I just read an article this morning that I think would definitely stir the Christian pot. Take a look really quickly for yourself and try to think about what you would do, and I would encourage you to think about this especially in terms of this being a very close friend of yours. What would you do? Why or why not?
Personally, I wouldn’t give it a second thought (provided I was invited to this wedding obviously). Continue reading “what would you do?”
So, I realize that I haven’t written a whole lot of original content thus far, just commenting on and responding to various articles. I promise I will get to that. I’ve just been reading a lot of things leading up to and through the process of starting the blog, and I have encountered a lot of different people writing a lot of different things that I both agree with and disagree with. I think it’s a good description of someone’s beliefs when they articulate what exactly they believe and what they do not, which is what I have been doing so far. So today, I have another post which stems off another article that I just read recently. This post is addressed to any parents that might be reading this blog or this post. The article that I’m going to link to below is one of the best that I’ve read. It describes one pastor saying all the things that he will do if he has gay children, and I think that it’s heartwarming and encouraging for all of the LGBT Christians out there. I think that it provides a nice contrast to all of the straight, Christian parents and pastors who would love nothing more than to continue to berate Christian young people for simply being the way they are. And yes, the comments at the bottom of the post, if you choose to read them, are disheartening and difficult to read, perhaps even angering, but I think that the point is that this pastor and dad is willing to speak up about this even though he knows full well that his opinion will probably not be received well, which is precisely why I’m sharing this with you. I’m all about people speaking up for what they believe, especially if their beliefs aren’t popular. Here’s the link: Continue reading “p a r e n t s”
Hmm. I still can’t seem to figure out how to get these links to properly embed in my posts…oh well…I’ll just continue to post the URLs old-fashioned style and what not. The link below is to a video that I just watched today, one that I think is very powerful.
Continue reading “a c c e p t e d”