ministry

The Most Unreasonable Thing.

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If you are a Christian, particularly if you are a leader in a Christian community – I challenge you to do more than simply express your sympathy and shame in a Facebook post or a tweet. Engage your people in the conversation about restoring grace and humanity to those whose spirituality has been somehow overshadowed by their sexuality.

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This Is Not Enough.

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The truth is, I do want more. I want to make a difference. Maybe it’s because I want to have children of my own to invest in and it could be that’s selfish. But I also want to make a difference to the world at large. I don’t want or need fame, but I crave influence – to enable change for the many. I’m ambitious enough to believe I could do it. In fact, in my deepest secret self, I believe I’m meant to, somehow, be part of something bigger and more significant than my life alone.

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The Cost Of Being Honest.

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Honesty is always the best policy, except for all the occasions on which honesty will cost you almost, if not absolutely everything. As a youthworker, I have committed to helping young people find confidence in their identity, all the while learning myself to be dishonest and hide who I am, in order to keep my job.

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