If you’re LGBT or a straight ally working for reconciliation, then chances are you’ve heard of The Marin Foundation. This is an amazing bridge-building organization that encourages open dialogue and discussion between the Church and the gay community. They’ve also started the “I’m Sorry Campaign”, in which Christians apologize to the LGBT community for the way they’ve been treated by the Church. The founder, Andrew Marin, has written a best-selling book called “Love is an Orientation”. If you haven’t read it yet, get it now! Marin and his team truly offer the tools necessary for more understanding, compassion, and reconciliation.
I was thrilled and honored to have the opportunity to write a guest post for Andrew’s blog. I hope you’ll check it out here!