Gay is an adjective, not a life style.
For you, for everyone.
This blog is for everyone. Although, the main focus is to reach out to those that have a spiritual connection with God. I find that its very difficult to find a support group that deals with Christians that are gay or supportive in the gay community.

In my personal opinion, sex is sex. Between two females or between two males, or three. sex is sex. a man and a woman, its sex. What do you think?

- danceburger said:
I'm asking every gay person's personal opinion. If you're a guy or girl who's has sex for the first time, but it was with the same sex, did you lose your virginity or does it not count?

I want to start discussions on here. I want to interact with you all. Tell me what you think!

do you think that homosexuality is something that people are born with, something that develops because of the way people are brought up, or is it just the way that some people prefer to live?

Jesus replied, “Not everyone can accept this word, but only those to whom it has been given. For there are eunuchs who were born that way, and there are eunuchs who have been made eunuchs by others—and there are those who choose to live like eunuchs for the sake of the kingdom of heaven. The one who can accept this should accept it.” (Matthew 19:11, 12 NIV)


I will be honest, I don’t know a lot about Puristanism. Although, I do suggest that you should not give up for finding like minded people. There are billions of people on this planet and I promise there is at least one other person out there that is going through the same thing as you. BUT if there isn’t, be the change you want to see and lead your own life to how you want to see it!

- Anonymous said:
Lately I find myself more and more interested in Puritanism. What are my chances of finding a Puritan-esque Christian community which also accepts that I'm gay?


Westboro Equality House:
Aaron Jackson Paints Rainbow Home Across from Anti-Gay Church

The Westboro Baptist Church is about to get a big surprise in the form of a new neighbor who plans to give the notoriously anti-gay group a taste of its own medicine.

Aaron Jackson, one of the founders of Planting Peace, a multi-pronged charity that has in the past concentrated on rainforest conservation, opening orphanages, and de-worming programs, bough a house that sits directly across from the church’s compound six months ago.  On Tuesday, March 19, he and a team of volunteers are painting it to match the gay pride flag.

The project — which the nonprofit is calling the “Equality House” — is the first in a new campaign Planting Peace plans to wage against the group.  Westboro is known for its intimidating tactics of protesting (or threatening to protest) what they refer to as America’s pro-gay, anti-God agenda, in close proximity to pride parades, soldier funerals, and other events like the Sandy Hook memorial services.

“I read a story about Josef Miles, a 10-year-old kid who counter-protested the Westboro Baptist Church by holding a sign that says ‘God Hates No One,’” Jackson told the Huffington Post.

“I didn’t know anything about the church or where they were located, but that story kept popping up.  And one night I wondered, Where is this church?  I got on Google Earth, and I was ‘walking down the road,’ and I did a 360 view.  And I saw a ‘For Sale’ sign sitting in the front yard of a house.  Right away it hit me, Oh my gosh, I could buy that house in front of the WBC!  And immediately I thought: And I’m going to paint that thing the color of the pride flag.”


I ask this question to open up conversation. I would love to hear what a few people thing before I address what I believe.

Is homosexuality a sin?


I met a man at the Uncommon Church outreach today, he had been reject from churches because of his relationship with another man. His exact words “I believe Jesus died for our sins. I can’t believe that my God would hate me!” Other churches made him feel like that was the case. I was proud to see my church family react so quickly to show this man love and compassion! These are the kinds of people that are going to change a nation! Just watch!

The wall between Christians and Gays.

Everything belongs to God. Absolutely everything-the earth and all that is in it. That’s important to know. Why? Because we’re called to trust in His provision, and doing so becomes much easier when we recognize we’re trusting in the One who ultimately owns all that there is.


questions help the blog move forward

where are my questions at??? :)


There are certain things in this universe that just can’t be separated. God and love, faith and good works, obedience and blessing, salvation and the cross, etc. But here’s an inseparable association that we may not be so quick to recognize: mercy and weakness. In reality, you can’t disassociate the Lord’s mercy from man’s weakness, because it’s our deficiency that signals our need for His sufficiency. Our weakness acts as a messenger to us that we need help, that we need mercy. And it’s when we recognize this and open our empty hands that God fills them with the multitude of His mercies. As you survey the Scriptures, you’ll find that those who owned their weakness received mercy. We see this most strikingly in the ministry of Jesus. A leper, a woman who had been bleeding for more than a decade, a frantic and helpless father, a blind man who had been banished to a life of begging by the wayside…all understood they were weak…all received immeasurable mercy. Don’t misunderstand. This doesn’t mean all our ills will be healed if we simply confess them. Sometimes our suffering is a providential tool God uses for His purposes. But it does mean this: Our weakness can be our greatest strength if causes us to humbly call out to God for His mercy. Be in tune and in touch with the reality that your frame is frail. Do what the Psalmist did and confess your weakness, for it’s then you’ll find yourself mightily covered in mercy.

Lord of all mercies, never allow us to forget how undone and helpless we are apart from You!

Mercy’s Messenger
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