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Amanda said:   February 12, 2015 7:55 pm PST
I read your page and it's remarkable how many similarities we have. I, however, married before realizing I could not will this away. My ex dragged out our divorce for about 6 years. We have three children together, and in mediation she abruptly pulled out citing that she was giving up everything and I was giving up nothing. She had petitioned the courts and won sole custody. I am 7 years post SRS I am having thoughts about transitioning back because I am not as certain as I used to be that what I've done is right before the Lord. I don't want to go to hell - who does! And if the Lord were to consider this a deal breaker...a lot of good it would do me to say, "But I really believed I was right!" I'm frightened now! Matthew 10:39 Whoever finds their life will lose it, and whoever loses their life for my sake will find it. So, if I value my life ahead of Jesus and His principals, I will lose it, but if I put it and all my baggage in their proper place, I will find life (eternal).

Susan said:   November 9, 2014 5:46 am PST
Hello Dr. Jen. I am glad that I came across your website this morning. I use to correspond with Michelle Alexander, the Author of The Color Of Sunlight. I am a blind Christian Transexual woman, who recently has been diagnosed with cancer. Within the past several months I have been attending a Calvary Chapel near where I live and have not come out to anyone yet. Not sure if I should. I am praying about this though. There is one sister in Christ that I have become very close to and she is one that I may need to come out to. Pray that everything will go well.

Frances MaGinness said:   November 5, 2014 7:42 pm PST
Hi Dr. Jen, I am transgender female. I am Christian in Faith and discovered transgender late in life. I have been seeing a Therapist for over a year. I was born a Eunuch with my testicles inside my body. I had surgeries as a boy to have them lowered. I have had difficulties all my life with my male sexuality. I seem to be wired for being female. Anyway, I liked your article. I would like to share with you what it says in Matthew 19:12. The verse has 3 parts. In the first part Jesus describes a eunuch being made in the mother's womb. The verb is Passive in the original Greek, and that means the fetus receives the action of being made a Eunuch. In the other 2 parts the verb is Active mood, meaning the men did the action to others, or to themselves. So here Jesus clearly states that some people are born this way.

Susan Palet said:   October 2, 2014 3:02 pm PST
Hello Dr. Burnett, I was referred to you by by Jamie Haze. She does TG videos and if I have the term correctly, blogs. I am a 62 y. o. Transgender woman and my wife and I fellowship at a Southern Baptist church here in Southern California. I really love our small congregation of around 50. The pastor is from Missouri and is soft spoken and knowledgeable. I want to come out but I just can't imagine how to do it. I fear I'll be told to stop being me or be pushed into a counseling program or some such. I love my Lord and I am committed as ever. Thanks for listening, Susan

BARBARA said:   August 11, 2014 8:44 am PST
DEAR DR JEN , GOD BLESS YOU AND FAMILY .Thankyou for that gracious phone call , i really appreciated it very much , reasuring and blessed. I live in red neck Idaho . I have a few friends but have to be very carefull with whom i tell my story about , so i am righting a book in hopes it will help others along the way ,again GOD BLESS YOU AND FAMILY reading and attending church a nazerene church in a different city than the one I used to attend and got thrown out by a bunch of biggits and hatters , Barbara

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