Rev. Paula Stone Williams, transgender woman pastor preach gender equality
In 2019, the California State Assembly passed a resolution that will force Christian pastors to affirm homosexuality. A “Luciferian gender equality” is pushed by law, as well as by woke Christian pastors.
Paul Stone Williams, Doctorate in Pastor Care, was chairman of Orchard group, an evangelical mission group supporting churches. He was also a columnist, Christian TV host, devotional book author, and teacher at two big churches.
Coming out as Paula Williams
In 2012, Paul told his son, Jonathan, a preacher in New York, that he wants to live as a transgender woman. As a result, Paul had to resign from his church and was no longer welcomed to preach.
Paula’s crux is women’s equality
Her crux is neo-feminism and fundamental LGBTQ civil rights. Recently, she talked at TEDx and said, “We will not have gender equity until you (men) are willing to give women your leadership opportunities.“
Being transgender for Paula is not a sin.
Alive but shamed; free but abandoned
Paula feels alive, yet shamed, alone, and abandoned. A Christian friend reached out, “I am grateful for someone who overcame the unknown and cared,” she said in her video.
She lost friends and finds comfort from her new allies. She still goes to church, prays, and keeps her faith. Undoubtedly she shines among unbelievers with her “unusual” testimony.
In 2021, Williams hopes to finish her book on gender inequity. She highlights the unfortunate realities of evangelicals and their rejection of LGBTQ people.
Should we judge her?
As crazy as this story is, only God knows her heart. We can take comfort knowing God loves sinners but not the sin. Jesus told an adulterer, “sin no more,” but being transgender is not a sin for Paula.
Only God knows her heart.
“…did no one condemn you? No one, sir, she said. Then neither do I condemn you, Jesus declared. Go now and leave your life of sin.”