Redemption and Transformation:
Understanding Sexual Identity
Communicating Hope to Persons with Same-Sex Attraction
Andrew Comiskey (M. Div) has worked extensively with the healing of the sexually and relationally broken. He is founder and Director of Desert Stream/Living Waters Ministries, a multifaceted outreach to the broken. Andrew’s ministry grows both out of his own commitment to overcome homosexuality and his experience as a husband to Annette and father of four children He is author of Pursuing Sexual Wholeness (Creation House), Strength in Weakness (InterVarsity Press), Naked Surrender: Coming Home To Our True Sexuality (InterVarsity Press) and the Living Waters healing program. Andrew seeks to equip the global church to be whole and holy, a bride ready to receive Jesus. Andrew attends and serves at St. Thomas More in Kansas City, Missouri. After over three decades of ministry Andrew still loves imparting healing to the entire body of Christ.
Saturday, November 15, 2014
St. Jerome Catholic Church
Parish Life Center
300 Warner St
Walbridge, OH 43465
The Theology of the Body Advocates organization in the Diocese of Toledo invites you to attend this free seminar designed for individuals with a foundation in the Theology of the Body. Seating is limited to 50 people.
Lunch will be provided. Please register soon!
The current cultural conversation seems to be saturated with issues of same-sex attraction: so-called "gay marriage," gender equality, and gender identity. How do we as Catholics understand these issues? How can we effectively and lovingly discuss these topics with our family, friends, neighbors, colleagues, and fellow parishioners?
Learn how to respond with joy and hope to anyone struggling with understanding not only same-sex attraction but all aspects of sexual identity and brokenness.
TOBA has invited Andrew Comiskey to conduct this seminar to help train and equip individuals who are familiar with the Theology of the Body but would like to better understand and respond to these issues. Please consider attending so as to be better prepared to offer truth and hope to anyone struggling with these sensitive and complex realities.