In case you’ve missed it, there’s a big kerfuffle going on over at Andy Stanley’s Northpoint Ministries and its various massive campuses. Apparently, Andy Stanley is a lot more pro-LGBTQ than folks thought. For the last several weeks, he’s been all over the headlines after a sermon of his resurfaced where he basically said that homosexual people who love Jesus have more faith than most Christians. I know, it sounds crazy, but it’s true.
And, there’s more. We posted a clip on Twitter of a really flamboyant homosexual bragging about being baptized at one of Northpoint’s campuses, Buckhead Church. He’s talking about how the church was super accepting of his lifestyle. It gets worse, though. There are some Southern Baptist pastors who are deep in the mix of several North Point-affiliated pro-homosexual ministries, which are all about affirming not just the fact that someone is queer, but also the unthinkable actions that come with satisfying these aberrant desires.
This pro-homosexual ministry is being guided by groups, one in particular that’s closely tied to Northpoint called Embracing the Journey. It’s run by a licensed counselor at Northpoint named Debbie Causey, who’s also an ordained pastor at her church. Causey and her ministry, Parent Connect, are all about teaching parents how to be supportive of their kids if they come out as gay. And, they’re linked up with the Reformation Project, a group that’s all about promoting gay Christianity.
Now, we’ve discovered that basically all this time, the leaders at Stanley’s churches haven’t just been accepting, affirming, and counseling the lifestyles of the sexually aberrant, but publicly applauding and celebrating them.
We’ve discovered at least on “transgender” person who came out on their Instagram page giving himself self-praise for taking thousands of pills, having surgeries, and more to deceive himself and others into believing that he is a female. Here are the posts:
After posting that he has taken 3,576 pills, 16 shots, had two surgeries, and two hears of hormones, he writes, “1 year ago I came out to the world and started living life as myself.” So, who liked these posts? Well, for starters, Woodstock City Church, a North Point campus, itself liked the post as discovered by our friends at Protestia:
Also, as discovered by Protestia, Several others North Point Ministries leaders liked and positively commented on this person’s Instagram post.
Among the leaders who liked the updates are Mitchell McGhee, a former worship leader who still performs at WCC on occasion, Jennifer McGhee, the Director of Transit, Ericah Stokes, the Executive Assistant to the lead pastor Samer Massad, Meg Davidson, the Community Relations Director, Andy Kaefer, who spent seven years working at WCC and North Point as Production Director, Scott Kitchen, the SPD in charge of service programming for youth events, Trey McKnight, who spent 15 years working for North Point as a worship leader/ communicator and later at WCC as the InsideOut Director, Andy Jones, the Middle School Director, and Briteny Kaefer, the Programming & Events Producer at Buckhead Church, another North Point church.
After digging up his Facebook profile with his given name, we were able to see that not only is he an intern at Woodstock City Church, but he has also worked with children at Student Life Camp: