About GCMW

Please read:   Why we must examine the gay christian movement

Verbum Domini Manet in Aeternum ” The Word of God endures”

Gay Christian Movement Watch (GCMW) is a cutting edge Christian ministry whose mission is to monitor, analyze and publish (MAP) the activities, leaders and public theological positions of the “gay christian movement”.

GCMW is the foremost voice of truth against the unbiblical acceptance of homosexuality in the contemporary Christian church. GCM Watch is an extensive clearinghouse of documentation and we welcome inquiries from seminaries, church officials or concerned Christians who want to fight the inclusion of this destructive teaching in our Lord’s church. Additionally, we welcome inquiries from religion reporters and writers about the nature of our work and this blog.

If you are interested in an interview with Rev. DL Foster, please contact us. If you are a journalist within 24 hours of a deadline, please indicate that and your email will be returned promptly.

GCMW employs a polemic (pro-active resistance to internal doctrinal error) approach to foster education and empowerment for Christian church. Additionally, we seek to impact Christian academia specifically future Christian leaders and faculty members to confidently respond to the new face of doctrinal fallacy championed by homosexual religious groups and their allies. We believe polemics is clearly needed today to protect the church from doctrinal error, apostasy, and the destruction of the lives and souls of people. Scripture references: Titus 1:9, Jude 3, 1 Tim 4:16,  2 Tim 4:2-3.

GCM Watch seeks to leverage discussion regarding the “gay christian movement” and enlighten the broader Christian constituency through research, documentation and examination of movement’s various adherents and their beliefs in contrast to traditional Christian doctrine.

Our foundational text is the Bible and our worldview is balanced between the traditional scriptural understanding where applicable and progressive revelation where applicable. We believe that, where applicable,  reason, logic and evidence is to be used to defend the faith given by Jesus Christ and recorded by holy men of God who were inspired by the Holy Spirit.

 

82 Responses to About GCMW

  1. Chris says:

    Hey ReviRev! Thanks for your reply.

    I agree homosexual feelings (orientation) does not prohibit anyone from having a relationship with Jesus.

    However a peace about any aspect of our fallen condition (including sexuality) is antithetical to our relationship with God. We are to pursue Godly things in our life which sexuality is not. Trying to bring “spirituality and sexuality together in order to exist on this human plane” is not the goal of Christians. No wonder it brings pain and suffering!

    Remember …. “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only he who does the will of my Father who is in heaven.”

    You cannot place your sexuality above Gods will and expect to be blessed!

    • Joseph E. Bass III says:

      We must submit all of us to God. This includes feelings. If the feelings remain long enough the act will follow. The flesh has to be crucified. We have to become dead to sin. Remember Jesus if a man looks at a woman to lust after he has already committed adultery. Feelings that grow turn to action.

    • Finn says:

      Jesus: blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God.
      Jesus: blessed are those who have been persecuted for righteousness sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven!

      You can’t pray away the gay.

      GCMW: Finn, where in the bible does Jesus say that homosexuality is “righteous”? And if it cant be found, wouldnt your misuse of the scripture above be extremely self serving at best?

  2. gcmwatch says:

    Revrevi has her theology really really mixed up. When you advocate the kind of buffet style theology her church engages in, youre bound to come out on the wrong side of God.

    I would like to remind her that blessings, material things are no indicator of relationship with Christ. God rains on the just as well as the unjust. He is good to all regardless. But that doesnt factor into eternal life with Christ.

    Hopefully the Lord will open Revrevi blinded eyes one day and she will see her sinful ways and repent.

  3. thinkaboudit says:

    Love the site I just stumbled onto and am grateful to read real truth and real thoughts that come from our own mortality. In my spirit I want to love all people because we do all fall short of the glory of God.

    There was one post that made the comment that there’s not a site that watches over liars and thieves etc. But my thoughts are you rarely hear a liar say, “I’m being dishonest with you because I was born that way.” Or one doesn’t hear a thief say, “I have a right to steal that b/c I was born that way.” And if liars or thieves decide to get together and start a movement, then I think a stand in “God’s” righteousness would be appropriate.”

    Also the slavery comments. African Americans don’t like their rights being compared to the gay rights movement….being Black is not a sin, so they don’t appreciate their intelligence being insulted this way. Slavery was obviously an abuse of power and the bible speaks clearly about this.

    In all honesty, “these” area’s that I have mentioned are why I struggle with the love part…I guess my human nature doesn’t like being manipulated or forced into believing things that just aren’t there.

    I came to this site after looking up Nicoliatians on google b/c so many times I have read over the words from Rev 2:6 But you have this in your favor: You hate the practices of the Nicolaitians, which I also hate. (talking to the church of Ephesus)

    Again in Rev 2:15-16 Likewise you also have those who hold to the teaching of the Nicolataitians. (16) Repent therefore! (talking to the church of Pergamun)

    Again in Rev 2:20 Nevertheless, I have this against you: You tolerate that woman Jezebel, who calls herself a prophetess. By her teaching she misleads my servants it sexual immorality and the eating of food sacrificed to idols. (talking to the church of Thyatira)

    I have not struggled with the sexual immorality of being gay but have had other lusts that have greatly shamed me. I claim that I am delivered and every now and then I am waylaid with a bomb from the pits of hell but I have learned to rely on the Lord through his truth and with his armor. Maybe it will never leave me completely while I’m in this skin of flesh, but I know he created me to be Holy and I’m standing on that. When I fall, I’m forgiven but the truth is His grace is always sufficient.

  4. Jeff Winter says:

    Hello I just discovered your website and your ministry. PTL. I have been at it for almost 20 years preaching and teaching that God is still in the business of changing lives, even one’s homosexual/same-sex attractions. Praise God for your ministry. I am glad we are in the fight together

    Rev. Jeff Winter
    OnebyOne http://www.oneby1.org

  5. TestifyToday says:

    Hello,
    I just came across this page today. The name called to me and I was curious to read what it was about. I have read all these posts above and I am truly hurt. As a christian I am hurt. I can understand where both sides are coming from the christian community and the glbt community. I feel that my testimony might speak to someone. As a child I was raised by a mother and grandmother who were both lesbians. They sent me and my sister to church every sunday. I grew to love the lord very much.I would pray for my mother and my grandmother all the time. I was molested by a female cousin on my father’s side when I was 6. I was raped by a boyfriend and had my virginity stolen at 14. Still very active in the church and youth groups I felt very guilty about my loss of purity and I began to act out. Like most rape victims, I acted out. I became very promiscuous and began a pattern of backsliding and struggling with my sexual identity. By 17 my mother got saved and married. I was happy for her, but by then I was still trying to live right in the eyes of my Father on my own. I had always had sexual thoughts about women but I never acted them out for fear of being like my mother. I was afraid to tell her, for fear that it would hurt her and make her feel guilty. At 18 I moved away and became very serious about my relationship with the Lord. Fasting,praying, very involved with the ministry. I was at peace. I was very transparent with my pastor and my church. Everytime I fell I told them. If I sinned, I would sit myself down that day and repent. One day my pastor’s wife’s armorbearer took me aside and told me that the Pastor’s wife called me a whore ina conversaton one day. I confronted her and asked her about it in front of her armorbearer and she did not comfirm or deny.Very hurt my this and knowing how hard I tried to fit in and live right I left the church. My life has not been the same since. I felt that the rejection of the church was a rejection from God. I know now that this was a lie from the devil who comes to steal, kill and destroy. He knows he is already defeated so he tries to take us all down anyway he can. But I spent years of my life being hurt and confused. I became a bisexual. Knowing that it was a sin, but once I allowed it in it was hard to let go. I know some ppl say they were born that way. All I can say is that in my case my life situations put me in a place to feel that way. Some GLBT ppl were never raped or molested. Some have been. Either way, we (humans) have been hurt. Jesus is a healer. Tonight is New Year’s Eve and I’m going to spend this night with my healer Jesus Christ. Jesus loves me no matter what I have done. He hates my sins, I hate my sins too. I want to feel that peace again. That unconditional love. I will repent and give my life to Christ once again.I know that it is my responsibilty to repent and make things right. I also know being someone who truly loves the word of God that it is the responsibilty of Christians to love one another as Christ loves us. It seems impossible to do sometimes, but I believe that we can to it. It really hurt me to read all the anger and sarcasm coming from both sides. I agree that when you love someone you should tell the the truth and sometimes the truth does hurt. That’s all the more reason to speak the truth with love. Not with self-righteousness, sarcasm, combativeness,defensiveness, but with love. You need to speak with love even when they don’t love you. A lot of ppl from the GLBT community hate the church, they hate christians and they hate God. Why??? Because some of us are not showing them Love. We have been telling them all the things in the bible that are TRUE about thier lifestyle, but not telling them the TRUTH about Gods love. They shouldn’t pick and choose which parts of the bible apply to them, but neither should you.The bible says that love will draw them in. That same love will cause them to repent, not condemnation. I believe that you should keep doing what you are doing as well if you are truly lead by The Holy Spirit. Truthfully the way you have gone about this and the way you have worded some things in your responses to those that oppose you caused me to question your motives, but I understand that this is not my place. God knows and you know and that’s all that matters. I felt lead to share this and I have. I pray that you recieve my message in love.
    God Bless you,
    T

  6. Phil Magnan says:

    Enjoyed your website. I just wanted to let you know about a typo in the paragraph below. Look at the word, ” because”
    God bless,]
    Phil Magnan

    14. Homosexuals do not need to repent, be saved, delivered from or changed from their natural sexual orientation.

    The fundamental problem with this position is that it changes the basic definition of sin. This is dangerous to the church becasue if we can willfully change definitions of certain behaviors, then we alter what people understand the consequences of that behavior to be. For instance, if our government were to make rape legal, there would be no negative consequences for the rapist legally. Likewise if the definition of what is or is not sin, especially when there’s a clear definition in scripture, it will deceive people and consequently lead to spiritual death.

    GCMW: Thanks very much Phil!

  7. I found this site intersting. As far as I’m concern the conservertive reconstruction project fits with some of these ideas. Maybe there a bridge here?

  8. Frank says:

    One problem is that people no longer want to hear that all have sinned and need to repent. The drunk, doper, rapist and thief.
    The difference is in a sin unto death and sins not unto death.
    Abominations are sins unto death. (spiritual)
    Also, the word of God is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. Those thoughts are manifested by our actions and words. From the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks and the Lord said that we would be witnesses unto him. How we live bears witness at the throne of God what we think about his word. If we act in a way that is declared to be an abomination we sin a sin unto death and show the Lord we don’t care what his word says.
    The Lord said himself he prays not for the world and the scriptures are full of things that God hates. He removed his grace from Saul and many are listed in the new testament as turning back to the world.
    David said in sin his mother conceived him and that he was shapen in iniquity. We are not as great as this man after God’s own heart and it is blasphemous to say God made me this or that. We all need to repent and be renewed by the Spirit of God just as the word says.
    The Lord said we must live by every word that proceedeth from the mouth of God and also said that any man instructed in the kingdom of God is as a scribe that brings forth out of his house things both old and new.
    There are indeed sites such as christianet.com where straight Christians try to teach the truth and get on each other about sins. The sad part is that while many are smart in education in the scriptures most lack the leading of the Holy Ghost and err greatly in what they believe.
    Those of us that attempt to warn gay people about abominations sending them to hell are not all hateful.
    In a more carnal analogy I would say that if I was traveling down a road and the bridge was out in front of me the one that stood in the way and loudly proclaimed the bridge is out and death lie ahead is the one that loved me. The one that blindly allowed me to go on my way for what ever reason would be the one that didn’t.
    In my blogs I make it a point to include that should any babes in Christ struggling with repentance and turning from active homosexual activity read my words I hope they will turn from it and at least attempt to use the way of escape with that temptation which is celibacy, or side B. I do not attempt to come across uncaring or hateful, even though I am generally accused of such.
    The truth is that the time is short and the return of the Lord is nigh. With that in mind I would want someone to warn me if I was doing something that was abominable. Forever is too long to be wrong.
    I hope that whoever reads this knows that some of us out here are sincerely concerned about the spiritual welfare of those who may be babes in Christ and wish to see their souls saved.
    It is not just a matter of lashing out at gays.
    The word says that in the end times brother would fight brother just as nation would rise against nation. That can be seen both in the natural world around us as well as the spiritual one in which the body fights the Spirit and the old man fights the new creation in Christ.
    Each person will have to answer for their own self but in the meanwhile I do plan to do what I can to help those who are struggling with the conviction of the Holy Ghost.
    Another issue is calling the conviction of the Holy Ghost the devil. I have read some say such and that is blasphemy of the Holy Ghost. The word says not to call good evil nor evil good. Too many today have been taught to blindly say what they want not realizing that by our words we are justified and by our words we are condemned. Those accusations against the Holy Ghost hold eternal consequences.
    There truly is a lack in discernment of spirits today. That lack in discernment opens the door to all sorts of heresy and abomination as people can no longer discern between the devil and the Spirit of God.
    I personally hope that any that read what I post will take the time to honestly consider the consequences of active homosexual activity and turn from it.
    I do not say that in hate but in love of their soul.
    May God bless,
    Frank

  9. Frank says:

    RevRev,
    Not everyone has a relationship with Jesus. The Lord made that clear when he said that he will say to many “Depart for I never knew you.”
    The word says the Lord is angry with the wicked every day.
    It also says the face of the Lord is against all that do evil.
    The word says 7 nations were cast out before Israel because of their wickedness.
    Saul lost his kingdom for rebellion.
    The Lord called the pharisees a nest of vipers.
    The Lord spake the spiritual meaning of his parables to his disciples in secret. Those not his only heard the carnal meaning. The same holds true today. Many do not have the rightly divided word of truth as brought forth from the Spirit. They tend to seek out ways to avoid repentance.
    And, both John the baptist and Jesus came preaching “Repent and believe the gospel.”
    Frank

  10. internet elias says:

    In recent years, there is a continuing focus on what now is called the ‘culture’ war. Alternative lifestyles such as the homosexual lifestyle is widespread and large in numbers. But so is the population of the obese, the drug addicts, the alcoholics, the hypocrits, and of those who are totally ‘messed up.” :smile: Sin is sin and as a Christian, I am to learn the truth about what God said is right and wrong…in the Bible. It’s his contact point with us. He loves all…..especially those in the highways and hedges….outside of what we label as Christianity.’ We are the Temple of God and His Christ. By way of His Holy Spirit, my heart is softened and compassionate for those who live less abundant lives than what the Father wants for His creation. The Church as been a total failure in redeeming those ‘poor in spirit’ unto the joys of the Lord. When they look at the visible Church….who wants it. But, if you are gay, and if you are reading my comment….please know that the mercy of God is open to us all…..if we are repentant. His rules are there for our happiness. Satan’s lies are there for our destruction. Homosexuality, obesity, drug abuse, alcoholism, cheating, stealing, adultery…..all sin is destructive to the spirit and body. We are BETTER than that. WE CAN DO BETTER THAN THAT.

  11. internet elias says:

    God loves the sinner but He hates the sin. Sin includes obesity (gluttony), liars, adulterers, sexual perversions (even among married heterosexuals…lust is lust…even if you are married), and all other sin. Sin is serious. I read the attempted gang rape of the angel of destruction who came to destroy Sodom and Gamorrah…..by the roving band of homosexuals of the city. These were all destroyed with Sodom by fire and brimstone rained from God out of Heaven. Sin is serious, serious…business. I think we might all fare much better, spiritually, if we spent time getting the log out of our own eyes, beeing filled with the presence of God, as true deciples are commanded to be. Then, we can go forth with serving those everywhere, especially the lost, and show them how genuinly God loves them. Love Never Faileth. The latter half of the first chapter of Romans clearly states God ruling on the right and wrong of homosexuality. These scriptures shows one can reach a point of no return while living the life……and can actually be locked into its perversness and be dead eternally. Please receive God’s abundance He so desires for you. Satan is a liar. “He desires to sift you as wheat.” He hates you because you are God’s creation and joy.

  12. Frank says:

    internet elias,

    It is true that we should remove the beam from our own eyes before we try to remove the mote from our neighbor’s. But, to remove that beam it must be mainifested by the Spirit. Not through vain repetitions of man’s doctrines.

    Once we can see that we are but sinners saved by the grace of God through the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ at Calvary we should attempt to live in accordance with the word of God to the best of our human ability and rely on his grace when we fall short.

    Then we should point out the sin and abomination of others who proclaim the name of Christ in a spirit of meekness lest we be tempted.

    The thing to keep in mind is that the scriptures declare that he sends forth his spirit and we are created and that the goodness of God leads us to repentance. The entire conversion and walk with God from beginning to end is a spiritual work whereby no man may receive any glory as it is written that the Lord will not share his glory with another.

    As for loving the sinner and hating the sin, this too is a nice sentiment but not scripturally sound.

    If God loved the sinner and hated the sin Sodom would not have been destroyed. The Lord would have made another way to save them.
    The scriptures declare that the Lord is angry with the wicked every day.
    There are indeed those whom the Lord hates such as written Isaac have I loved but Esau have I hated.

    There are those who have been predestinated to be conformed unto the image of His Son since he foreknew who would love him and who would not.
    There are also those who are predestined to damnation as He knew they would never love him.
    John the baptist said to the pharisees who hath warned you to flee from the wrath to come. Wrath is not poured out on those whom the Lord loves but on those whom the Lord hates.

    Those who choose to live lives against the word of God may indeed kindle his hatred and wrath.
    All we as Christians can do is to try to warn them in a spirit of meekness remembering that it is only by the goodness of God that his Spirit has led us to salvation and given us the desire to serve him to the best of our ability.

    Frank

    • Lynne says:

      I think it’s clear that God loves the sinner, for in John 3:16 Jesus says “God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him will not perish but have everlasting life.” The ‘world’ is sinners. Yet God is just & will deal with sin righteously. Only Jesus Christ can take that sin & do away with it & satisfy the righteous dealing of sin. Next, God saves us for good works, He saves us from penalty (death), presence (hell) and power of sin (sinful living). Those not willing to believe in Lord Jesus and receive Him as Lord & Savior, well God’s wrath will abide on them. So basically, God loves the sinner & yet will have righteous wrath upon those whom choose to not repent & believe the Gospel. This is how I understand the Gospel.

  13. Frank says:

    In my post about Numbers I meant Jacob have I loved and Esau have I hated.
    Not Isaac have I loved and Esau have I hated.
    My mistake.
    Frank

    • Hannah says:

      Hi Maria, Thanks for the post. I remember being in a very saimlir situation. We’d moved to Florida, and in doing so left a thriving and healthy church. We were young in the Lord during that season so it was hard for me to understand and see Him in what I was going through. It felt like we jumped from one church to the next trying to find where we belonged. Looking back God was in all of the churches we were at, because He was in us. Not all were healthy churches, and some were only for a season in our lives; however, each experience during that time Lord has used for His glory. I would encourage you and your husband to continue to seek fellowship (even if you have to drive an hour) with other believers. God knows this season, knows your needs, and knows the needs of others whom you will encounter. I encourage you to continue to trust Him in all things, and He will direct your path. I will be praying for you that God reveals to you and your husband the right body of believers to surround you with. Until that time, there are women’s Bible studies that you can be a part of outside of a church; look online for Bible Study Fellowship. They have it for both men and women. They are located all over the United States and internationally. They usually take a book of the Bible and study it for a year. Also, contact other churches and see if they have small group ministries where you might be able to just attend. I know you homeschool the kids, if you have a group of other mothers maybe take an evening and go for coffee and share a scripture or two together. I pray the Lord brings believing friends for both you and your husband. Blessings! Beth

  14. Llago says:

    “Maybe you have the true church confused with the liberals or the hypocrites in residence in the church.”

    -GCMW

    So all liberals are unholy or attend fake churches because they are not conservative Republicans. Wow nice to know how Jesus would vote, oh yeah and a mix of church and state is something extremely constitutional.
    GCMW: No, just some. Maybe you missed the use of the word “maybe”.

    “You told five lies in this short post, RT. Five of them. All of them unsubstantiated, flame darts with zero merit.”

    -GCMW

    GCMW knows all truth because they have died and were reborn again, on what day if I may ask? Love the flame darts w 0 merit, what a way to show how Jesus would respond.
    GCMW: Since RT wouldnt respond to the obvious lies he told, why dont you give it a shot instead of dragging Jesus and cliches into the mix.

    “efenz, I hate trying to have a discussion with a straw(wo)man, but here goes.”

    -GCMW

    OH, you hate and disrespect people’s names along with an adhominem attack by using your own fallitic interpretation of their identity. Since when is it okay to hate sharing the gospel in any way? “(wo)man” I’m so appalled at your hatred.
    GCMW: efenz is the name SHE used to sign on with. Since you dont like our method, LLAGO, what do you suggest as a better course of action?

    ..”by stating nobody has a right to judge you. Beside being a tub of malarkey, your sin has already passed judgment on you without any assistance from anyone else.”

    -GCMW

    Passing judgment is the 11th commandment according to GCMW, not to forget potentially using metaphors repugnantly.
    GCMW: No, judging righteously is a command given by Christ in Matt 7:24. Was he wrong to tell us to judge righteously?

    “Instead of more praying, what about getting an understanding before you start writing.”

    -GCMW

    This is the best way to express how one should ask questions about one’s dialogue instead of jumping to their own conclusions. DON’T PRAY! Here’s someone totally holy because GOD and JESUS said only to pray under certain circumstances.

    Overall, I’m losing my appetite because of the poisonous rhetoric from the framers of GCMW but joyous towards the opportunity of welcomed discussion. I pray, I fast, I breathe, I see, I live, and still I admit to being human and proned to make mistakes. Passing judgement never superseeds loving thy neighbor!
    GCMW: LLAGO, please state your case. We all get that you dont like the answers we give here. If you dont have a legitimate objection, just move on. It will be easier on everybody. And if you have any more complaints send them to email.

  15. christian says:

    Great site!! This is something a lot of christians are mulling over, how to be loving towards homosexuals involved in homosexual sin. We know God gives them over to a debased mind as we can see from a lot of the posts. The apostate churches aren’t helping, I fear for those religious leaders when they stand before God. We as christians need to put on the full amour of God for this spiritual battle. The rationalization for why God would be ok with homosexuality is not different from the rationale given by pedophiles, those involved with beastiality, and the whole slew of sexual perversions. I can see Jesus returning soon, He didn’t put up with the evilness of Noah’s day or with the rampant homosexuality of Sodom. Jesus loves all sinners but God will never change, homosexuality was, is and will always be sin and for those that remain in unrepentant homosexual sin, you reject the gospel. You will forfeit eternity for your false idol that you worship more than God. Don’t let the enemy steal that away, repent and join the family of God.

    • stephen says:

      You tell people to repent & join the family of God. Repentance may seem more appealing than joining much of the visible church.

  16. Uzza says:

    May God continue to strengthen you for the journey ahead. The time is coming for true discipleship. We must be willing to surrender yea even our own lives for the Will of Our Father. There is a swelling of the forces of evil around this world and a boldness liken unto the days of Sodom. Be ready! Be ready!

    For those who maybe lead by the Spirit over to this site, that are struggling with this or any sin just remember this:

    1 Corinthians 10:13
    No temptation has seized you except what is common to man. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can stand up under it.

  17. Demetrius Hollins says:

    Love this site!!! Just discovered it today!! Im glad that there is someone out there who will stand boldly in their convictions and declare the uncomprimisable Word of God!! Homosexuality has NO PLACE in the church, NONE!!!

  18. Carroll Merriman says:

    May I just say what a comfort to uncover somebody that actually knows what they are discussing online. You definitely realize how to bring an issue to light and make it important. A lot more people have to read this and understand this side of the story. I was surprised that you’re not more popular given that you certainly have the gift.

  19. Ray says:

    Such a refreshing change to hear the word of truth, not the perverted one according to homosexuals.
    I have absolutely no hatred for them of course, but I do hate the truth being changed to fit in with what they want to believe.

  20. Mildred says:

    Thank you for your boldness. You remind me of Jeremiah, who was bold when it was not beneficial to him. Keep up the good work!

    • gcmwatch says:

      Thank you very much Mildred! God’s glory doesnt always contain an immediate benefit to us, but it is worth us giving 100% of ourselves so that he IS glorified.

  21. Marvy says:

    Pls there is an important question i want 2 ask nd pls i need a reply. Is there any religion that does not condemn homosexuality?

    GCMW: Major Religions? No.

  22. Erica says:

    My issue is that it shouldn’t be an issue anymore than any other sin as far as people are concerned. The man drinking every night and beating his wife shouldn’t feel more welcome in church than the lesbian. The homosexual person shouldn’t get sneered at, talked about, made to feel unwelcome. How are you supposed to spread The Word and help promote repentance to a person that is getting pushed away. People who feel like outcasts don’t always conform for acceptance, often they dig themselves deeper into the world that does accept them. Homosexuals aren’t defined by their sexuality. They are people with feelings and struggles just like anyone else. The struggle is just different. Maybe they don’t struggle with things that a straight friend just can’t seem to overcome.

    • gcmwatch says:

      Erica, you seem to be suggesting that making people “welcome” is the answer the the compounded layers of confusion about homosexuality? Do you really think its that simple? Just put out some tea and biscuits and homosexuals will want to change?

  23. DueSeason says:

    One of the BIGGEST MISTAKES Christians fall victim to is the use of the world’s euphemisms: Homosexuals are NOT “gay”; and the new lie: “you can’t help whom you love” – The truth: Either you trust God or you don’t! God has declared (more than once) that HOMOSEXUALITY IS AN ABOMINATION! Therefore, there is NOTHING man can say to refute this truth!!

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