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Video offers advice to Christian parents with homosexual children

Mon, Jun. 13, 2016 Posted: 02:43 PM

By Mark Ellis

David Kyle Foster, the former male prostitute who once hated God, had a dramatic turnaround in his life after he met Jesus, and a river of new life flowed into his heart. Foster began offering hope through Christ to sexually broken people 30 years ago.

He authored Love Hunger and produced the documentary film, “Such Were Some of You.” His latest documentary, “How Do You Like Me Now?” offers consolation and guidance to Christian parents looking for answers.

“This video is one of comfort and some good advice about understanding what they are up against,” Foster says.

The production prominently features the wise counsel of Joe Dallas throughout, whom Foster considers “a giant in the field of sexual brokenness.”

“When I came out to my parents in 1971 it was a very different world,” Dallas relates in the film.

With compassion for a child’s struggle, he says parents must hew to a message centered on the cross of Christ when addressing gay children:

“I am telling you with tears that you still must take up your cross,” he says parents must communicate to children. “The cross is never easy; the cross is messy; the cross denies to us things that seem so natural and right and vibrant and it is no small thing for me to be telling you that you must say no to this."


Mark Ellis