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Charles Metcalf

Exposing The Crossdressing Pastor At Mike Todd’s Transformation Church

Mike Todd is perhaps the fastest rising false teacher in America. We exposed him back in 2020 before he got huge. Unsurprisingly, Todd is not the only clown performing at Transformation Church is Tulsa, Oklahoma. Charles Metcalf is the lead executive pastor at Transformation Church who gives the occasional sermon. The culture at Transformation Church is geared towards women who love high fashion and self help. Over the years, the outfits at Transformation Church have gotten increasingly outlandish, with Mike Todd wearing his wife’s bikini on a shirt. But while Mike Todd is very metrosexual in his appearance at times, his attire could never be described as dressing like a catamite.

Charles Metcalf preached a sermon last month dressed in a matching set of pink pants and jacket, over a wife beater, with buzzed bleach blonde hair, and work boots that clearly aren’t used for manual labor to top it off.

You would expect this kind of outfit at a gay bar in San Francisco. You would not expect a pastor on Sunday morning to be dressed like a twink. 

“A woman shall not wear man’s clothing, nor shall a man put on a woman’s clothing; for whoever does these things is an abomination to the Lord your God.”

Deuteronomy 22:5 NASB1995

This verse speaks on the created order in which their is distinguishing characteristics between men and women that are not to be undermined. In many ways homosexual outfits are meant to simulate skimpy women’s outfits, and Metcalf’s attire was no exception.

Preachers should dress in a way befitting to the calling, and their attire should never intentionally draw attention away from God. Additionally, the gospel should be preached. Metcalf undersells the gospel as a self help recipe for relieving the stress of the day in search of better fulfillment. He does not articulate why we truly need the gospel.

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