A writer and speaker advocating for change in how faith communities engage with LGBT people, Mathias Roberts hosts podcasts from a wide variety of speakers on topics of faith and belief.
A memoir about coming to terms with being gay and Christian. Start from the beginning if you can, but if you have time for only one episode, make it #29, Lifeboats.
“Generous Orthodoxy” is the story of Chester Wenger, a 98-year-old Mennonite minister who lost his pastorate when he performed a marriage for his gay son. Wenger offers all of us a master class in the art of dissent.
Christian author Jen Hatmaker and her gay daughter talk about growing up Christian and gay, the faith struggle Sydney experienced, and where they are now as a family.
Glennon Doyle Melton's podcast on wrestling with faith issues, church vs God, and her response to the statement “I disagree with your lifestyle, but I love you anyway.”