The Story of Sage Blair – The Fount Account

This week, I want to share a post from the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, written by John Stonestreet and Kasey Leander. It is about the mess our culture is in, trying to deal with the “transgender” issue. Or, actually, how our culture is totally messing up the matter! I can’t quote the whole post here, but I will give you a taste of it and a link to read the whole thing. Here it is:

Fourteen-year-old Sage Blair had already been through a lot by the time she was legally adopted by her grandparents. When she entered high school, she began to experiment, as many of her friends were, with her “gender identity.” All the while, the school deliberately withheld information from her adoptive parents. Sage was encouraged to adopt the name “Draco,” claim male pronouns, and use the boys’ bathroom. Only after Sage was physically assaulted by a group of boys in the bathroom did her parents find out what was happening.

Sage ran away. After connecting with an online “friend,” she was drugged, trafficked, and sexually exploited. Nine days later, she was located by the FBI in Baltimore.

Read the rest of the story by clicking here.


This, and other stories like it, should at the very least cause our culture to pause its blind sprint toward enforcing draconian (pun unintended) laws that go against everything up to this point in our history, and speaking from a Christian perspective, laws that go against the Bible. For we know that “God created humankind in his image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” (Genesis 1:27 NRSV). That’s the truth. And we need to cling to the truth with everything we have.

But let us pray for our culture, and for the misguided gender theories that are circulating all around us, and for the people who espouse them.

In Christ,