Wednesday Testimony – Rosaria Butterfield

Today, dear ones, I want to share the testimony of Rosaria Butterfield. She was once a tenured professor at the University of Syracruse, where she passionately spread feminism and was in a lesbian relationship. I first heard of Rosaria during an interview on my favorite podcast Sheologians. Homosexuality is a difficult subject for Christians to address, as we face a culture who views disagreement as hate, dialogue as confrontation, and evangelism as homophobia. Every generation has it’s battles with worldly opposition, no church in history has been left without one. These trials give born again believers an opportunity to shine the light of the Gospel into a lost and dying world. It is hard to do, and many of us would far rather pretend there’s no issues, but I thank God for the pastor who refused to hide his head in the sand.

The very one who sent Rosaria a letter, who invited her to his home for dinner, who refused to ignore the plight of her soul. I pray that God will bless you with these two links below, one is a shorter video of her testimony, and the other is a longer audio interview. I hope that both will embolden, edify, and encourage you all to love our lost neighbors, by refusing to compromise on the truth of Scriptures, and by refusing to let them go unprayed for, and unreached.

https://www.familylife.com/podcast/familylife-today/a-train-wreck-conversion/

Author: lnhereford

I am a Christian, wife, mother, podcaster and homeschooler currently traveling the United States with my loving husband and darling daughter!

4 thoughts on “Wednesday Testimony – Rosaria Butterfield”

  1. Excellent post on a beautiful testimony of God’s grace and love.
    We have lost sight of the holiness of God. I love how Rosaria reminds us of our posture for repentance … “fall on our face” before Him. ❤

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  2. Sister, thanks for posting Rosaria’s testimony! I spent eight years at a fundamentalist church where the pastor regularly preached vitriolic hate messages against those caught up in homosexuality.

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