Everywhere you look these days, it seems there are LGBT Christians and their straight allies speaking out in support of equality and full inclusion, in marriage and other secular law, and in church. Last week it was reports of the NALT project, which uses an It gets Better type video campaign to demonstrate that Christians are “Not All Like That”. Today, Sept. 18, it’s Matthew Vines “Reformation Project” inaugural conference.
Reformation Project Conference Teaches Acceptance of LGBT Christians
On Wednesday, Sept. 18, 50 gay, straight, bisexual, and transgender Christians from all across the nation will converge on Kansas City, Kan. I am one of those 50 individuals, and we are all participating in the inaugural leadership conference of the Reformation Project, a Bible-based Christian nonprofit seeking to reform the church’s stance on sexual orientation and gender identity.
It all began with one YouTube video. Matthew Vines posted “The Gay Debate: The Bible and Homosexuality” back in March 2012. It quickly went viral, and Vines inspired countless people across the globe to work for acceptance of LGBT Christians.
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