WTBC Video Series / Q&A Format
#1: Your ministry, Canyonwalker Connections, is geared towards engagement, encouragement and education between the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Christian community and the conservative Christian church.
Can you tell us how this ministry came to be and where you see it going.
#2: You have been a Christian for three decades. Most of those within the evangelical church who still see homosexuality as as sin.
As an evangelical Christian, what brought you to the place of no longer viewing homosexuality as a sin?
#3: What are the cultural issues that the church must contend with to engage more effectively with the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community?
#4: You believe that homosexuality is not a sin, aren’t you neglecting so many scriptures in the Bible that appear to be against homosexuality?
How would you respond to those that say you are hindering more than helping the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community by not calling sin for what it is and speaking the truth to them in love about their problem?
#5: What are some of the critical problem areas in the church’s relationship to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community?
#6: Arguments are made that gay activism is threatening freedom of speech, freedom of religion and religious liberties in general. How do you respond to this statements?
#7: Have you seen many individuals from the evangelical community like yourself change their perspectives concerning homosexuality as a sin? How have they come to that new understanding and are you seeing a shift within the conservative church?
As we all know, sometimes it takes a village.