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Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are

The “Cure Me, I’m Gay” documentary earlier this week has got me thinking. One thing that I have noticed amongst men who seek to change their homosexuality is that often they feel that the church will see them as somehow

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How Not To Audition

For those who didn’t catch it yesterday on ITV (in the UK), here’s the closing audition on this week’s The X-Factor. Text book stuff, trust me. Now, there’s plenty of ground to be made on commenting on whether the voyeurism

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How to make your child a gay activist

Eve Tushnet has my kind of tongue-in-cheek style… 2. Let your kid think your love is conditional. Again, you don’t even have to say this out loud. Many kids just assume, unless they’re told differently, that they’ll only be loved

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Prayer works..

It’s obvious to us as Christians that prayer works. Reuben’s birth illustrates this point very well: As Peter is curate of our church, we as a couple are listed in the church diary as a topic for prayer. When we

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