In Case You’re Not 1 of the 7.6 Million Viewers…

Just in case you are not one of the 7.6 million viewers of a recent BuzzFeed article that named The Marin Foundation’s I’m Sorry Campaign as the #1 Picture of the 21 Pictures That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity, here it is! I’m being serious when I say this, but I think this is [Read More...]

I’m Sorry Campaign at Chicago Pride Parade

This past weekend, a group with The Marin Foundation took the I’m Sorry Campaign to the Chicago Pride Parade. It was a great time of conversations and celebrating the day with others at the parade. Deni Fitzpatrick, who is interning with us this summer, was at the parade to capture some images of the day. [Read More...]

To Know and Be Known

The following post is from Brent Bailey, who is currently with us in Chicago as an intern at The Marin Foundation. He is working on his Masters of Divinity at Abilene Christian University and regularly blogs at oddmanout.net. Chicago’s Pride celebration culminated this past weekend, and our involvement in various events brought back to mind [Read More...]

Dr. John Corvino in Chicago (6/22)

Dr. John Corvino, co-author of the recently released book ‘Debating Same-Sex Marriage‘, will be joining for our next Living in the Tension gathering to talk about state of the marriage debate today, why it continues to generate more heat than light, and his thoughts on moving forward in a more productive manner. Commonly known as [Read More...]

The New Creation

The following post is from Michael “Fish” Van Huis, interning with us this summer at The Marin Foundation. Michael is majoring in Christian Ministry at Abilene Christian University where he also founded Voice, an unofficial LGBT and allies group at ACU. You can check out his blog at http://livinginboystown.tumblr.com/. How would you respond to the following [Read More...]

Living in the Tension Gathering – Mon, June 18

For our next Living in the Tension community gathering on June 18th, Deni Fitzpatrick will be sharing a bit of her story with us connected to her journey with faith and sexuality. Deni is an intern with us this summer at The Marin Foundation where she is using her skills as a photographer. She hails from Canada [Read More...]

Calling All Parents

“Mom, Dad, I have something to tell you…I’m gay”. One of the most difficult and life changing statements a parent can hear is that of their child coming out to them.  Like a bomb being dropped, this revelation has the potential to tear families apart. Parents often feel scared, angry, confused, anxious, hopeless, and very [Read More...]

An Eye Cannot Hear

The following post is from Brent Bailey, who is currently with us in Chicago as an intern at The Marin Foundation. He is working on his Masters of Divinity at Abilene Christian University and regularly blogs at oddmanout.net. Brent will be writing a few posts for this blog over the summer, so to kick things [Read More...]