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Ask people on the street what they think Christianity stands for, and many of them will list ""anti-gay"" near the top of the list. As cultural conversation on sexuality continues to get louder, it is absolutely essential that your church know how to talk about homosexuality well and how to better love and minister to LGBT people.

This 22-page resource offers biblical reflection, wisdom from experienced pastors, and practical tips on how to balance conviction and love as you minister to LGBT people.

This Resource contains all of the following:

A Quick Guide For Action 
Key points for caregiving ministry.

Talking About Homosexuality 
Christians need to take steps to extend our message of healing and grace.

A Different Kind of Life 
Jesus holds out for all of us the ultimate gain—a life that encompasses the final renewal of creation itself.

Entering Their World 
Successful ministry to LGBT people depends on seeing life through their eyes.

Creating a Safe Environment 
The church can draw LGBT brothers and sisters into a community that nurtures, strengthens and gives hope.

When a Child Comes Out 
How to respond to a son or daughter who is grappling with homosexuality.

When a Spouse Says, "I'm Gay" 
Determine the extent of the behavior and be ready with an action plan.

Combining Conviction and Compassion 
Homosexuality is not God's design, but a reflection of the broken sinfulness of humanity.

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Topics:Congregational care, Counseling, Crisis, Discipleship, Healing, Homosexuality, Pastoral Care, Shepherding
Filters:Counseling, Discipleship, Pastor, Pastoral care, Shepherd
References:James 5:19-20, 1 Corinthians 6:9-11, 1 Timothy 1:15-16
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masuda yoshitaka

August 14, 2014  6:20am

I don't no. this is strange! but one's way of good thinking.

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roger toft

June 02, 2014  5:13am

I support legal equality for heterosexual and same-sex relationships, but I think the gay community has provided a stick to their opponents which which to beat them by choosing the term ''marriage'', which treads on so many religious toes. Would it not have been wiser to avoid homophobic susceptibilites by selecting terms like ''civil unions'', ''legal partnerships'' or something similar ?

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Original Anna

April 24, 2014  7:42pm

I would suggest psychiatric help but temper losing people use their temper to control others to get others to do as they want. As for Zacheus he was hanging out of a tree waiting for Jesus and the woman washing his feet was already a follower. Homosexuals I know only want to get the church and Christians to say yes to their sexual habit worship, to get the respect of the church and to make sure they don't have to give up anything like worshiping their sin to worship and follow Jesus. Jesus said to leave those who won't accept my word and move on to those who will. Some people are to be left to their sin and won't be saved when he returns and judges us. Your attitude as a Christian is not my attitude as a Christian. I would rather spend my time which is limited in our human existence to those really needing help, the dying, the poor, children, survivors, those in sex trades, etc. and not to two men having sex with each other because they don't like women which is the real truth.

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Roger Evans

April 24, 2014  3:37pm

Lets address war , child abuse, divorce, infidelity, theft, feeding the hungry, caring for poor, the widows before advising others about sexual preference . Homesex never made the top 10

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Christopher Clay

November 22, 2013  1:38pm

Interesting. When I came to recognize the blessing of God's grace it was because I understood the depth of my sin. When I realized how far I had fallen only then was I able to accept grace. So, it isn't that a Christian doesn't love the murder, thief, homosexual, adulterer , child molester, or prostitute. The problem is that culturally "homosexuality" is being made "ok". If it is ok then it is difficult for the Christian to witness, just as it is difficult to bring a murder or child molester in our home or associate with them in other ways. God calls us to be careful with whom we associate (I Cor. 5). It doesn't mean we are to not love them but just be careful. If a sinner is unrepentant and not willing to change be careful allowing evil into the flock. I two star rated this because it doesn't seem to have a section on dealing and confronting sin. Grace is not cheap. Recognizing that if a person is openly LGBT they are probably not being convicted by the spirit to change.

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