Tagged: sexual justice

Heroes of the Faith: Josephine Butler

(1828-1906) Described by contemporaries as “touched with genius” and “the most distinguished woman of the 19th century,” Josephine Butler launched the first international anti-trafficking movement on behalf of prostituted women. Born into the prominent...

GENEROUS SPACIOUSNESS by Wendy VanderWal-Gritter

Reviewed by Gabriel Blanchard Wendy VanderWal-Gritter has spent more than 10 years leading New Directions Ministries, a Canadian group formerly under the umbrella of Exodus International. She and the ministry she leads have since...

Adventures in Ex-Gayland

Offering hope shouldn’t require sacrificing truth by Justin Lee Growing up in a conservative Christian home, I was confident that being gay was both a sin and a choice. I spoke out about it,...

A Difficult Curriculum

Discerning God’s voice in the midst of the struggle by Tim Otto “But the serpent said to the woman. ‘You will not die; for the God knows that when you eat of it your...

Walking on the Edge for the Lord

by Tonetta Landis It happened in the large but very ordinary fellowship hall of my Southern church, bright with florescent lights. long tables had been arranged in a U, the same tables that I...

Do I Have a Story?

Can the church learn to listen to gay Christians? by Joshua Gonnerman Homosexuality has become an increasingly significant focus in the public arena, far more so than one would expect considering the small percentage...