Why Gays Should Be Glad Church Isn’t Safe

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"Glad I don't feel 'safe'???????????"

Oh, Wes. Trying to worship in a place where the official 'policy' says that I am not a whole person, that says I cannot be ordained in holy ministry unless I promise to never have a life-partner/spouse, that says that sex is God's good gift to people but that I should never open/enjoy/"practice" that gift.............and I should feel "safe"???
Jesus and I can meet out under the sky and feel a lot safer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Elsie Gauley Vega more than 3 years ago

The United Methodist Church officially opposes the death penalty: "We believe the death penalty denies the power of Christ to redeem, restore and transform all human beings." (The Social Principles, Book of Discipline).


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