Christian group planning to infiltrate Pride and ‘cure’ people of HIV

Nick Duffy June 27, 2014
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A Christian group is planning to infiltrate a Pride event to ‘cure’ people who have HIV.

Evangelical group Trinity Works is planning to infiltrate this weekend’s Twin Cities Pride in Minnesota for “Humility 2014”, in which it claims over 300 outreach workers will be involved.

The group’s leader, Steven Uggen, said: “The Lord really wanted to demonstrate his goodness to this community by releasing healing of HIV and AIDS, so we believe we’re going to see people healed of HIV and AIDS.

“That will be part of our training, just praying with boldness for the releasing of healing power, then sending them back to their doctors literally after praying for them, saying: ‘Here’s what I want you to do: go to your doctor, get tested for HIV or AIDS and when you come back negative, you’ve got a decision to make whether you’re gonna serve the God who just healed you’, and then give them some gospel materials that they can take with them.

“I’m confident that we’re going to have people healed of HIV and AIDS that are going to be contacting us.

“The funny thing is Jesus healed the 10 lepers and only one came back to acknowledge him so there may be 10 that get healed but only one come back, you know.

“This is a strategy that God wants to use so the very fruit of their sin is what he wants to, like, take away to show them his kindness and his goodness. I mean it’s just totally Jesus. I mean it’s like totally his way so we’re excited about that.”

(h/t JoeMyGod)

More: AIDS, Christian, event, HIV, Minneapolis, Pride, Religion, Twin Cities, US

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