The son of a gay dad and lesbian mom on how to think about LGBT people at our churches.
What if we found meaning in all of our reality (including suffering) that is in need of redemption?
A wife can’t be her husband’s accountability partner, but she can be supportive.
Our sexuality does not compete with our spirituality — it completes it.
The next Christian witness will look more like the “unchurched” than the “churched.”
The pope is calling out a status quo that global elites benefit from at the expense of the poor.
A celibate gay Christian on how traditional churches fail to provide a space for lgbt+ people to thrive.
Scripture is consistent and unambiguous: homosexual activity is not God’s will for his people.
Sometimes, the engine of desire needs to be turned off.
Five ways we can apply the Gospel to the fight against this damning epidemic.
A Q&A with Rachel Held Evans on the ills of American Christianity and what attracts millennials to church.
Why traditional Christians believe as they do regarding gender, sexuality, marriage, and the family.
When I admitted my gay identity, I was finally able to stop worshipping sexuality — and was better able to worship God.
Christians’ shift away from ex-gay therapy came amid larger cultural changes, including a wider societal acceptance of homosexuality and a rapid embrace of same-sex civil marriage.
Moore has spent much of his first year at the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission writing blog posts on Christian sexual ethics.
In an era of delayed marriage and open sexuality, how does advice to “wait until marriage” still make sense?
Being vulnerable can be costly — but not nearly as expensive as hiding the truth.
Ron Jeremy says sex and spirituality are completely separate issues — which is why swingers can be churchgoers, too.