Tagged: LGBTQ

Christianity and Xenophobia

By Stephen Mattson Today’s political climate is filled with hate, racism, and bigotry towards various cultural, ethnic, and social minority groups. Christians should be alarmed at such rhetoric and take seriously the notion that...

Learning to Love Better

By Ron Sider Earlier this year I was a participant in a two-day Oriented to Love (OTL) dialogue led by ESA’s Kristyn Komarnicki. These dialogues bring together 12 committed Christians who represent a wide...

A Glimpse Beyond: Review of Moonlight

By Darren Calhoun Compassion calls us to enter into the pain of another. We most often do that through story, sometimes real and sometimes fictional. A film like Moonlight offers a rare opportunity to...

Naked at Church?

By Derek Kaser Can people get naked at your church? Can they bare everything and still be accepted without hesitation? Fear not—I’m not suggesting we should make room for streakers at church. I’m talking...

Building a Family Around Dialogue

By Kristyn Komarnicki A couple weeks ago I met up with six Oriented to Love (OTL) dialogue alums who had agreed to model loving dialogue for a group of Eastern University students. We’d been...