REVOICE IS NOW RECRUITING CHURCH PARTNERSHIPS. DON’T BE DECEIVED.

THE ROOTS OF REVOICE : 2016 Q IDEAS CONFERENCES SHOW MOST OF THE PLAYERS AND EARLY TGC/ ERLC/ YARHOUSE PROMOTION OF REVOICE IDEOLOGY .

TIM KELLER, RUSSELL MOORE, REVOICE LEADERS , MARK YARHOUSE WERE ALL HERE IN THE MELTING POT OF THE “GAY CONVERSATION” SERIES .BY 2018 WE KNEW WHAT THEY WERE UP TO AND HAD SLITHERED INTO OUR SEMINARIES AND CHURCHES.

Rev Thomas Littleton

3/1/2022

This information is provided to help link the actual history of the development of Revoice and it’s deadly and divisive impact on conservative churches.

Revoice is now actively seeking to develop “Church Partnerships”. The movement has already split the conservative Presbyterian Church in America .In the background, unknown to many is the reality of these 2016 and beyond “Gay Conversations” including such leaders as The Gospel Coalition co-founder Tim Keller, Russell Moore ( TGC leadership council and then head of Southern Baptist Policy arm ERLC) and this radical host of Revoice leaders .

REVOICE LATEST EFFORT TO RECRUIT PARTNER CHURCHES IN THE EVER DEEPENING DECEPTION .

“Introducing the Church Partnership Program”

“For years, Revoice has been creating Christ-centered community for sexual minorities. Our conference has connected individuals who had previously lived in isolation and cast vision for abundant life in Christ Jesus. As we continue to care for our community, we believe God is expanding the work of Revoice – so we are excited to announce our Church Partnership program! Walking together in deliberate and consistent relationship, we will empower local ministries to compassionately and Biblically disciple sexual minorities.”

“Revoice Church Partnership offers three options for engagement, to meet the specific needs of individual churches. Our Shepherding Cohort provides monthly group training through a year-long curriculum, and connects ministry leaders with others who are growing in their care for sexual minorities. Our Consult program adds a private monthly meeting where we provide contextualized guidance to your ministry, and our Coach program goes a step further in helping you execute your own growth plan with access to specialized training.”

“If you are interested in your ministry becoming a Revoice Church Partner, fill out our contact form at revoice.us/church-partnership, and our Director of Community Care will contact you for a 30 minute informational meeting. We are currently taking applications in March for our cohort launching in April.”

Church Partnership

“Our Church Partnership program invites local ministries to walk with us in consistent relationship so they may grow in their capacity to disciple sexual minorities.”


What is Church Partnership?

“A long-term program focused on helping pastors and ministry leaders care for sexual minorities. We focus on increasing your own understanding, compassion, and shepherding skills.”

Who is it for?

“Any ministry leader looking to grow in their ability to care for sexual minorities.”

How does it work?

“We offer three levels of engagement:”

-“Our Shepherding Cohort provides monthly group training through important areas of growth. You’ll get to know leaders across the country who are asking similar questions so you’re not alone in the journey. We’ll cover topics such as outreach, caring for teenagers, and theology.”

-“Our Consult program adds a private monthly meeting so we can provide guidance to your ministry. Working with a Revoice staff member, you’ll identify specific needs and goals. We’ll establish a growth plan that you will execute.”

-“Our Coach program goes a step further. With two private monthly meetings, we will help you develop and execute a custom growth plan. Those meetings can provide training to key leaders in your ministry, create programs that meet the needs of your community, and address situations that arise over the course of our relationship.”


Interested in becoming a Revoice Church Partner?

“Our Director of Community Care will contact you to schedule a 30 minute meeting!”

BACK TO THE Q IDEAS GAY CONVERSATIONS BACKGROUND IN 2016

NOTE:THE ORIGINAL LINKS WERE ALL TAKEN DOWN AFTER THE REVOICE CONTORVERSY IMPLODED THESE DECEPTIVE EFFORTS AND MANY OF THE TGC/ERLC /SBC/PCA ADVOCATES WENT INTO HIDING.

NOTE: ALSO A Q IDEAS “CONVERSATION ” WITH REVOICE FOUNDER NATE COLLINS ,PRESTON SPRINKLE , LAURIE KRIEG AND RYAN T ANDERSON HAS BEEN REMOVED AND IS NO LONGER VISIBLE EVEN ON WEB ARCHIVE SEARCHES .

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ARCHIVED WEBSITE WAYBACK

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VERY LITTLE COMMENTARY IS NEEDED AS WE SEE ALL THE PALYERS ASSEMBLED IN THIS DEEPTIVE MOVEMENT .

The Gay Conversation

A New Podcast Series From Q

ABOUT THE PODCAST SERIES

In society today, the orthodox Christian belief that the practice of homosexuality is a sin is out of step with the times. This tension is unavoidable.

In a moment where the cultural consensus has completely flipped, many who hold to the historic belief avoid the depth of this conversation at all costs. The risk of saying the wrong thing, offending a new friend, being extreme or worse yet—unloving, quiets the dialogue. Yet privately, Christians are desperate to address this important topic with love, clarity and biblical conviction. Is there really a way forward that demonstrates both truth and grace?

EPISODE 006
Q+A EPISODE: WHAT QUESTIONS DID YOU HAVE?

In this episode we respond to several questions from you, our listeners. While this series invokes many passionate responses, we offer our opinions on a few of the questions that keep rising to the top. New York Times Bestselling Author, Preston Sprinkle, author of People To Be Loved joins Gabe Lyons, Founder of Q and author of Good Faith to discuss.

Key Contributors: Q Podcast listeners.

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This Q Podcast series, hosted by Gabe Lyons, convenes 25 voices, theologians, psychologists, gay individuals, opinion leaders and many more to weigh in on the most toxic and controversial conversation of our time. If you are a Christian—parent, friend, pastor or student—trying to navigate the complexities of sexual expression in 21st century culture, this is an in-depth conversation you simply can’t-miss.

Contributing Voices

Host

Gabe Lyons

Q Founder

Co-Host

Preston Sprinkle

Author & Professor

Contributor

Chris Yuan

Professor & Speaker

Contributor

Ann Voskamp

Author & Speaker

Contributor

Jeff Bethke

YouTuber and Author

Contributor

Tim Keller

Pastor & Author

Contributor

Eve Tushnet

Author & Speaker

Contributor

Russell Moore

ERLC

Also Including

Wesley Hill
Trinity School for Ministry

Caleb Kaltenbach
Discovery Church

Julie Rodgers
Writer and Speaker

Mark Yarhouse
Regent University

Deb Hirsch
Author & Counselor

David Gushee
Mercer University

Annie Downs
Author & Speaker

Scott Sauls
Christ Presbyterian Church

Justin Lee
Gay Christian Network

David Kinnaman
The Barna Group

Claude Alexander
The Park Church

Rod Dreher
The American Conservative

Dee Allsop
Heart+Mind Strategies

Os Guinness
Author & Social Critic

Stanley Carlson-Thies
Institutional Religious Freedom Alliance

Dean Curry
Life Center Tacoma

Eve Tushnet
Author & Speaker

Scot McKnight
Northern Seminary

EPISODE 005
PUBLIC SQUARE: POLITICS AND BAKING CAKES

How should Christians faithfully engage our political system when the government is at odds with historic Christian belief? Is our role to win legal decisions or simply to bear witness to God’s kingdom through the way we live and love? In the wake of the Supreme Court’s Obergefell ruling, questions remain about the role of Christians institutions in our changing public square. Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptists joins us to discuss the legislative landscape around religious freedom, LGBT rights, pluralism and the future of Christian institutions in America.

Key Contributors: Claude Alexander, Os Guinness, Russell Moore, Rod Dreher, Stanley Carlson-Thies, Dee Allsop.

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EPISODE 004
MINISTRY: HOW SHOULD THE CHURCH MOVE FORWARD?

Many people who identify as gay have had a poor experience in their local church. In this episode we discuss the term “gay Christian”, the science behind the “born this way” theory and practical ways the church can be a more welcoming place in general. In addition, we will hear personal reflections from Christians who experience same-sex attractions yet choose to live a celibate life. We’ll also learn hear how the Church can fulfill relational longings that go beyond sexual expression.

Key Contributors: Tim Keller, Justin Lee, Eve Tushnet, Mark Yarhouse, Christopher Yuan, Ann Voskamp, Annie Downs.

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EPISODE 003
RELATIONSHIPS: HOW DO I LOVE AND SUPPORT MY GAY FRIENDS?

Most people today have a personal friend who identifies as gay. For some Christians, this can create unique tensions and dilemmas about how to best support and love friends, family members and co-workers well, even while holding to the historic Christian position. In this episode we hear practical wisdom on handling invitations to gay weddings, how to respond if your child—or parent—comes out, the limits of theology and what it means to truly display Christian love to someone with whom you may disagree.

Key Contributors: Jefferson Bethke, Russell Moore, Caleb Kaltenbach, Tim Keller, Julie Rodgers.

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EPISODE 002
THEOLOGY: NOT WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS, BUT WHAT IT MEANS

One’s theology will determine everything about how they engage the gay conversation. In this episode, the Christian view of identity, sexual ethics and historic belief about human flourishing comes under the microscope. We define terms and consider how historic Christian arguments interact with the newer, gay-affirming points of view. From Leviticus to Paul, we address Jesus’ words around this topic and explore the Christian perspective on sexual design, gender difference and marriage.

Key Contributors: David Gushee, Wesley Hill, Tim Keller, Scot McKnight, Preston Sprinkle

Reference: In this episode, Preston references research that can be found in Andrew Marin’s book Us versus Us: The Untold Story of Religion and the LGBT Community

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EPISODE 001
CONTEXT: OWNING OUR HISTORY

As our culture’s affirmation of gay sexuality grows, what does this mean for Christians and the Church? In this episode, we address why we created this series and the tensions that exist around the Church’s posture towards this conversation. David Kinnaman, President of the Barna Group and co-author of the book, Good Faith, is one of several contributors giving insight on the latest research on Christians and extremism.

Key Contributors: Debra Hirsch, David Kinnaman, Caleb Kaltenbach, Tim Keller, Julie Rodgers

Q IDEAS PODCAST ON THE “GAY CONVERSATION ” 2016

Episode 006 The Gay Conversation | Q+A With Our Listeners0

Feb 18, 2016

In this episode we respond to several questions from you, our listeners. While this series invokes many passionate responses, we offer our opinions on a few of the questions that keep rising to the top. New York Times Bestselling Author, Preston Sprinkle, author of People To Be Loved joins Gabe Lyons, Founder of Q and author of Good Faith to discuss.

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Episode 005 The Gay Conversation | Public Square: Politics and Baking Cakes0

Feb 11, 2016

How should Christians faithfully engage our political system when the government is at odds with historic Christian belief? Is our role to win legal decisions or simply to bear witness to God’s kingdom through the way we live and love? In the wake of the Supreme Court’s Obergefell ruling, questions remain about the role of Christians institutions in our changing public square. Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptists joins us to discuss the legislative landscape around religious freedom, LGBT rights, pluralism and the future of Christian institutions in America.

Key Contributors: Claude Alexander, Os Guinness, Russell Moore, Rod Dreher, Stanley Carlson-Thies, Dee Allsop.

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Episode 004 The Gay Conversation | Ministry: How Should The Church Move Forward?0

Feb 4, 2016

Many people who identify as gay have had a poor experience in their local church. In this episode we discuss the term “gay Christian”, the science behind the “born this way” theory and practical ways the church can be a more welcoming place in general. In addition, we will hear personal reflections from Christians who experience same-sex attractions yet choose to live a celibate life. We’ll also learn hear how the Church can fulfill relational longings that go beyond sexual expression.

Key Contributors: Tim Keller, Justin Lee, Eve Tushnet, Mark Yarhouse, Christopher Yuan, Ann Voskamp, Annie Downs.

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Episode 003 The Gay Conversation | Relationships: How Do I Love and Support My Gay Friends?0

Jan 28, 2016

Most people today have a personal friend who identifies as gay. For some Christians, this can create unique tensions and dilemmas about how to best support and love friends, family members and co-workers well, even while holding to the historic Christian position. In this episode we hear practical wisdom on handling invitations to gay weddings, how to respond if your child—or parent—comes out, the limits of theology and what it means to truly display Christian love to someone with whom you may disagree. 

Key Contributors: Jefferson Bethke, Russell Moore, Caleb Kaltenbach, Tim Keller.

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Episode 002 The Gay Conversation | Theology: Not What the Bible Says, But What it Means1

Jan 21, 2016

One’s theology will determine everything about how they engage the gay conversation. In this episode, the Christian view of identity, sexual ethics and historic belief about human flourishing comes under the microscope. We define terms and consider how historic Christian arguments interact with the newer, gay-affirming points of view. From Leviticus to Paul, we address Jesus’ words around this topic and explore the Christian perspective on sexual design, gender difference and marriage.

Key contributors: David Gushee, Wesley Hill, Tim Keller, Scot McKnight, Preston Sprinkle

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Episode 001 The Gay Conversation | Context: Owning Our History0

Jan 14, 2016

As our culture’s affirmation of gay sexuality grows, what does this mean for Christians and the Church? In this episode, we address why we created this series and the tensions that exist around the Church’s posture towards this conversation. David Kinnaman, President of the Barna Group and co-author of the forthcoming book, Good Faith, is one of several contributors giving insight on the latest research on Christians and extremism.

Key Contributors: Debra Hirsch, David Kinnaman, Caleb Kaltenbach, Tim Keller, Julie Rodgers

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Episode 000 The Race Conversation | Race, Reconciliation and The Gospel0

Jan 12, 2016

“Implicit Racial Bias” refers to subconscious preferences for members of our own group. This silent and subtle tendency to “otherize” has loud and lasting effects, from perpetuating racial prejudices inside society to reinforcing personal hidden biases.

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CONCLUSION

REVOICE Movement was born in the conservative flagship Seminaries of the PCA (CTS) and the Southern Baptist (SBTS) .It is the product of the studies of Critical Theories on Race , Gender, Feminism, Sexual Minorities /Queer Theory and embodies the processes of SOCIAL CHANGE in the conservative Christian churches and denominations in the US, Europe and beyond . This process of “Gay Conversations” and promotion of the ideology of the American Psychological Association/ Mark Yarhouse Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity / SOGI is perhaps the greatest collaboration by deceptive evangelical leaders in our time. These endless “conversations” movements, books, curriculum and conferences are a classic DIALECTIC exchange to move Christians away from Biblical convictions and standards on human sexuality, gender, marriage and family. The Racial narratives of Critical Race Theory and rabid feminism are also part of this Intersectionality movement .

The tools of this trade are the classic Cultural Marxist tools of Social Change and Deconstructionism. Evangelical leaders ,including these documented above , are part of this grand deception driving the church toward inclusion in the Global Goals of inter-faith/ multi-faith global inclusive and affirming spirituality with the next generation , our children and grandchildren, being indoctrinated to be servants and minions in the “Common Good” as “Global Citizens”.

BUY THE TRUTH AND SELL IT NOT

Proverbs 23

19 Hear, my son, and be wise;
And guide your heart in the way.
20 Do not mix with winebibbers,
Or with gluttonous eaters of meat;
21 For the drunkard and the glutton will come to poverty,
And drowsiness will clothe a man with rags.

22 Listen to your father who begot you,
And do not despise your mother when she is old.

23 Buy the truth, and do not sell it,
Also wisdom and instruction and understanding.

24 The father of the righteous will greatly rejoice,
And he who begets a wise child will delight in him.
25 Let your father and your mother be glad,
And let her who bore you rejoice.

26 My son, give me your heart,
And let your eyes observe my ways.

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