Check out the digital resources below where I talk about navigating faith and sexuality!
The Digital Leaders Forum is a resource created by Preston Sprinkle over at the Center for Faith, Sexuality, and Gender. I participated as a panelist during its filming and found the entire experience to be characterized by a true desire to build bridges between LGBTQ people and the church.
What is a queer Christian? For Evangelicals, the word “queer” can seem dangerous. But it doesn’t have to be. To help Christians understand how this word is used today, Dr. Jonathan G. Smith invited me onto his podcast, Grace on Fire, for an interview. In this podcast, I describe my faith journey and reframe our understanding of the phrase queer Christian.
Loneliness. We all experience it, but not many of us want to talk about it. Let’s start the conversation here (and connect it to the necessity of friendship). Hole in My Heart Ministries invited me onto their podcast to discuss my experience navigating faith, sexuality, and friendship.
Too often, gay persons in churches feel invisible, unwanted, even marginalized. This is particularly true in more traditional churches. The message seems to be “shut up and go away.” Mortally Speaking invited me onto their podcast to discuss my perspective to this problem. How can churches help facilitate gay persons feeling more fully a part of their communities? Should gay Christians “come out?” These are just a couple of the questions we discuss.