We know that for a lot of people, the idea of being LGBTQIA+ and Christian might seem impossible.
For a long time the Bible has been used to falsely condemn the LGBTQ+ community. The truth is, you won't find a simple 'yes' or 'no' answer to this age old question, BUT there are tonnes of helpful books, websites, podcasts that help to show the true inclusive nature of the Bible and shout out about the love of God for Their beloved LGBTQIA+ children.
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“Jesus, do you hate me?” Gay Marriage, the Church and Compassion - Tristan Owain Hughes
Conversion Therapy Support Service - support for people who have experienced, been offered, or are unsure if they have experienced, any form of so-called ‘conversion therapy’ or practice.
Honest church - a campaign of the Student Christian Movement designed to encourage greater honesty about the true welcome that LGBTQ+ people receive in a church.
Student Christian Movement - an ecumenical and inclusive community, fostering unity in diversity and exploring faith through worship, discussion and action.
OneBodyOneFaith - a dynamic grassroots charity that enables LGBT+ Christians and advocates for change within the church, ecumenically and intentionally in partnership with likeminded organisations.
Matthew Vines speaks on the theological debate regarding the Bible and the role of gay Christians in the church.
Politics in the Pulpit? - In weekly episodes, PitP? asks how reclaiming the justice issues present in the biblical texts helps us to be good news in the world today
Pop'n'Olly - A free Youtube resource for children, parents and teachers, providing LGBT+ educational videos, which teach about equality and diversity.
Sylvia and Marsha Start a Revolution!: The Story of the trans Women of Colour Who Made LGBTQ+ History.
The Great Big Book of Families - introduces children to the fact that not all families look the same.
Peaceful Fights for Equal Rights - Through sparse and lyrical writing, Rob Sanders introduces abstract concepts like "fighting for what you believe in" and turns them into something actionable.