If anything, I’d make the argument that the dominant face of Christianity, as it is seen on television and promoted through news programming, is itself far from what Christianity is supposed to be about. It is a sort-of white-washed, sanitized version of Christianity that every year presents an increasingly cleaned up version of the Christmas story to the viewing public.
This morning was intense. In a good way. A month ago, I received certification for VA Disability benefits for my PTSD, specifically for Continue reading Overwhelmed
Just want to share with all y’all an anecdote about living gay in the red state of North Dakota, a right-to-work state with no LGBT workplace or housing protections. On September 22nd, my 14 year graphic design position with Continue reading Fourteen Years of Privilege
During the last week of August 2017, the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood released The Nashville Statement, a Christian doctrinal missive on modern sexuality. Since its release, there has been much discussion on the subject. In response there have been several documents written in response of stronger LGBT inclusion. A group of young, progressive Christian leaders wrote their response in the form of Christians United Statement on LGBT inclusion. Continue reading What would Jesus say?
On Sunday morning of June 18, 2017, as part of Bismarck’s Dakota OutRight Capital PrideFest, we held an interfaith worship service in Seratoma Park. Numerous religious religious Continue reading Coming Home