Love Is an Orientation Participant's Guide: Practical Ways to Build Bridges with the Gay Community

Kobo ebook | May 29, 2013

byAndrew Marin, Ginny Olson

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Much of today's culture defines bridge-building and reconciliation as a one-way street that leads to full theological, political and social agreement. Yet Christ demonstrated a different path of religious and cultural engagement to establish his kingdom here on earth. In light of such countercultural principles, the Christian community needs a new view on the issues that divide conservative believers and the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities. Using the practical applications Andrew Marin has learned over the last decade of living and working in the LGBT neighborhood of Chicago called Boystown, as well as his international speaking and consulting ministry, this six-session, video-based study offers a variety of practical teachings, insights and life lessons. Rather than avoiding the topic of homosexuality, Love Is an Orientation aims to equip the Christian community to bridge the gap between LGBT and religious communities. This is not a study about “fixing” gay people. It’s about getting to know people, engaging them, and loving them like Jesus does. Designed for use with the video.

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Much of today's culture defines bridge-building and reconciliation as a one-way street that leads to full theological, political and social agreement. Yet Christ demonstrated a different path of religious and cultural engagement to establish his kingdom here on earth. In light of such countercultural principles, the Christian community...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:May 29, 2013Publisher:ZondervanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0310692237

ISBN - 13:9780310692232

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