LGBTQ millennials find faith after nightclub shooting
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December 2019A mass shooting on June 12, 2016, at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, left 49 people dead. But for a group of millennials once practicing homosexuality, their lives have since changed for the better.

Last September 14, at the Orlando Freedom March, hundreds of millennial “overcomers,” flooded the streets to declare their deliverance from the gay lifestyle to faith in Christ.

The march hosted prayer meetings for the city and the LGBTQ community. The event included testimonies of overcoming homosexuality after the shooting. Through a new ministry called Fearless Identity, the overcomers are helping churches effectively share the love of Christ with those ensnared in homosexuality.

The event attracted new believers, parents who prayed for their prodigals, and a focus on the freedom that comes in Christ., 9/15/19