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it started with grief. it started with the grief that comes from a recent loss steeling yourself for the reminders that sneak up on you. preparing for how different your life is going to be now, the new normal of grief.
it started with the most familiar ritual: the graveside visit, the pilgrimage to the place His body lay because it is a strange comfort to rest in the last evidence we can find of a loved one’s presence.
Over the course of 16 years, this organization has lived beyond its name; inviting everyone under the LGBTQIA umbrella to come together and encounter Jesus. At Conference last year, Justin Lee announced from the stage that GCN would change its name to reflect the inclusivity and diversity of our community.
I needed to locate people who understood this strange tight rope walk, people who shared my faith. People who loved Jesus. People who wouldn’t judge or demean my precious daughter… and who wouldn’t judge me or label me a hater because of my personal spiritual struggle.
The Board of Directors of the Gay Christian Network is pleased to announce the addition of four new members to the GCN board. We are thrilled to be able to add such a competent, diverse and capable group of leaders to the board.
Mirroring is a fundamental mechanism that literally alters not only the classification of what we crave emotionally, but also the way in which we craft our own self-understanding. Mirroring gives us the ability to trust our True Self or reinforces our man-made False Self.