Christopher Yuan Stands Up For Creational Sexuality

Christians are realizing the urgent need to be better equipped on biblical sexuality and gender. Christopher speaks all over the world to young people on issues of human sexuality. Last year, Christopher spoke in-person to 75,000 people in 22 states (often multiples times in those states) and also into British Columbia, Canada. Before COVID, the Yuans also made a couple international ministry trips per year.

In January, Christopher and Angela spoke in Austin as they were recovering from a severe ice storm that knocked out electricity. Yet, over 1,200 people came out on a Saturday to “The Holy Sexuality Conference” where Christopher spoke all day on the gospel freedom which Christ brings from the entanglements of sexual sin.

Last week in Virginia Beach, a young man was brought by his brother. He told Christopher that before attending, he identified as a “gay Christian” and that he was confused about what the Bible taught on sexuality. After the lectures, he realized he had put his identity in the wrong thing. He expressed, “I now know what is my goal. Deny myself, take up my cross, and follow Jesus.”

You may not know that Christopher is writing and producing a new video series for parents and their teens called, “The Holy Sexuality Project” that will be released in April.

…Because of all the opposition against biblical sexuality, even designating it as hate speech, Christopher and Angela frequently need armed guard when they minister. Last month, there were 40 protestors at a speaking event in Connecticut. Read More»

Chris Gordon | “An Update on the Work of Dr. Christopher Yuan” | February 24, 2023


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