Walking the Bridgeless Canyon: On Reparative Therapy, Mixed Orientation Marriages, The History of the LGBT Christian Movement, LGBT Youth, and Christian Advocacy for Inclusion: Part 5 of 5

Walking the Bridgeless Canyon: On Reparative Therapy, Mixed Orientation Marriages, The History of the LGBT Christian Movement, LGBT Youth, and Christian Advocacy for Inclusion: Part 5 of 5

Kathy Baldock
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This booklet is part of the larger book "Walking the Bridgeless Canyon: Repairing the Breach between the Church and the LGBT Community." The topics and chapters in this booklet include:

•Trying to “fix” gay Christians and the rise of the Exodus-type ministries
•Mixed-orientation marriage in which one spouse is straight and the other is gay
•The beginnings of the gay Christian movement
•The first studies on LGBT youth did not begin until the early 1990s
•How best to help your LGBT child as they come out
•Helping to create safe places for LGBT youth and adults in churches
•Positive contributions being made by straight Christian advocates to the LGBT community
•Suggested ways to participate in becoming an ally
•This part of the book is filled with stories of LGBT Christians, their families, and their allies
Pages
108
Format
Kindle Edition
Publisher
Canyonwalker Press
Release
July 06, 2019

Walking the Bridgeless Canyon: On Reparative Therapy, Mixed Orientation Marriages, The History of the LGBT Christian Movement, LGBT Youth, and Christian Advocacy for Inclusion: Part 5 of 5

Kathy Baldock
0/5 ( ratings)
This booklet is part of the larger book "Walking the Bridgeless Canyon: Repairing the Breach between the Church and the LGBT Community." The topics and chapters in this booklet include:

•Trying to “fix” gay Christians and the rise of the Exodus-type ministries
•Mixed-orientation marriage in which one spouse is straight and the other is gay
•The beginnings of the gay Christian movement
•The first studies on LGBT youth did not begin until the early 1990s
•How best to help your LGBT child as they come out
•Helping to create safe places for LGBT youth and adults in churches
•Positive contributions being made by straight Christian advocates to the LGBT community
•Suggested ways to participate in becoming an ally
•This part of the book is filled with stories of LGBT Christians, their families, and their allies
Pages
108
Format
Kindle Edition
Publisher
Canyonwalker Press
Release
July 06, 2019