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Can you be gay and Christian? Is it a sin to be gay? How do you live life without sex? How do I support my same-sex attracted Christian friend/family member?
We are a group of Christians who experience same-sex attraction bringing out into the open the questions and dilemmas that gay Christians can often face.

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“Walking into church on a Sunday is a bit like coming home. It’s like walking into a family living room.”


"The search deep down behind sex in our society is the search for intimacy."


"As a single person, it’s still really possible to have the intimacy and the love that you need."


"Why am I a Christian? Because God loves me.”


"I lived within the gay community for over 20 years, fully identifying myself as a gay individual."


“Coming Out” - Some advice for Christians
“Coming Out” - Some advice for Christians

See Andrew Bunt’s recent blog with some advice for Christians thinking about coming out.

Why not say you are gay?
Why not say you are gay?

Here is an article on why we don't refer to ourselves as gay Christians.

The Christian Debate over Sexual Identity
The Christian Debate over Sexual Identity

An interview aimed at giving a better understanding of the debate inside the church right now over same-sex attraction and orientation, and whether or not it’s appropriate to use the identifying label “gay Christian.”

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A biblical perspective on being Christian and gay

We experience same-sex attraction and yet are committed to what the Bible clearly says, and what the church has always taught, about marriage and sex. We do not identify as gay Christians, preferring to use the term "same-sex attracted" (find out why).

With friends, we’ve set up this website to articulate a perspective that is not often heard – that of men and women who are honest and open about their same-sex attraction, but who have discovered that obedience to Jesus in this area of life is fulfilling, healthy and authentic. We want people who experience same-sex attraction, those who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transsexual (LGBT) or who are just questioning; their family and friends; their churches and pastors; and those investigating Christianity, to find here a plausible way of living out what Christians have consistently believed about marriage and sex. Find out more

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