I'm Christian unless you're gay

I'm Christian unless you're gay

Wow. With all the recent going-ons, I've had a LOT to think about. Mostly, how the marriages and families and beliefs of the people I love will be fundamentally affected if same-sex marriage is legalized...

Today is the 2-year anniversary of "I'm Christian, Unless You're Gay." One year ago I came out as something other than straight. And today this is me, telling you, that it gets better. As dark as it can be. It gets better.

I got this powerful email last week. The title was "My Mom." It was from a girl about her gay mother. Almost every other email I've gotten has been the other way around...

This was an email I received from a self-described homophobic man who decided to befriend his nephew after he came out as gay and the whole family got ugly about it...

As we follow the real life situations of this heterosexual young girl in a world where the roles of everyone are switched, we start to see a much bigger picture...

Today is the one-year anniversary of this post. Usually, I'd write an anniversary post with my most current thoughts and feelings about the message...

Josh (a gay man) rocked the boat when he shared about his marriage to a straight woman. But as challenging a post as it was, something just didn't sit right with me.

Meet James Geiger, a 27 year old good looking guy from Tampa. He happens to have Cerebral Palsy. He also has some things to ask each and every one of us.

After getting a homework assignment to write an essay about "I'm Christian, Unless You're Gay," one teen decided that enough was enough...

I decided to make a live recording of this post for two reasons. One, I realized that the way each person reads it is different. Two, I wanted something more than words on paper for my son to remember me by.

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My buddies and I stopped for a goofy selfie. It really was a great picture. Until I looked closer. And saw HER. Then it became en EPIC picture...

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We all want a happily ever after. We want to know what eternity looks like. But this is why that was really hurting me, and the irony I learned about it.