Summary: News and commentary for Christians who happen to be gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered. A production of the Gay Christian Network.
Another "blast from the past," with Justin's humrous 2006 keynote address, "From Mrs. Fletcher to Chumbawamba: A History of Fallenness."
Brian's friend Erica Godfrey discusses her experiences as a Catholic transgender woman.
Justin interviews a group of GCN members at a retreat in the United Kingdom.
Listeners offer feedback and ask questions on a variety of topics, including bisexuality, coming out in school, self-destructive behavior, and non-affirming churches.
Gay Christian singer/songwriter Shawn Thomas shares his music and discusses his life and ministry.
Instead of a regular show this week, Justin presents a "blast from the past," featuring a humorous keynote he delivered in 2005 called "GLBT Christian Ministry: The Next Generation."
Brian and Justin discuss current events at GCN and some personal news about Justin; then, a discussion ensues about Galatians and the "fruits of the Spirit," including important advice for those who may be feeling far from where God wants them to be.
Pastor Romell Weekly, author of the new book "Homosexianity," talks about how Bible study helped him accept his sexuality, and the difficult process of coming out to his congregation. Also, listeners chime in on recent shows.
First, hear our listeners battle it out over the Chi Alpha controversy we discussed a few weeks ago. Then, meet Wendy Gritter, the head of a formerly ex-gay organization that is now working to build bridges between Christians and gays.
What do you do when your spouse announces that they're gay and your perfect marriage begins to fall apart? This week, Carol Boltz, wife of Christian music star Ray Boltz, tells the other side of the story that began when her husband came out of the closet.
A controversial show this week! Chris Donohoe, a student at Cornell University, petitioned the school to pull funding from a campus Christian group when they removed him from leadership over his sexuality. Did he stand up for what's right, or did he go too far? You tell us!
Brian and Justin respond to more questions from listeners about matters of faith, relationships, and sexual morality.
Following last year's Day of Silence episode, Justin again takes the mic to encourage breaking the silence - this time in a different way.
Todd Ferrell, president of The Evangelical Network, discusses the state of evangelicalism today and predicts what the future holds for gays in the evangelical community.
Brian returns from his short break, Justin responds to a recent ex-gay article attacking Side B relationships, and GCN Office Manager Nate K shares about current events at the GCN office.