee, is the director of Care for North Point Ministries and is featured on several videos and other pages of the Embracing the Journey site.

Lee, whose Nuance Ministries website features the tagline “Bridging the LGBTQ/Christian divide,” spoke of non-affirming Christians in a 2017 interview.

Source: CP, IAN GIATTI

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