When you practice love you will stop judging others. You will love unconditionally. “The self-righteous scream judgments against others to hide the noise of skeletons dancing in their own closets.”
― John Mark Green
What will changing the definition of marriage NOT do? This was written by Rona Goold and posted originally on the The Civil Celebrations Network Incorporated – CCN Inc is a national non-profit celebrant focused community based association. The… Read More
As a social scientist, I have concluded that sexual orientation is almost never a choice and I have seen how damaging it can be to try to “cure” someone from being gay. As a Christian, my responsibility is not to condemn or reject gay people, but rather to love and embrace them, and to endeavor to draw them into the fellowship of the Church.
I have received a love deeper than the ocean itself and that love is from Jesus Christ. Therefore how can I withhold that same love and acceptance from another fellow human being?
“My argument, much abbreviated both times, was the sexual practices of consenting adults ought not to be subjected to the government’s approval or disapproval, and that domestic partnerships in which people who live together and devote their lives to one another ought to receive the spousal rights, protections and privileges the government allows to heterosexual couples,” Wendell Berry.
This Video went viral when Rob & Linda Robertson told their incredible story on June 20, 2013, at the last ever annual Exodus conference. It is their story of how God taught them, conservative, evangelical parents, how to TRULY love their gay son.
Each church must arrive at its own conclusion about LGBT theology and that journey will take time. I urge Christian leaders, regardless of theology, to make love and compassion their mandate. To unite specifically around ending hate-crimes and addressing the high levels of self-harm, depression and suicide among LGBT teens. We can create the tipping point. Vicky Beeching