Speaking of Homosexuality by Joe Dallas — A Book Review

In “Speaking of Homosexuality – Discussing the Issues with Kindness & Clarity” (Baker Books, 2016), author Joe Dallas presents the Traditional and Revisionist (his usage of terminology) perspectives and a look at “the pros and cons in the gay debate” with suggested responses. Dallas defines the Traditional view as seeing that “homosexual acts, like numerous […]

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The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert by Rosaria Butterfield | A Book Review

A book about hospitality being used to shame lesbian Christians Over the past several years, “The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert” (Crown & Covenant, 2104) by Rosaria C. Butterfield has been positioned by evangelicals and religious conservative as one of the go-to books for conversion from homosexuality to heterosexuality. Among conservative Christians, Secret Thoughts […]

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Reviews of Ron Citlau’s Books Harmful to the LGBTQ Community

Linked are two reviews on books by Reformed Church in America, Pastor Ron Citlau. If it has been suggested that you, as a pastor, parent, family member or LGBTA person, read either of these book, read the linked reviews first. Both books are damaging to the LGBTQ community and their families. Citlau is a proponent and member of Restored Hope Network and Desert Streams Ministry, […]

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Hope for the Same-Sex Attracted by Ron Citlau — A Book Review

“Hope for the Same-Sex Attracted” (Bethany House, 2017) by Ron Citlau is subtitled “Biblical direction for friends, family members and those struggling with homosexuality” with the intended market of “pastors, church leaders, parents of a  same-sex struggler, and Christians who want to work very hard to make their church a place where same-sex strugglers can […]

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Compassion without Compromise by Ron Citlau and Adam Barr — A Book Review

“Compassion without Compromise” (Bethany House, 2014) co-authored by Reformed Church in America (RCA) pastors, Adam Barr and Ron Citlau, is subtitled “How the Gospel Frees Us to Love Our Gay Friends Without Losing the Truth.” I read books written from this point of view regularly. As is with other authors in the same genre, the authors […]

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Dr. Michael Brown Spreads Poison in the Church

  In a recent interview on Up for Debate, Dr. Michael Brown was asked by host Julie Roys about what can be done about Christians (in this particular conversation, the Jen and Brandon Hatmaker family) who advocate within community for acceptance of gay marriage. Brown, whose expertise lay in ancient languages spoken by dead people, says […]

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Kathy Baldock


MISSION STATEMENT: The mission of Canyonwalker Connections is to repair the division that exists between social and Christian conservatives and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community through education, training, and dialogue in both secular and religious environments. Please support the work of Canyonwalker Connections with either a one time gift, recurring gifts or […]

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Hillary Clinton, June 2016

Hillary–It’s About Damn Time

  The first women’s rights conventions took place in Seneca Falls, NY in 1848. Seventy-five years later, a version of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was first introduced to Congress by feminist advocate Alice Paul who believed that the Nineteenth Amendment was not enough to protect the equal treatment of persons, regardless of sex. ERA […]

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Kathy Baldock in Australia & New Zealand

[Post written by Nathan Despott, Brave Network Australia] Australia’s evangelical movement is small, yet its loud and well-funded voice has made huge waves in Australian politics, causing much harm to LGBTIQ Australians and much risk to LGBTIQ youth. The Brave Network Melbourne, an advocacy and support group for LGBTIQ people of faith, is bringing one […]

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