Okay, I know that some of you are going to throw up at this, lol. But I just found this website and I am going to check it out. It is a ministry of Focus on the Family. I wanted to share it in case anyone wanted to check it out.
I haven't explored it yet, but it looks like it covers the issues of pornography, homosexuality, with information for married couples, singles, parents and ministry leaders. I have just noticed that people have been asking questions about what the Bible says about some of this stuff. So someone might want to go here. Disclaimer: focus on the family is a Conservative Christian ministry.
I will go explore it and you guys can tell me what you think too : ) nicely
Just checked out some of this website & I love it. I agree with what I've seen of it so far. And no... the Bible doesn't make any exceptions for homosexuality. God says it's an abomination Period. Can't get much clearer than that. Sex outside of monogamous marriage is a sin period. Again, can't get much clearer than that.
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"his understanding no one can fathom."
Seems many of the articles on the site are doing just this. Substituting the beliefs of men for the desires of God. We cannot even begin to know all God has planned for us and his reasoning behind all he has done. So I will continue to love my gay brother and my lesbian mother and my gay niece. I will continue to believe that God loves us all and has made us all, as we are, for a reason. And I will not try and change that which God has created, wonderfully and perfected made (as they all are, as you are, and I am, as everyone is).
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