WASHINGTON — A former lesbian testified to the power of God to transform lives, and how He brought restoration to her and redeemed the years the enemy stole.
Before hundreds assembled at the Sylvan theater adjacent to the Washington Monument in the 80-degree heat, Janet Boynes addressed the Freedom March, the second gathering to take place in the nation’s capital.
“I’ve been out of the [lesbian] life 20 years,” Boynes said.
“At one time I would get up in the morning and asked myself: Who Am I? What is my identity? Who do I belong to? Why am I here,” she began, explaining that such are the questions many ask of themselves.