Summary: News and commentary for Christians who happen to be gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered. A production of the Gay Christian Network.
Christian singer-songwriter Derek Webb made his name as part of Dove Award-winning band Caedmon's Call, and now is known for his own powerful solo work. Find out why his latest album has stirred up controversy and why he cares so much about the gay community.
Justin goes to England and meets with Wesley Hill, a celibate gay Christian. The two discuss coping with loneliness, changing the church, and what it means to be "Side B."
Anne Rice was an atheist, famous for her novels about vampires, including "Interview with the Vampire" and "The Vampire Lestat." So why is she now writing novels about Jesus and angels? What is God doing in her life? And what does she think about gay people, including her novelist son Christopher? Find out this week!
She's a married, straight, evangelical Christian. So why is blogger Misty Irons so concerned about gay rights? This is an episode you'll want all your friends and your whole family to hear.
Singer Kori Ashton shares her music, faith, and struggles; listeners write about the length of the show.
GCN Radio listener Judy joins Brian and Justin to tell her story and talk about what it's like to come out later in life.
Is the church losing relevance in our modern culture? This week, listeners chime in on their opinions about what's happening to the church, and Brian and Justin discuss ways to stop a negative trend.
Aaron Sperling has been working for GCN for 8 months now, so this week he comes on the show to provide some insight into what it's like working for The Gay Christian Network, and to help Brian and Justin respond to listener comments.
Announcement from Justin about GCN Radio this week and other stuff.
Author Rick Brentlinger discusses his conservative Christian past, his book "Gay Christian 101," and why he believes the Bible does not condemn same-sex relationships.
Ross Murray from Lutherans Concerned explains how recent decisions in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America will affect the LGBT community. Also, listener Travis writes in to ask a deeply personal question.
Brian shares portions of talks by Harvard minister Rev. Peter Gomes and Pentecostal preacher Sister Evelyn Schave from the 2009 GCN conference in Anaheim, CA.
LA Talk Radio personality Tony Sweet is back on the show for a discussion of current events; plus, details about the upcoming GCN conference and other good news!
Brian and Justin discuss the Bible stories of The Good Samaritan and Mary and Martha; listeners struggle with rejection.
Back from the UK, Justin talks about his travels; Brian and Justin respond to listener comments and questions on gay pride and anti-transgender prejudice.