Summary: News and commentary for Christians who happen to be gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered. A production of the Gay Christian Network.
Joe, a gay Christian teenager and regular YouTuber, shares his story; listeners respond to the Dignity show.
Ling Lam, Board Chair of The Gay Christian Network, shares his story of coming to America, finding himself, and finding God. Also, hear his thoughts on ex-gay ministries, coping with loss, and making relationships work.
Marianne Duddy-Burke, executive director of DignityUSA, an organization for LGBT Catholics, talks about the situation in the Roman Catholic Church and how her organization is seeking to make change.
Brian and Justin answer listener mail, including a 91-year-old fan, and discuss families, mini-conferences... and spicy chicken.
Moses, a gay Christian who fleed to the United States, shares his firsthand stories about the dangers faced by gay people in Uganda and how American Christians are involved. Also, listeners respond to Tony Campolo and other recent GCN Radio shows.
Renowned author and minister Dr. Tony Campolo shares his thoughts on gay Christians, same-sex marriage, and the state of the church in this address at the 2010 Gay Christian Network conference.
Can gay actors convincingly play straight? Why do we get so much spam? Aaron and Justin discuss these questions and several hot controversies of the day.
Brian and Justin discuss news about George Rekers, the conservative Christian caught with a young gay prostitute; listeners share their thoughts on past episodes and other topics; Justin talks about a YouTube video he found recently and why it moved him.
Mary Lou Wallner, a Christian mother whose lesbian daughter committed suicide, discusses the events leading up to her daughter's tragic death and how it motivated her to help combat homophobia among parents across the country.
Jack Rogers, former moderator of the Presbyterian Church USA and author of "Jesus, the Bible, and Homosexuality," discusses how studying the Bible changed his mind about the morality of gay relationships.
Peggy Campolo, a Christian activist for LGBT causes and wife of influential evangelical pastor Dr. Tony Campolo, tells her story and how God has done remarkable things in her life.
After something "breaks," Brian and Justin debut a new intro for the show, discuss the new season and an upcoming Side B book, and react to the sexual abuse scandal in the Roman Catholic Church.
In this special 2010 teaser episode, Brian and Justin talk about the upcoming season of GCN Radio and play a fun song that dares to imagine GCN as a cola.
In the finale episode of 2009, Brian and Justin talk about the Christmas story, the Magi, the decade, being "more than saved," and running GCN in a difficult economy.
This week, Aaron and Justin answer a huge batch of listener mail, on topics such as the "other side" of the ex-gay debate, when outing your kids is okay, the GCN Top 10, and much more!