Evangelicals Concerned sponsors conferences for LGBT Christians. Founder Dr. Ralph Blair also produces the quarterly “Record and Review,” which offer brief and well-written news and reviews related to LGBT people of faith. If you would like to keep up on the latest news and writings of interest to LGBT Christians, this is the place to go. Visit the website www.ecinc.org/records.htm.
Change happens most powerfully person to person – loved one to loved one. Many American Christians need help in order to stand with LGBT friends and families without leaving their faith behind. The Friends & Family Plan gives LGBT people and allies the support and expert data we need to help our conflicted Christian loved ones – as Christians – support LGBT equality. The Friends & Family Plan will help you to discuss issues of love, sexuality, and gender in Christian terms with your conflicted loved one. The Plan draws on Bible passages, insights to sway skeptical literalists, and gentle conversation strategies to ease the tension that may build during conversation.
The Gay Christian Network is a nonprofit ministry serving Christians who happen to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, and those who care about them. This leading nation-wide ministry for gay Christians provides online forums for support, radio programs, speakers, conferences, a YouTube channel, and numerous other resources.
Inclusive Orthodoxy calls for the Church to extend its inclusivity upon the foundation of Christian orthodoxy, and to embrace the radical implications of the Gospel message, not despite Scripture and Tradition, but in light of it. The website has a special focus on the inclusion of LGBT people in the Christian community.
Soulforce is committed to relentless nonviolent resistance to bring freedom to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people from religious and political oppression. Soulforce works nation-wide through such programs as Equality Ride, which challenges colleges, especially Christian colleges, to welcome LGBT people. The website contains numerous resources for gay Christians.
This is the website of the Institute for Welcoming Resources (IWR), formed in 2002 by denominational representatives of the Welcoming Church Movement. Here you will find a multitude of resources to help your congregation become more welcoming and affirming of people regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Whosoever is an online magazine for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Christians. It provides a number of resources to help LGBT Christians grow in their relationship with God.
Faith & Sexuality Series: Engaging our Sacred Texts
Join us for a Faith & Sexuality Series during our GRITS adult meetings on Wednesday evenings during the month of February. This series will be lead by Gregory Eran Gronbacher, a gay Jewish man with a passion for theological study and discourse.
We will be encouraged to engage the Scriptures in new ways and glean from the perspectives of one another. This series is sponsored by the Gay Christian? Yes! campaign and GIFT. It is free and open to the public!
Dates: 2/5, 2/12, 2/19, and 2/26
Location: 207 E. Fulton, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
(Turn North onto Barclay, turn into the top parking lot and head down to the bottom parking lot. The door is closest to the sidewalk on Fulton.)
Identify. Tell me why. GCY!
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Using YouTube (or another preferred video hosting site), you record a web or phone cam video of yourself. Just tell us who you are. LGBT+? Ally?
Tell me why.
Explain why the “Gay Christian? Yes!” message resonates with you. What is your story? How do you find yourself reconciling your spiritual walk, your involvement in a church community, and the various other aspects of your humanity? Allies too! What message of hope can you offer your Christian LGBT friends and neighbors?
Affirm that you are among those who unconditionally recognize the sacred worth of each person and fully welcome all into the life and community of the church by saying “Gay Christian? Yes!” and/or by making a whimsical sign with the GCY name and website to hold up at the end of your video
Submit a link to your video at Facebook.com/GayChristianYes
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Make your video today, and join the many voices proclaiming:
"Gay Christian? YES!"
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