Friday, February 7, 2014

A Gay Son's Tribute to His Mom




Today's Christian Woman newsletter

A Gay Son's Tribute to His Mom
For years I ran toward drugs and gay relationships while my mother persisted in prayer and trusted in God's faithfulness.
By Christopher Yuan

My mom was born in China and didn't know the Lord. She came to America for graduate school, but instead married my father against her parents' wishes. Because of her strained relationship with her parents, she longed to create a new family with my father where she could belong and be loved. With hard work and persistence, my mother helped my father receive two doctoral degrees and establish a successful dental practice.

On the outside, they were living the "American Dream." They seemed to have it all: a new dream home in the suburbs of Chicago, two luxury cars, and two sons in dental school. According to the ways of the world, my mother should have been happy. But she was completely miserable . . . continue reading >>

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