• ‘I Used To Be’ – Citizens Link an Affiliate of Focus on the Family is Reaching around the Hate

    July 23, 2011 9:18 pm 6 comments
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  • “Virulent?” Do you mean like a deadly virus or something? “Discriminatory?” “Intolerant?” “Disdainful?” Please….

    The name-calling by FFRF is completely unnecessary for its Establishment Clause argument, and seems to be totally out of character for that organization.

    Bruce Hausknecht

    So many people have preconceived ideas and stereotypes about Christians. What they don’t understand is many Christians used to have many of the same problems that secular people have. They may have failed marriages or a tattoo they are ashamed of. Some may have done things in a kitchen with a body builder during a friend of a friend’s party that they are regretful for and seek redemption.

    Citizens Link, a group associated with the Focus on the Family put together this engaging video that speaks directly to those with regret, even those that cry every night because they like wearing women’s clothes and posing in public places. Or they might be regretful for allowing drugs and alcohol to stoke the flames of eternal damnation.

    Even the controversial subject of gay curing is addressed with a brave soul witnessing to the curative power of the Citizen Link message.
    Shame is something no one should have to live with. Reach around and hug a sinner, it may be the best thing you can do for them. Praise be.

    Watch the attached informative video that really tries to clear the air and open the heart of skeptics to a new chapter.

    http://www.citizenlink.com/2011/03/14/white-house-anti-bullying-summit-provides-platform-for-activists/

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