Celebrating Jesus' power over homosexual lifestyles in DC

Friday, May 4, 2018
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Bill Bumpas (OneNewsNow.com)

WDC skylineA celebration of the power of Jesus Christ to free people from the grip of homosexual and transgender lifestyles will be held Saturday in the nation’s capital. 

At this weekend’s Freedom March, people who have been set free from such alternative lifestyles by Christ will gather in Washington, D.C.'s National Sylvan Theater, where they will fellowship, share stories and participate in group worship. 

Voice of the Voiceless President Daren Mehl is proud that his organization – which defends the rights of former homosexuals – will be participating in the march.

"This event represents an opportunity for our community to have a voice at the table in our culture,” Mehl announced about the march taking place on May 5. “We are celebrating the freedom that we've found through Jesus."

The conservative leader also stressed to OneNewsNow that it is important to get together with people who have gone down similar paths.

"I – in my journey – didn't have an opportunity to fellowship with someone who had gone through this journey of reconciling your identity and your behaviors to your faith, and so this is an opportunity for us to talk to each other, share our stories [and] encourage each other," Mehl shared.

Another attendee at the event will be a survivor of the deadly Pulse Nightclub shooting that killed scores of homosexual patrons in Orlando, Florida – a man who now professes that he has been freed from the homosexual lifestyle because of Jesus Christ.

Also speaking during Saturday’s march will be Elizabeth Johnston, who is more popularly known as “The Activist Mommy – a conservative leader who currently has more than half a million followers on Facebook.

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