Firm Foundations in a Gender-Fluid World, Part 1

Sept. 27, 2018 Mary Kassian, Jackie Hill Perry

Our culture is awash in confusion and conflicting viewpoints about sexuality. We all have friends or family members who are struggling with same-sex attraction, or who are confused about their gender identity.

Voices all around us are teaching us that gender is a personal choice and that those who don’t affirm the prevailing cultural message are intolerant and hateful. The world we live in leaves us asking many questions: What is God’s good plan for sex and sexuality? Why does it matter? How are we to think about these things?

How are we to deal with our own struggles and temptations? How do we teach our boys what it means to be a boy, and our girls what it means to be a girl? How can we engage with neighbors and colleagues on the topic of gender and sexuality? What is a compassionate and redemptive way of engaging with those who struggle with same-sex attraction—and with the increasing number of church-goers who are giving up on the Bible’s teaching on sex, gender, and marriage?

Explore these questions and more in this session with authors and speakers Mary Kassian and Jackie Hill Perry. Mary and Jackie have both written and spoken extensively on God’s design for gender. Jackie has also personally experienced the power of the Truth to set her free from lies about her own sexuality.

Running Time: 50 minutes


About the Speakers

Mary Kassian

Mary Kassian is an award-winning author, an internationally renowned speaker, and a frequent guest on Revive Our Hearts. She has written more than a dozen books and Bible studies including Conversation Peace and The Right Kind of Strong. Mary and her husband, Brent, have three grown sons and make their home in Alberta, Canada.

Jackie Hill Perry

Jackie Hill Perry has been compelled to share the light of gospel truth through teaching, writing, poetry, and music since coming to know Christ at the age of 19. She has been featured on The Washington Times, The 700 Club, Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, and other publications. She and her husband, Preston, have four children and live in St. Louis, Missouri.