Nothing Less Than Love

It is so important that we do away with caveats when it comes to loving those around us. Caveats mean we put our own spin on who is worthy of God’s love and who isn’t. That spin is usually defined by who we are more than who God is. Our own lenses are faulty no matter how perfect we think they are.

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Sex, SCOTUS and Apple Products

Being a community of people who profoundly value our newfound equality, will our deeply held respect for marriage encourage heterosexual couples to value marriage more highly? Will our efforts that once fought for marriage equality now be redirected to fight for marriage quality? How does this change the Christian discussion of gay theology?

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The Truth Is

For most of my life, I’ve been living in two spheres, but I had never been living in them in a manner that was cohesive and authentic. For anyone familiar with trying to be two things at once, you may characterize this as an “identity crisis.” You know the type: that crying in the corner, I’m not sure if I just soiled myself-type of crisis. My fear in finally doing this is that people, on both sides, may not appreciate what they see. And so begins the conversation.

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