Lisa Wisnoski Robbins
Dr. Martin Luther King wrote these words:
“I have always felt that ultimately along the way of life an individual must stand up and be counted and be willing to face the consequences whatever they are. And if he is filled with fear he cannot do it. My great prayer is always for God to save me from the paralysis of crippling fear, because I think when a person lives with the fears of the consequences for his personal life he can never do anything in terms of lifting the whole of humanity and solving many of the social problems which we confront in every age and every generation.”
I am standing here with the GLBT community of believers to offer my respect and my support. You are not alone in your journey. There are many of us out there who welcome, love, support, believe in, and encourage you. I graduated from Cedarville back in 1981, and understand how heartbreaking it can be to be judged by those you love. So I stand here with you and will fight against the paralysis of fear so we can change the Church — one Christian at a time…. in this generation. Be strong and courageous!