Personal Stories...from the people who know.
Love Transforms-December 27, 2017
“I was born in a church-attending family, but never encountered God personally. My parents divorced when I was 6 years old. At the of 7 years old, I had a crush on a girl. I didn't understand what I felt at the age of 7, and never gave it a second thought. I kept on thinking about that girl and was super excited to see her in my dance classes. Years went by and I had crushes on new girls. The feelings became stronger as I gave it more consideration.”
We are very nearly there. My testimony of my dad- August 29, 2017
"My dad suggested that I look to other families who were dealing with the transgender issue to help us deal with it in our family - people that he had become acquainted with online. Of course, these folks were not looking at this whole thing through the grid of Biblical truth which our family is committed to."
LOST IN CELEBRATION- May 30, 2017
It was a day Denise Shick had been dreaming about for years. She stood at the church foyer in an ivory hand-stitched gown, her mind racing and her heart thumping. When the wedding march began, her father crooked his left arm toward her, and as they took their first step, he leaned in and whispered, “I wish it were me in that gown.”
Finding Comfort-December 28, 2016
“Everyone is on a journey of self-discovery. For me, that journey involved a period of cross-dressing and also in finding comfort in God’s deep love.”
In the very beginning, my life was difficult, I had no idea how the world worked, especially at the home where I was raised. I was a victim of ADD/ADHD and never understood sequential rules and the like. I was disciplined regularly for actions I took; it was a while before I saw the consequences of them, so I could then avoid the consequence of punishment.”
Walking In The Truth- Sept. 20, 2016
“Even before entering kindergarten, I remember pretending to ride my tricycle to my imaginary girlfriend's house. But I couldn't tell anyone about her--weren't girls supposed to like boys? An even deeper secret was my strong desire to actually become a little boy myself.”