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Above all the other questions I receive in those emails the one that always gets asked is "Why are you still Seventh-day Adventist?
" First, let me give you a little bit of history: Seventh-day Adventism grew out of Methodism and the Millerite movement, dating back to the 1800s.
There are also quite a few cultural traditions -- like (mostly) being vegetarian, abstaining from alcohol, tobacco, dancing, sometimes even caffeine and movies.
It is a worldwide denomination, and according to , Adventism is the fastest growing denomination in the United States.
I believe in the Trinity: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
I believe in the second coming of Jesus Christ and the great controversy between Christ and Satan.
Yet, for the majority, my sexuality has severed my relationship with many of them both spiritually and literally disowning me.But shouldn't leaving and staying should be based on belief in one's heart and not solely on the words or actions of other people?These past two years I've dealt with political walls in my mission to make Adventist universities safe for LGBT students.I have attended SDA educational institutions my entire life, from pre-school to the university level.I was involved in Pathfinders, a spiritually based group similar to Boy and Girl Scouts with a spiritual emphasis on mission work.
Although many hurtful things have happened to me, I've also had great experiences.