True Freedom Trust

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True Freedom Trust (TfT) is a confidential Christian support and teaching ministry based in Upton, Wirral, Merseyside, UK, that describes itself as holding to authentically biblical teaching on sexuality.[1] It offers an interdenominational teaching and counseling ministry on homosexuality and related problems.[2] For example, it offers support to those facing same-sex temptations (as well as their relatives, friends and church leaders) who choose not to embrace a so-called "gay identity" or pursue a same-sex relationship because of convictions of faith. True Freedom Trust was co-founded by Martin Hallett who came out of a homosexual lifestyle and later served as Director and Counsellor. TfT is a member of the Evangelical Alliance.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Martin Hallett (September 1998). God is faithful. True Freedom Trust. Retrieved on 24 November 2016. “This is Martin Hallett's story of how he came out of a homosexual lifestyle and co-founded the ministry of True Freedom Trust.”
  2. John Stott (1998). Same-Sex Partnerships? A Christian Perspective. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House Co., 75, 92. ISBN 978-08007-56741. 

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