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    #81 Guest_JasmineStarshine_*

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    Posted 11 January 2019 - 09:06 AM

    Spiritual? Yes. Christian? No. I am technically Messianic/Abrahamic by belief system alone, but I follow a more Buddhist path in my life. I went through a lot with my family/local religious community when I came out and the experienced has really deterred me from seeking out any involvement. The analogy I told my parents was "It's hard to feel like part of the Body of Christ when you are treated like a tumour."

     

    I by no means judge the entirety of Christianity and its followers though! Just want to make that very clear  I work very closely with a very open local congregation as part of an LGBTQ+ task force and it's a lot of fun!



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    Posted 11 January 2019 - 09:47 AM

    Yes! I'm a big Christian! While I don't attend church (I really want to, but my family only go during Easter and stuff, despite being heavily traditional in their views), I'm a big believer, although I have a pretty unorthodox belief system(?), which is ironic, considering I'm Greek Orthodox  :lol: My belief is very strongly on trust and direction, and prayer. But my prayer is more like a conversation. I see God as almost like a friend, someone who is to guide me through times where I'm sad, lost, confused, unsure, struggling with temptation, but also through times where I'm happy, having fun, feeling really positive, and enjoying life. He is the one being that will always be there for me, regardless of whatever happens in my life. 

     

    My views, is that I should strive to be the best person I can possibly be. To always be kind, sweet, caring, supportive, and to make others smile and be happy, as well as myself. That I should be a good person, and that goodness should come from my heart, because it's something that I truly wish for the world, rather than coming from a place of fear of not being sent to Heaven.

     

    As a lesbian, I've had my family tell me that I'm sinning, and that what I'm "doing" is not right, that it isn't in favour of God and his wishes, and all that stuff. So, for a really long time, I didn't have much faithโ€”well, I didn't really have true faith to begin with, because everything was just instilled into me from my familyโ€”and I couldn't change who I was attracted to, and if God wasn't accepting of me, then there was no point. 

     

    However, one day, I prayed, about my boyfriend I had at the time, because he had cheated, and I asked God to steer me in the right direction. I was led to my now-ex-girlfriend, and that, to me, showed me that God accepted me as I was. Despite us having broken up, she led me to my current girlfriend. We're secretly engaged, we have plans for a family in our future (something my mum dreamt of for me, and is a big reason as to why she is upset with my sexuality), and we're now a year strong! I've never experienced a more healthy, communicative, safe, trusting relationshipโ€”both of my own, and of others'. And she has taught me so many incredible things, and supported me in so many beautiful ways. Surely, she is my little miracle. So, if that doesn't mean that God accepts my sexuality, I have no clue what could. 

     

    Ramble about my sexuality and girlfriend aside, I'm used to people believing that God shouldn't accept me. But, I'm pretty sure that God loves everyone. My belief is that, if you intend to be a good person, and don't "sin" because you wish to cause harm or destruction, or for selfish purposes (like stealing), then I believe that God accepts you. Being in BDSM/DDLG might not be everyone's cuppa'tea, but if your intents are to be happy and make others happy (be it sexually or non-sexually), then I believe that is a good thing, and that is what matters!  :heart:  


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    Posted 11 January 2019 - 09:52 AM

    I identify as a Christian and I separate kink and sexuality from my life with Jesus at this moment in time. I really need to grow more in faith to see what He wants me to do about it, but at this point where Iโ€™m single and my sex life doesnโ€™t mingle with my other commitments, I donโ€™t see a need to challenge something that doesnโ€™t get in the way of my life as a Christian.

    #84 Momma'sBoy

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    Posted 11 January 2019 - 10:11 AM

    Pretty religious here, though not Christian, I'm Jewish.

    Judaism (at least the flavor I follow) isn't as stuffy about sexuality*, so I don't find that it conflicts with my kinks...

    *ok, that may have been an over generalization, nothing in Judaism is clear cut, there are debates about everything.
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    Posted 19 May 2019 - 11:40 AM

    Iโ€™m a little belonging to a religion that I wonโ€™t say. Iโ€™m looking for a daddy.

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    Posted 19 May 2019 - 02:21 PM

    I think I might be the weirdest Christian anyone will ever meet. I'm a queer Christian. That is to say, I'm non-binary/genderfluid, demisexual and panromantic. That alone would set me apart from a lot of Christians. But I'm also a Christian mystic (what one might call a witch). A lot of people would say none of these things go together, right? But I disagree.
    I'm deeply devout in my faith. I believe and love God with all my heart. I believe He loves me no matter what. I believe He gave me gifts to help others. I believe He made me different so I can relate to many people. And I do my best to please Him above all else.

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    Posted 20 May 2019 - 11:44 PM

    This is actually a really cool topic I hadn't thought of (definitely going to read through some of the entries after this).

     

    Don't mind this next paragraph it's me getting all mushy about my daddy...feel free to skip.

     

    My faith and spirituality are both new things to me actually; it's something I've discovered about myself just this year with the help of my boyfriend. He's a messianic jew and has very passionate beliefs that I probably would have made fun of back in high school, but part of how we grew to care for one another was through a conversation about faith. He didn't tell me at first that his beliefs were so strong because he'd been judged by friends in the past, and actually found the courage to open up to me about it after I opened up to him about age regression (i had yet to tell him the ddlg part, not exactly you something you tell a new friend lol).

     

    Anyway, throughout our relationship he's help open my mind up to having my own relationship with God. God is a pretty cool guy if I do say so myself. I don't think he'd be very upset about consenting adults to something they enjoy. It's obviously not mentioned in the Bible, but even then I don't think this is inherently or morally wrong. I don't know, I guess I have to think about this a little more too. 

     

    God seems to do a pretty good job of showing people when something is wrong, in his annoyingly mysterious ways of course. If this is wrong I think at some point he'd point me in the right direction. He's supposed to love us and want the best for us, and I don't think he'd steer me this way if he had a problem with it.


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    Posted 25 May 2019 - 10:19 AM

    I am a devout Christian or at least I try to. I hope nobody judges here, there are so many people that talk about if you do this, you're not this. Smh! I have a feeling that this forum isn't like that though. 

    I am a bit scared to say that though, because I'm still learning my faith and being traditional it's a bit hard. I'm sure some would say that I'm "falling away" with DDLG stuff, but I don't see it like that. Like PrincessTori was saying "it doesn't harm anyone" or myself. It actually makes you better, I think as you grow. 


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    Posted 26 May 2019 - 06:30 AM

    All I do know is that I am a Christian, for more than 30 years now, and I have been a little since I was... little. Everyone else was always in such a hurry to "grow up" and be "adults"...  :s  I never did, and if my body didn't betray me and get bigger all on its own, I would still be little, which I still want more than anything! But I envision myself climbing up in God's lap, as that precious child He made me, and Him wrapping His arms around me, telling me how proud He is of me for keeping my childhood's innocence. I don't like to make quotes from the Bible, as it seems I'm using that to justify my position as so many people do, but there is a part that says to come to Him as a child... I think I know what that means now....


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    Posted 26 May 2019 - 09:26 AM

    Iโ€™m a Christian and proud of it. One of the reasons I like DD/lg and D/s is I believe it reinforces the roles God calls a husband and wife to be.
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    Posted 27 May 2019 - 05:52 PM

    All I do know is that I am a Christian, for more than 30 years now, and I have been a little since I was... little. Everyone else was always in such a hurry to "grow up" and be "adults"...  :s  I never did, and if my body didn't betray me and get bigger all on its own, I would still be little, which I still want more than anything! But I envision myself climbing up in God's lap, as that precious child He made me, and Him wrapping His arms around me, telling me how proud He is of me for keeping my childhood's innocence. I don't like to make quotes from the Bible, as it seems I'm using that to justify my position as so many people do, but there is a part that says to come to Him as a child... I think I know what that means now....

    I've thought about that too! :o That's so honest, I love it. Hehe. 


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    Posted 27 May 2019 - 07:03 PM

    I'm a Christian & I just keep hoping n praying that I find a Cristian daddy.

    That would be the best!

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    Posted 04 September 2019 - 11:57 PM

    I am a Christian and actually would love to just have someone as a caregiver. I think that doing the lifestyle is easier to apply to your beliefs then many people think of. It doesn't have to be sexual. You can limit it to watching kid movies, going to the park, coloring together, etc.

    In all honesty this is what I joined the community for in the first place. I loved the idea of having someone who looked out and cared for me. I never had that while growing up so it was definitely a craving. I wanted someone who would tell me to sleep, when to shower, remind me to take my medicine, and just make me happy.

    I find it more difficult to find daddies or caregivers that are Christian. It might be me but there seems to be many more littles who are Christian.

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    Posted 05 September 2019 - 07:08 PM

    I'm a Christian! I love my religion and have struggled a lot with the question is it ok to be little as well
    I decided it was because I still able to be a functional adult, I know when I can be little and when I cannot. I also would ideally like to find a Christian daddy. Somethimes it's hard to find though.

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    Posted 10 September 2019 - 01:55 PM

    Such a great topic! I'm religious and don't really struggle with being a little. If people judged it that would be an issue for them to deal with. I don't have a Daddy so my little side isn't shared with anyone for now.

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    Posted 10 September 2019 - 06:42 PM

    I'm a devout Catholic and I also experience the struggle of wondering whether or not God really approves of this life style or not. As long as it remains pure and non sexual (before marriage that is) I don't see anything wrong with it at all. God made me just the way I am and I'm working on accepting it. :)





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