Benjamin ‘Brotha Ben’ Evans of Miami says that ‘coming out was extremely difficult because for years I lived in the shadows and even condemned homosexuals as a Minister of the Lord.’
Benjamin ‘Brotha Ben’ Evans of Miami says that ‘coming out was extremely difficult because for years I lived in the shadows and even condemned homosexuals as a Minister of the Lord.’ Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Benjamin ‘Brotha Ben’ Evans of Miami says that ‘coming out was extremely difficult because for years I lived in the shadows and even condemned homosexuals as a Minister of the Lord.’ Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Being himself: Baptist minister comes out, now a Miami leader for LGBTQ rights

August 17, 2017 01:07 PM

UPDATED August 17, 2017 04:04 PM

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