Here is a short teaser for one of the seminars taking place at the TFT National Conference, taking place from the 4th - 6th of October. In this seminar, we will be discussing healthy biblical marriage from a number of perspectives, including SSA Christians in healthy marriages.
God uses words. He spoke the universe into being. He gave words to the prophets. Jesus preached. Followers of Jesus are commissioned to share His message. But despite the call to speak God’s message, the Church has always faced the pressure to keep quiet, especially when it comes to articulating areas of the Christian message that are more counter-cultural than others. For the modern Church in the West, the pressure to not talk about God’s perspective on same-sex relationships has grown.
I love the story of the prodigal son, the way his father ran towards him with open arms, ready to welcome him back after his years of wasted opportunity. No rebuke, no questions asked, just pure love and acceptance. And that’s exactly what God did for me four years ago, just before my 49th birthday. After years of rebellion and destructive behaviour, God welcomed me back into his family.
Here is a short teaser for one of the seminars taking place at the TFT National Conference, taking place from the 4th - 6th of October. This seminar will be looking at sharing everyday life with others and how we approach living in a house with others of the same-sex.
Jackie Hill Perry’s background as a poet and rapper is clearly reflected in the pages of her book Gay Girl, Good God, with her poetic and striking use of language to portray both her joy in God and the struggles and sorrow that she has experienced.
I’ve never needed much encouragement to read. But for a long time I felt nervous of touching anything that might have a hint of sexuality about it, because doing so might either expose my own struggles with my sexuality or increase the intensity of those feelings...
A transcript from a discussion all about the talks at our upcoming Pressing On Conferences.
Song of Songs is a rather mysterious book to have in our Bibles. Maybe it’s just that I am not very inspired by poetic images, but I think it’s giving a picture of a love relationship that expresses the thrill of intimacy with God.
Written by American mental-health counsellor and ordained minister Jay Stringer. The book explores the processes of how we begin to “understand our lust”, seeing our present-day sexual fantasies and behaviours as road maps that can help us to understand our unresolved experiences from the past.