Let Us Pray

Gen Z’s Confusion Crises

“For God is not a God of confusion but of peace. As in all the churches of the saints.” – 1 Corinthians 14:33

The Public Religion Research Institute just released a new and highly concerning survey that centers on Generation Z and their LGBTQ identification. The survey found that more than one in four Gen Z adults, those who are between the ages of 18 to 25, identify as LGBTQ.

Gen Z has had quite an uptick in LGBTQ identification with 28% when compared to the previous generation, the Millennials, with an LGBTQ identification of 16%. The survey found that 72% of Gen Z adults identified as straight, 15% as bisexual, 5% as gay or lesbian, and 8% as something else.

Even broader, since 2012 the number of Americans who claim to be LGBTQ has more than doubled. America at large, but specifically Gen Z, is engulfed in a massive amount of confusion concerning sexual ethics.

This confusion concerning sexual ethics in Gen Z stems from an outright rejection of objective truth. Ultimately, this rejection of objective truth is a rejection of God’s truth that is found in the Scriptures that teach us how to align our lives in regard to sexual ethics. LGBTQ identification, no matter how popular it is to align with that worldview right, leads to an unfulfilled life as only a life that is aligned with objective truth can lead to a life of fulfillment.


Father, please help the 28% of Gen Z and all of those who identify as LGBTQ to realize that only living life in Your truth will bring about a life of flourishment. Lord, may our nation as a whole return to Your truth once more. Father, help us to be powerful advocates for Your truth in our world. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Praying For Our Kentucky Leaders

Join us in praying for our elected leaders throughout the 2024 Legislative Session!

House Members

Representative Felicia Rabourn, District 47

Representative Steve Rawlings, District 66

Representative Rebecca Raymer, District 15

Representative Josie Raymond, District 41

District 24- currently vacant with the January resignation of Rep. Brandon Reed

Representative Steve Riley, District 23