By D. Zac Niringiye
Is the absence of responsible Christian political engagement a betrayal of the gospel? Or is it what the gospel teaches?
Speakers: Casey Pick, Darren Calhoun, Bridget Eileen Rivera, and Myles Markham
A conversation about recent federal nondiscrimination policy decisions and their real-world implications
Speakers: Pei, John, Bill, and Tonya
A conversation with Christian parents about the joys & challenges of raising and relating to their LGBTQ children
Speakers: Bethany, Henry, and Peter
Meet three Jesus followers who are living a vocation of celibacy.
Speakers: Tom & Eufemio and Patti & Sue
A conversation with two same-sex married couples who love Jesus
By Lianne Simon and Allison
Q: “When in relationship with a person who desires to see Scriptural proof to ‘accept’ intersex people, how do you handle this, and do you have references for them?”
A: I have been told that intersex is a result of the Fall.
Speakers: Allison, Lianne Simon, and David Andrew
A conversation with Christians who have transgender or intersex experiences
By Lianne Simon
Jennifer Anne Cox wrote this book as an evangelical response to intersex. Her message to evangelical Christians is this: the Gospel is as much for someone with an intersex condition as it is for you. Stop abusing these people.
Compiled by Lianne Simon, David Andrew, and Allison
What does “INTERSEX” mean?
Intersex is a broad label for people with a difference of sex development (DSD)—people whose bodies show physical characteristics of both male and female.
By Lindsey and Sarah
Amid significant discussions about how churches relate to LGBT people, many people wonder whether churches that teach traditional sexual ethics can love LGBT people well. Part of the question relates to how people understand
By Dr. Ron Sider
In 2017, I was a participant in a two-day Oriented to Love (OTL) dialogue. These dialogues bring together 12 committed Christians who represent a wide range of views on LGBTQ issues in the church.
By Tim Timmerman
Five radical ways the church can provide real community for the sexual and gender minorities in their midst.
By Matthew Hunsberger
As a former “Side B” gay Christian, I completely understand the arguments for traditional Christian views on LGBTQ-related beliefs,
By Stefie Dominguez
Being fully known and truly loved should be a central component of Christian community. But far too many sexual minorities in the church have risked opening themselves up—in the hope of being fully known—and not experienced being truly loved.
Reviewed by Shannon Beeby
Set in in the microcosm of a pool party for the teenage son of a Midwestern megachurch pastor, Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party takes a macrocosmic look at the questions and concerns that confront many faith communities.
By Dan Kaser
Last month, two very high profile Christian leaders, Franklin Graham and James Dobson, addressed publicly on a radio program how they believe Christians
Reviewed by Tim Otto
I just counted the books on my selves about faith and homosexuality: I have 51. I also just finished reading Ken Wilson’s A Letter to My Congregation: An Evangelical Pastor’s Path to Embracing People Who Are Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender into the Company of Jesus (David Crumm Media, 2014).