We invite all! Let us show you that God is love. Let us be with you and together we’ll show the world what God’s love really looks like. With one voice let us proclaim Grace to other people of faith. God really does love us. God does want to have a relationship with us. In fact, he does have a relationship with us.
God would rather die than not have a relationship with you and he did so neither you or him would ever have to.
Free Indeed’s invitation, we want everyone to know that if you can’t find a church, group or gathering that accepts you as gay, same-sex attracted or bent toward that behavior and lifestyle Free Indeed is the place to come. Maybe you love your gay family member or friend and seek others of like mind. You will find peace and you will be Free Indeed.
Come one, come all! If you’re looking for a place to enjoy Christianity that isn’t “church” with like-minded, nonjudgmental, understanding people with which you can speak openly without fear, Free Indeed is for you.
Join us, enjoy us, share with us and build us up, because it’s your story that makes the collective so incredibly beautiful. We are living proof of the power God has in this world; that He reigns in our lives.
As you’ve seen in our written material, Free Indeed seeks to reach those who “struggle” with same-sex attraction and a relationship with God. Part of growth is making sure the message you have is understood fully; from all aspects of what you have to offer and say.
The one in the struggle may be the person who is experiencing same-sex attraction or is living an openly gay life or just simply has a bent toward that way of thinking as part of their sexuality.
The broader concept of what we are talking about involves all who are near this topic. This could be friends, family, coworkers or people at church. Anyone with a desire to understand God’s love for the person who is homosexual or gay or whatever you want to call it (same-sex attracted) is welcome into our family.
We have found many who want to express their love for gay people are “not allowed to”, with other friends (especially church friends). They are made to feel as if they approve of a lifestyle dynamic or behavior that is contrary to their core beliefs. Approving of the person and approving of the behavior are immensely different.
Each of us has a behavior that our closest friends or family would not approve of if they really knew the whole truth about us.
Therefore it’s critical to understand that accepting someone for who they are, or as we say in Free Indeed, “Approaching a life not a lifestyle”, is exactly what you’re called to do by God himself! It’s exactly what Jesus did! He always approached everyone with an open hand full of Grace and Love.
“Come to me all that are burdened and heavy laden and I will give you rest”, that’s what Jesus said in Matthew 11:28. “Whosoever will, may come”, Jesus said that too in Rev. 22:17.
A relationship between a human being and God it is not decided by their lifestyle, it’s decided by our choice to accept the forgiveness that Jesus gave us from the cross. That’s a relationship with God.
John, who lived in the lifestyle for 30 years and returned to Christ full force, and Brandon, a 21 year old straight man also in love with the Lord Jesus. A team of two brought together by God to act as one. One gay one straight both in loving relationship with Christ.