The second annual Freedom March is set for May 25 at the National Sylvan Theater in Washington, D.C., and hundreds of ex-homosexuals and former “transgenders” will be proclaiming freedom in Christ in overcoming LGBT lifestyles. Led by founder and former “transgender” Jeffrey McCall, the event will have a mixture of worship and testimonies from folks like Luis Javier Ruiz and Angel Colon, survivors of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando.
“I was transformed through the grace of Jesus and found that others have been as well. These marches are a way to ensure that others who have overcome are not feeling isolated and alone,” McCall said.
Besides helping those who have broken free from an ungodly lifestyle, the march is also meant to reach out to the LGBT community and equip local churches that are seeking to know how to minister to LGBT-identified persons.
Two other marches are planned this year, one in St. Paul, Minn., on June 23 and Orlando, Fla., on September 14.
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