The Building Phase


Hey folks!

Glad you made it. Please pardon the bare-bones construction work and be careful not to step on any nails! As you can see, the site is up but we’re still piecing things together. I have big plans for this website and for IOF. But you’ll have to keep coming back to find out more…

The primary purpose of this site is to serve as a voice for LGBT Faith Equality. Sexual orientation and gender identity have deep spiritual ties that lead many people to examine their lives against their respective faith traditions. For those who have experienced prejudice and judgement in their journeys, I hope you will find healing here. For those who have experienced joy, I trust you will share it.

Everyone is welcome here. You don’t have to be gay. You don’t have to be religious. All that is required is a curious spirit and mindful heart.

Help me get the Inside Out Faith network started by plugging in to our Facebook and Twitter links. The goal is for IOF to be an interactive and helpful place to hang out.  So let  me know what tools, information and fun stuff you’re looking forward to before we put the hammers away!


  1. To begin with I must be very clear, I do not base faith on any particular sexual orientation. I have some distinct thoughts on what is acceptable and what is not as a Christian but I am not going to speak harshly towards someone that does not believe the way I do. I would love to converse with you on this in a non public forum (email or whatever) as my thoughts come from love and I do not desire to get in a big public theological debate. I will not judge. If you are interested please feel free to contact me.

    That being said, I do not believe that as a gay person you can’t be a Christian nor that you do not have faith. I too have many struggles that some people would feel justified to accuse me to be without faith or that I am not a Christian. God is our Judge and not mankind. I am so thankful for that. I pray that God will greatly bless you, guide you and comfort you as you ARE a child of God regardless of what others may say.

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