Christian One-Liners

I got these in an email, and I thought they were really clever. Not only that, but they sure relate to bridging the Church and the GLBT community! We were called to be witnesses, not lawyers or judges.God Himself does not propose to judge a man until he is dead. So why should you? Quit [Read More...]

You Look Good (no homo)

(This is a picture of the beautiful city of Pittsburgh) One of the very interesting things that I realized while being in Pittsburgh last weekend is that there is a saying that runs rapid with straight males—it’s an addendum added onto the end of a complimentary sentence that says “no homo”. Let me explain. When [Read More...]

Toddlers and Tiaras: God is Lost in Sexuality

Due to the shear train-wreck that is the new TLC reality show, Toddlers and Tiaras, my wife loves to watch. I actually think it’s one of those “sad train wrecks” and not the “entertaining train wreck” that I usually enjoy watching; but since my wife and I only have one TV, what we decided to [Read More...]

I’m Back from Off the Grid

Yes, I’m back! I’ve actually, and strangely, missed posting; so I’m looking forward to getting back into the swing of things. I thought I’d throw out some reflections from my most recent 3 State, 8 day trip. Throughout this trip I had the privilege of speaking to the ‘whole’ of what encompasses a majority of [Read More...]

Off the Grid

I want to give everyone a fair warning that I might not be posting until next Tuesday. Over the next nine days I’m going to be speaking in three different States, and have a pretty packed schedule in each city. Here are some of the highlights to come: Sunday Feb. 8th I will be speaking [Read More...]

The Book Endorsement Process—Part 2

These pictures are of the people endorsing Love is an Orientation: (Top Row from Left to Right: Scot McKnight, Shane Claiborne and Me and Marko)(Lower Row from Left to Right: David Roberts from Ex-Gay Watch, Michelle Strombeck and Brian McLaren)*For more information on what they said, see the previous post The reason I said my [Read More...]

The Book Endorsement Process—Part 1

The next phase of the Mysterious Publishing Process that I have recently gone through is the “endorsement” portion of the book—you know, the smarter and more famous people who you go to, to validate you, your work, experiences and thoughts so that other people will know you’re “ok to listen to.” I totally understand the [Read More...]

The Book of Psalms

When I study the Bible I read it cover to cover, starting in Genesis 1 and end in Revelation 22:21. The Bible is a Story, and there are many stories within the Story that compile the larger message(s) on trying to learn and understand what it means to live a life loving Christ—more to come [Read More...]

OUTNight Board Picture 1

The Marin Foundation has an event we call OUTNights, where we recreate my original immersion experience by taking straight Christians into Boystown to listen, learn and try to understand people’s stories of faith and sexuality. There is no debating, no arguing and no proselytizing … just a couple straight Christians going out at night into [Read More...]

The Marin Foundation Informational Video

This video is from the “extra” footage from the Promo Video to my book, Love Is An Orientation, which you can buy here from Borders or here from InterVarsity Press or here from Amazon. Much love. http://www.themarinfoundation.org/ [Read more...]

Finally, a Worthwhile Email Forward

I don’t know how many of you have gotten this email forward, but I just got it today. I thought it was quite profound. Here you go: IT IS STRANGE ISN’T IT…. Isn’t it strange how a 20 dollar bill seems like such a large amount when you donate it to church, but such a [Read More...]

Gay Scientists Isolate a Christian Gene?

I really can’t decide if this is funny, or so very sad. Either way it sure puts perspective on where our culture is at regarding the GLBT and Christian worldview of each other. What do you think about it – funny or sad? Much love. www.themarinfoundation.org [Read more...]

Hard Lessons of Forgiveness

Forgiveness can be a tricky thing. Many people, including myself, are able to talk about forgiveness as an important task in order to move on. Some people, not-so-much including myself, are also able to actually do it in their mind, heart and Spirit instead of just vocally forgiving the person(s) who have wronged them. A [Read More...]

Weigh-in #2

Today is January 28th and it’s time for weigh-in #2 for My Own Biggest Loser competition with myself. Current Weight: 252.7 lbs. Weight lost since last weigh-in: 3.3 lbs. Total weight loss thus far: 6.8 lbs! My next weigh-in will be in three more weeks on February 18th. Much love.www.themarinfoundation.org [Read more...]


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