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Why Your Beliefs About Homosexuality Don’t Kill People

It is deeply concerning that health measures are significantly lower and suicide attempts higher among LGB people, but it is also concerning that people who cannot celebrate homosexuality are said to cause these things. If I had a nickle for … Continue reading

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Making a Bumper-Sticker Out of the People’s House

I write this post not as a partisan, but as an American. The White House being lit up in rainbow colors by this Administration was wrong and in very bad taste. It is ┬ánot at all about what those colors … Continue reading

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The Gay Wedding – To Go or Not?

The following is an excerpt from my new book – Loving My (LGBT) Neighbor: Being Friends in Grace and Truth – which provides practical advice, forged from real life, in building genuine friendships with our LGBT family member, neighbors, co-workers … Continue reading

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The Catholic Synod on Family’s Final Report – No Reason to Freak

The recent Synod of Bishops on the Family. You know, the one that got everyone either freaked-out or excited about how the Catholic Church was going to finally join the 19th┬áCentury regarding sexuality. The interim message from the bishops seemed … Continue reading

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Houston, We Have a Problem

I have long thought that one of the most vulnerable parts of the LGBT movement is its proclivity to over-reach in their political and rhetorical work. There have been many concerning examples of this over the years and it makes … Continue reading

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