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Homosexuals and the Church
Ways Christians can reach out to, understand, and minister to our homosexual brothers and sisters.
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If we want to be effective about reaching people with the Good News, we need to be willing to reach out to everyone in our communities who needs it—and that means homosexuals just as much as anyone else. Even if the issues surrounding it are a bit "hot." This downloadable resource sets out to temper that heat by offering a comprehensive look at the issues surrounding homosexuality and the church.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Ignoring Homosexuality 
By our failure to communicate care to homosexuals, we send a message of indifference.

Becoming Good Shepherds 
How my experience with same-sex attraction shaped my view of how we reach out to the homosexual community.

No Easy Victory 
A plea from a Christian husband and father who, day by day, resists his homosexual desires.

When Gay Activists Came to Calvary 
I preached on same-sex marriage and the protesters came out.

When Homosexuality Hits Home 
I was devastated by the news my son is gay. But God isn't finished with him—or me—yet.

The Best Research Yet 
Two psychologists show that homosexuals should not be discouraged from seeking change.

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Topics:Accountability, Controversy, Diversity, Homosexuality, Judging others, Outreach
Filters:Counseling, Discipleship, Mentoring, Outreach, Pastor, Spiritual director, Woman leader
References:Romans 1:18-32, Ephesians 4, Colossians 4
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