What do we do when we experience spiritual dryness? How do we overcome that block? The Christian life is often very literally a wandering in the wilderness. Regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, Christians tend to go through periods when they feel that God
When Aaron finishes making atonement for the Holy of Holies, the Tent of Meeting, and the Altar, he will bring up the live goat, lay both hands on the live goat’s head, and confess all the iniquities of the People of Israel, all their acts
There are people who just get their jollies by arguing about “What the Scripture says.” It energizes them. They aren’t really interested in hearing the many sides of how people understand those old texts. They just find that being in the argument gives them a
Hi Bro, I should write home more often, but can’t seem to do it. Then today, I watched a movie and realized I could relate to it WAY too much. You may not have seen “Love, Simon” — but it was on HBO recently, and
The end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. — T.S. Eliot On the first day of 2020, the first day of a new decade — having just relaunched Whosoever after a five-year
I’m sometimes asked if my house is haunted. My father died there, my mother died homesick for it and, years earlier, she claimed to have been visited there by my grandmother’s ghost. The place is over sixty years old, and it certainly does contain its
Dear Bro: One of the hardest things I have done, was to come out to myself – and admit I was gay. Once you figure it out for yourself comes the hard task of telling others – to your friends and your family. It is
For all their bluster, it’s becoming apparent that anti-LGBTQI Christians don’t want a debate. They’ve discovered that we could win it. So rather than directly challenge us, they pretend we don’t exist. The sound and fury of the “religious freedom” brouhaha comes down to that.
This will be a regular column here at “Whosoever”. The title of it is, “Letters to Home”. I will be writing letters to home that talk about me and what it is about living as an out and proud lesbian. I want to introduce myself.
A survey was done among members of the Metropolitan Community Church, a largely LGBTQ denomination. One of the questions posed was whether it was in the Metropolitan Community Church that they heard for the first time that they were beloved by God? The answer was