Women's Conference 2016: Patti Height
Patti Height came out for the first time as a teenager, embracing a homosexual lifestyle along with drugs and alcohol. But in 2003, she came out again. Not as a homosexual, but out of homosexuality and into the forgiveness and grace of Jesus Christ.
The issue of homosexuality is a hot button topic in today’s society. For Christians, it is even more so. In regards to the LGBT community, christians and the church are often seen as bigoted, hypocritical, unloving and uncaring. But is there a way for the church to change this perception and come along side this community to minister to them and love them?
Guest Patti Height believes there is. She has founded Out of Egypt Ministries to help churches accomplish this goal. Out of Egypt is a non-profit ministry that is dedicated to speaking forth the truth of God’s Word to a generation that has been enslaved by lies. Patti Height knows the destructive bondage that comes as a result of believing and living under this deception, and began this ministry with a desire to help others find the same peace and healing she found, through faith in Jesus Christ. As a teen, Patti turned to alcohol and drugs, and later entered into the world of homosexuality. For many years she believed the lie that there was no hope for change, and her life spiraled down as a result. Today, Patti’s life is a testimony to the transforming power of God and the truth of His Word. In 2003, she was set free from the bondage of addiction and homosexuality, and is now committed to sharing with others the hope and freedom she found in the Gospel.
I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, that you should not be their slaves; I have broken the bands of your yoke and made you walk upright.
This episode first aired on June 11th, 2016.
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