Mike Davidson (PhD) - Ph.D., director of the organization Core Issues Trust (Northern Ireland). He is engaged in professional help to people who seek to get rid of homosexual attraction and behavior. In an exclusive interview for the NHM reveals the features of this work. Translation - Oles Dmitrienko.
Lange hatte Timo seine homosexuellen Gefühle verdrängt und wusste nicht, wer er ist. Jetzt ist er auf dem Weg, sich selbst und seine Identität besser zu verstehen. Er sagt: „Ich lerne mehr und mehr, mich zu spüren, mich wahrzunehmen, ich arbeite an meinem Selbstwertgefühl, setze mich mit meiner Geschichte auseinander und lerne, mich mit meinen Stärken und Schwächen anzunehmen.“
Timo: I've become more self-confident
For a long time Timo had repressed his homosexual feelings and did not know who he was. Now he is on his way to better understand himself and his identity. He says: “I am learning more and more to feel myself, to perceive myself, I’ve worked on my feelings of self-worth. I’m dealing with my past, and learn to accept myself with all my strengths and weaknesses.”
On Monday 11th February a group of those supporting Matthew Grech gathered at the Maltese High Commission in London to hand over a letter of concern to the Maltese Government. Accompanying the group was Ivan Grech Mintoff, leader of an an opposition party in Malta - Allianza Bidla.
On Thursday 14th of February at the Premiere Screening of the feature documentary film Once Gay, Christians shared the Love of Christ with a number of LGBT protesters outside of the event. Chocolates and flowers were offered to the protesters, because it was Valentine's Day. An invitation to come into the event and worship God was also offered. The screening was preceded by a worship concert led by Matthew Grech in Towensend St. Presbyterian Church, Belfast.