Jennifer Knapp was fly fishing along the banks of a river somewhere in middle Tennessee when the world learned that she was a lesbian.
God is always speaking, and if we let it, His voice can be much louder in our ears than any of the other voices speaking in or around us.
Imagine it: The Evangelical Christian church in America is a place of extravagant welcome for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Christians.
To walk alongside Jesus yoked together in love is to know a life filled with blessings, hope and love.
Our culture still awards its warriors for killing another man. A man can get a medal for killing another man, but still be killed for loving one.
There are reasons for suspicion of polls, preachers, and commentators — including this one — but one reality stands out dramatically in this nation and in cultures often dubbed “secular.” Religion, however defined, observed, and exercised (or not) remains a vital feature of a world with which citizenries have to cope.