One of the complaints that the world has with the church is we are hypocrites and live in sin and even cover it up. What if we actually handled sin biblically? What does the Bible say we are to do with someone who lives in open sin yet says they’re a Christian?
Growing up as a pastor’s kid in the rural south, Bekah always was a good kid with all the right answers. But after she found herself wrestling with her attraction to a female friend which ended up in a relationship, she began to question how to live as a Christian who didn’t experience attraction to men like her female friends. She discusses her journey of processing and how she now stewards her sexuality in a godly way. This is NOT a story of going from gay to straight; rather a story of how to be obedient to the sexual ethic God has prescribed for us.
What happens to those who never hear the Gospel? Well, before we can dive into that, we must establish: What is fairness? What is justice, grace, mercy? Here’s what they are and why misusing them wrongly affects how we view the Gospel.