George Carneal is a pastor’s son who spent 25 years in the homosexual lifestyle. He wrote the book, “From Queer to Christ,” to share how God brought him out of that bondage. While George often speaks at conferences and churches, working with pastors who are struggling with how to address the LGBT issue, working with Christian parents who are seeking guidance on how to help their LGBT children, and giving hope to LGBT individuals who want out of that life, he struggles financially to run this full-time, much-needed ministry.
George has done numerous television and radio interviews boldly exposing the lies of the LGBT agenda and sounding the alarm about the reality of that life vs. what the media and Hollywood portray. If you would prayerfully consider financially supporting this ministry, he would appreciate it. Additionally, he guarantees that any individual, church, or organization who financially supports this ministry, the information will never be made public and all information is kept private and confidential to alleviate any concern of backlash. If you want more information, please visit his website at: https://www.georgecarneal.com or feel free to email him if you have additional questions: email@example.com. Protonmail is an encrypted email service that protects your privacy. He is also available to share his testimony in person or via Zoom/Skype/Streamyard, etc. if you feel your congregation would benefit from his testimony. You will see a list of churches and conferences listed on his website where he has shared his testimony.
Lastly, never give up on anyone in bondage. As long as they are breathing, there is hope. George is grateful he had Christians in his life who didn’t cower to the PC mob and continued to boldly speak the truth of God’s Word, in love, and today he is out of that bondage. Praise God!
George told me that churches he has approached about taking the ministry under their authority, the Bible order, have declined for various reasons such as: (1) they are compromised and support the LBGT agenda, (2) they fear backlash from the LBGT mob, and (3) they reject reaching out to people in the LBGT bondage (they feel they are too far gone, cannot be helped, etc.). George is glad there were Christians with the heart of Christ his life in his 25 years in the homosexual lifestyle who, in love, told him the truth of God’s Word.
George never discloses the source of any donations to the ministry without permission so that the donor is not attacked; everything is kept private and confidential if that is concern.
Author, “From Queer to Christ”
I grew up in the ’70s, raised by a Southern Baptist minister in the ultra-conservative Bible Belt. For years I struggled with my Christian faith and homosexuality and share my painful journey through a secular world at odds with homosexuality, in addition to a religious world that is hostile to homosexuals. Sadly, many gay, lesbian and transgender individuals don’t know that there is a God who loves them and longs to have a relationship with them.
I spent 25 years immersed in the world of homosexuality and share some of the pitfalls of that life. This is not about glamorizing a life I once lived nor is it about self-pity. My story is not an attack on the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) or Christian communities, nor is my story a representation of what all LGBT individuals go through. This is merely my journey and what I learned along the way.
Deliverance from what many refer to as the “homosexual lifestyle” is possible. While some transition successfully into a heterosexual life, others (like myself) have chosen celibacy. God provided the necessary healing in order for me to have the strength to walk out of that life. The main goal should be trying to live a life that is pleasing to God and in alignment with His will. There is hope in Christ.
I share this with you for His glory, not mine. Thank you for reading.
I, like George Carneal, was a fornicator and spent a lot of time partying, drinking, and fornicating. No matter what I did, I could not fill that inner void until I repented (turned to God) and trusted Christ to save me from something I could not save myself from.
As I have told sodomites and lesbians I met while street preaching, at work or elsewhere, my besetting sin was as bad as theirs. I spoke to them as a sinner saved by grace from God’s judgment. I explained to them that I fornicated, but not with those of the opposite sex. Any sex outside marriage is sin. I explained God’s judgment. I explained God’s plan of salvation. I explained that Christ saved me and made me a new creature. He regenerated me. Old things passed away and all things became new. I am now indwelt by the Holy Spirit who gave me new desires and redirected my life for His glory.
None that I have witnessed to became angry. In fact, some thanked me for sharing what I had to say in love.
God says that any sex outside marriage is sin. He ordained marriage and proclaims that only a man and a woman can marry. He never gave jurisdiction over marriage to any other authority, including civil government. Therefore, no matter what the United States Supreme Court says, only a man and woman can marry (See Matthew 19.4-6, KJB where Jesus confirms the Genesis narrative of the creation of man and woman (Genesis 1.27) and that marriage is the union, under God, of a man and a woman (Genesis 2.23-24)).
Sorry, But We Won’t Rewrite the Bible for Gays and Lesbians (062616)(“… In response to my open letter to Isaac Archuleta, who describes himself as a bisexual Christian, Richard S. posted a lengthy comment on my personal Facebook page, including this statement: ‘The logical conclusion to your theology (gays can change and if they don’t it must be because they don’t have faith or are deceived) is extremely damaging to the souls of gay people. That was the point of Isaac’s letter. No amount of nice words will erase the damage. Only honest reconsideration of your theology will bring healing. Please don’t discount/deny the faith of your gay brothers and sisters. They have much to contribute to the church.’ …” [Good article, but I do not agree with everything the author states such as “[W]e don’t say or believe that if gays don’t change “it must be because they don’t have faith or are deceived”.”)
Some Essays by Jerald Finney:
Articles on the Sodomite and LGBT Agenda
Article: Here Comes Polymory, Progressives Push for End to Marriage Between Two People(July 27, 2020)(As I said at least 20 years ago, America is a moral cesspool, and it is getting worse at an accelerating rate. As I said then, based upon Bible prophecy and facts, God judges nations and will judge America. Bible grounded Christians know this. Others do not, many because they are being misled by false theologies or by false “prophets.” Read Romans 1:18-32 for the steps in the downfall of a Gentile nation and also Leviticus 18, both copied and pasted at the end of this page, to learn the fate of America and those who wallow in their sins.)