I’m a Christian who is Transgender

Are you a Christian who is Transgender?

I need prayers for my Wife and Son to understand and support my Gender Dysphoria

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    • #132231

      For all my lovely and dear sisters, here’s a link to a Youtube channel by a very incredible, and devout Christian trans woman named Kimberley Beregrove. Do yourselves a huge favor and check her out. She covers almost every topic we might deal with. She’s straightened a lot of things out for many of our trans sisters and has had me in tears more than a few times. Here’s the link:

      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6MiiwWpRS-Ttn_PNyO61ng

      Hugs ladies, lots of hugs,

      Lauren M

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      • #134016

        Kimberley is very good, I have been following here for almost 2 years now.  She has helped me keep my Christian life on track while still being a CD/TG?

        Cassie

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      • #132379

        Lauren,  Thank you so much for this link.  I have been watching several of her videos and they have brought me a lot of comfort and helped with being able to understand and answer so many things that we encounter in our lives.  She has a wonderful personality and is someone I really enjoy listening to.

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    • #132226

      I am also a Catholic TG CD and I struggle with understanding my purpose and how I can be my true self and is this God’s will for me or am I choosing my plan? It is complicated. I pray for u you ou and all us girls for inner girl peace🙏

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      • #134012
        Laura Moore
        SILVER

        I am also a Catholic TG CD and I struggle with understanding my purpose and how I can be my true self and is this God’s will for me or am I choosing my plan? It is complicated. I pray for u you ou and all us girls for inner girl peace🙏

        I am a practicing Catholic as well. I find it hard to make sense of all of it, but I know who I am now, after many years of self denial and lack of understanding. I know two things for sure… I will always remain faithful to Catholicism and faithful to myself. I know who I am and trust that it fits into the grander scheme and that there is a place for me in paradise. After all, the first and most important commandment is LOVE so in addition to loving God and my neighbors,  finally after many years of pain, I finally love myself.

         

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    • #131918
      Emily Alt
      UNITY

      This survey is highly biased since the only answer is yes, LOL!

      I assumed the 2nd YES was actually NO and chose that.

      I’m a recovering Catholic and on a path that’s entirely my own.

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    • #131787

      The answer here seems obvious:  There are many “flavors” of Christianity.  I live a couple of blocks from a United Church of Christ, and a few miles from a Unitarian Church.  Both are very LGBT friendly.

      Feeling guilty about being who you are is definitely not good for you.

      I’m not religious at all, but I’m not afraid to tell people, “God made me who I am, and who are you to argue with it.”

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    • #131782

      I feel your pain. I am currently going through the same thing. Just remeber you have been dealing with this along time. They havnt. Give it some time. And try not to go crazy.

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    • #131528
      Barb
      BRONZE

      I clicked “No”, assuming the bottom “Yes” is really a “No”.

      However, if there was a distinction between “Christian” and “Evangelical”, then I would have chosen “Yes”.

      Good luck and God bless, Bobbi.

      Barb

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    • #131526

      Hi Bobbi,  I completely understand.  I’m a Christian and have battled with this all my life.  There are days that are good and then there are days that God and I have a lot of heart to heart discussions because of what I’m going through.  The one thing I know is that he loves me and I love him with all my heart.  I know he is always with me even when I’m at my lowest and hurting.  I will be praying for you and you can always reach out here anytime you need to.

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    • #131411
      DeeAnn Hopings
      AMBASSADOR

      Bobbi:

      For full disclosure, I grew up in the Presbyterian Church and have held church offices in 2 of the 4 cities where I have lived. For various reasons, I have been unchurched for about 20 years.

      The unfortunate truth is that many LGBT folks avoid being affiliated with various religious organizations is due to bad experiences. That’s sad because many have used their religious beliefs to discriminate against LGBT people. I think a key point for all of us to remember is that our problem is not with The Word, it is how The Word has erroneously been co-opted by some practitioners.

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    • #131405
      Dawn J
      AMBASSADOR

      I’m also a Christian woman. Still struggling with getting my wife’s acceptance. I’ll pray for you if you’ll pray for me.

      Dawn

       

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    • #131380
      Brielle
      SILVER

      I am also a transwoman who has been a Christ-follower since I was 8. Almost 6 decades now. I was experimenting with girls’ clothes as young as 5 and I’ve internallized all the “clobber passages” in the Bible that have been used to make us feel guilty and unworthy. They are misinterpreted and in some (many?) cases intentionally mistranslated to fit a hetero-normative agenda.

      There is ample reasearch to back up what I say here. Unfortunately, most believers have been taught a way to think about LGBTQIA+ people and they earnestly believe what they have heard in church. There is no basis in scripture for these beliefs but you can’t convince them of the truth without God working to change their attitudes.

      I am happy to discuss this further but to keep from offending others on the site that do not believe as we do, best to take it to private chat.

      Hugs,

      Brie

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      • #131390

        Thank you Brie,

        Please contact me through my email.

         

        Thank you,

        Bobbi

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        • #131410
          DeeAnn Hopings
          AMBASSADOR

          As a security measure, we don’t do E-mail addresses and phone numbers in messages. Please work through Private Messages…

    • #131377

      im not very religious but i will pray for you all anyway xx

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    • #131365

      Hi Bobbie, I’m also a Christian transwoman, who will be praying for you and your support of gender dysphoria.  I have gone through alot of discrimination in the churches because of who I am now, but I have not given up on God.  I pray for all transgenders, who are going through the same thing your going through and for others who are going through others issues in life.  My prayers are for all of us to be safe in this misunderstandable world.  I pray that God will have others accept us without judging us.

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    • #131363

      Hi Bobbi, I am a Christian as well. If you’re going through a tough time being transgender and a believer, I understand why.  When I came out to fellow believers at the church I went to, I was, basically, not accepted, period, no questions.  I am now going to a church that accepts me for who I am and is caring and considerate.  Feel free to talk anytime.  🙂

      hugs,

      Lauren M

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    • #131359

      Thank you Shiloh

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    • #131358

      You are welcome to reach out and talk, rant, ask for help and prayers anytime. I am a Christian and transgender. My journey has had it’s ups and downs.
      Peace and hugs
      Shiloh Rose

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