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As a black disabled gay Christian, Christopher Coleman, is the ICON for diversity, inclusion, equality and unconditional love.
Christopher D. Coleman believes that everyone can live an unconfined life—in every area of life. After 13 years of working predominately as a traveling Christian speaker, Christopher Coleman decided to branch out of his confinement and develop an institute that focuses on leading people to an Unconfined Life. Living unconfined, beyond circumstances, is a personal victory. Such a life is achieved by finding your personal faith, identifying your life purpose, maximizing your potential, and breaking away from your comfort zone to move from captivity to external and internal freedom. A person capable of and committed to analyzing their past, embracing their present, and visualizing their future is on the path to living an unconfined life. As America’s Unconfined Life Coach, Motivational Speaker, Self-help Author, and Ordained Minister, Christopher Coleman is dedicated and trained to help individuals and groups rise above obstacles.
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An Unconfined Truth: Everything in life is meant to grow us up into the person we supposed to be. Depression, anxiety, anger, and a hard-heart kicks in when we fights against growing into that person. We must allow the situation to awaken us and take us one step closer to who God created us to be. #UnconfinedLife
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I woke up early this morning to the phone call from a mother of a young man I met in Texas, while speaking at his church. Over the last five years this young man and I stayed in contact. I knew when he graduated from high school, prom, about his grades and his walk with Christ. He was a great guy. He went to a local college, had a fulltime job and he lived at home in order to help his parents out around the house. I have chosen to keep his name anonymous because of the sensitivity of the current situation. Last night he sat his parents down and told them that he was attracted to the same sex. His Mother even told me that he said that he wasn’t sexually active. He just knew he was attracted to guys and not girls. His Dad responded by kicking him out of the house and telling him that he was no longer a part of this family. Three o’clock this morning the parents heard a gunshot in the backyard. They got up only to discover their 22-year-old son had taken his own life. It’s so ironic that this has happened, because just yesterday I was having a conversation with a Pastor friend of mine on this subject. I said to him, “If something I believe in was causing people to take their own lives then I would have to re-evaluate my beliefs.” My pastor friend responded by saying,” I never thought of it that way. You think at the very least we would question how we present our beliefs on this issue.” I am not sure how many people are aware, but this is quickly becoming an epidemic. Young people are taking their lives more and more because what people believe about their sexual preference. Most of us would not die for what we believe in but we are okay with other people dying for what we believe. At what point do we ask ourselves –“Is this really what God wants?”