Tag Archive: same-sex marriage

Hidden assumptions in the gay rights debate

Some gays and their supporters are just awful. They’re lewd and crude, loud and proud, and totally intolerant. If one so much as suggests that the homosexual lifestyle is problematic, they’re in your… Continue reading

Christian commerce, conscience, and coercion

As I’ve been relaying my struggle to determine the godly decision regarding same-sex weddings at our party center (I’m now on part 3), I’ve imagined some of you thinking, what’s the big deal?… Continue reading

Exploring the rocky reefs

                    All aboard! 🙂 Thanks for joining me again on this potentially perilous passage to prudent professional policies and practices in a progressively prurient… Continue reading

Navigating Christian commerce in a secular society

If you consider yourself a gay rights supporter, I’d like to ask you a question: Do you or have you tried to understand what we Christian business owners struggle with regarding providing services… Continue reading

It takes a village? Only if we hand them over.

I find it ironic that those who are the most passionate about certain “rights” and freedoms…to marry someone of the same-sex, determine your own gender, take the life of your child in the… Continue reading

#loveisontheropes

There’s so much I want to say about the recent Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage, and so many emotions in me vying for my attention and their release…anger, sadness, hope, despair. Everything… Continue reading