May 7, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – A band of young courageous ex-gays and ex-transgenders from around the United States converged on the Nation’s Capital on the weekend to proclaim in public the freedom they have found by having a relationship with Jesus Christ.
The improbable organizer of the Freedom March is a young man from Georgia, Jeffrey McCall. He formerly lived as a trans “woman” and went by the name, “Scarlet.”
Instead of dressing as a woman, McCall now wears a bright red tee shirt emblazoned with ‘JESUS’ in big letters across his chest.
Jeffrey organized the “Freedom March” in D.C. this weekend, spent years living as a woman named “Scarlett.” Then, God spoke to him, and everything changed.
“One night I was secretly listening to a preacher in my apartment,” McCall continued. “I called out to the Lord, and asked, ‘Will I ever live for you? … I’ve seen real people live for you … not just going to church; They have relationships with you, and they have peace and joy.”
“I had wanted to kill myself,” McCall continued in his testimony. “I was spiritually bankrupt; I was destitute.”
But on that very moment, he decided to finally make a choice.
“‘If I follow you, it will be all the way. I don’t do things half-way. I didn’t do things half-way in the world; I’m not going to do things half-way with you,’” he told the Lord. “And so I took all my life as Scarlett and I went to a dumpster and threw it all away—the clothes, the hair, the make-up, the jewelry, the shoes, my whole identity—I threw it away to follow Jesus.”