For many it’s the way you grew up and it’s a way of being that still seems right.
For many Christians, it’s very important to find another believer; someone who not only identifies as Christian but lives their life actively involved in their church and serving their spiritual community.
You might want to find someone who is born again or Catholic or Methodist or a Unitarian.
There are so many approaches to Christianity, that we can’t assume anymore that it means you’re a closeted Baptist or faking it Holy Roller.
Many Christian Churches now embrace their gay and lesbian members and openly support LGBT community in their congregations.
The world is changing and churches are changing with it.
Not only do we have equal rights to work, live and marry in many states but we also can openly participate in Christian churches and community across the country as well.
And we are all waiting for the Supreme Court’s ruling with baited breathe.
Hopefully we’ll learn that our entire nation will soon have the right to marry wherever they live in our 50 states.
As I watched the Denver Pride Parade this past weekend, I was amazed to see at least 20 church groups marching in support of LGBT Pride.