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Blog Nov, 07, 2011
"Help! I'm An Open-Minded Christian In A Close-Minded World!"

I’m in a bit of time-bind today (closing in on finishing the LGBT letters book), so I thought I would just share with you the letter below, which I got in this week. I’m not sure why I found it particularly touching.

Blog Nov, 04, 2011
Joseph Ward Selected As New Director Of Believe Out Loud

Believe Out Loud has announced the appointment of Joseph Ward as its Campaign Director.  Gwen Ashby, who has been serving as Interim Director, will join Mr. Ward as Associate Director.

Blog Oct, 26, 2011
Blog Oct, 25, 2011
Missed Opportunity: Democrats' New Faith Outreach Director Opposes Marriage Equality

It was with a sinking heart, and not a little anger, that I read last week about the appointment of Rev. Derrick Harkins as the new Faith Outreach Director for the Democratic National Committee.  Turns out Rev.

Blog Oct, 20, 2011
Putting A Halt To The Religious Right's Anti-Gay Rhetoric

“I wish I could be happy, I try, I try, I try … I just want to feel special to someone.” –Jamie Hubley

Blog Oct, 18, 2011
Savage v. Santorum: Time For Christians To Be Radically Inclusive

October 11th marked National Coming Out Day, an annual celebration to promote a safe world for LGBT individuals to live truthfully and openly.

Blog Oct, 14, 2011
Pastor Fired For Applauding End Of DADT

Two nights ago I got this email:

Greetings John,  

Blog Oct, 04, 2011
Meet Scott Anderson, Soon To Be First (Openly) Gay Minister Ordained By Presbyterian Church

“Our pastor is gay! Our pastor is gay! How can we possibly continue being Christians now?!” 

Blog Oct, 03, 2011
Dan Savage On LGBTQ Bullies: Why The Church Must Change

I've always appreciated Dan Savage's brutal honesty, and to-the-point bluntness. Just look at Rick Santorum. Back in 2003, the former U.S.

Blog Oct, 03, 2011
Christians Should Be More Than "Gay Okay"

I was talking to a man recently who has been coming to our church after a small group discussion we had about faith and sexual orientation. His perspective really bothered me at the time, but I wasn't sure why.