Even if you hate horror movies as much as I do, there are some incredibly important lessons to be learned from Jordan Peele’s film “Get Out.”
A fun video I made about my travels to the Netherlands for the first time to promote the Dutch release of my book Torn.
Members of minority groups are sometimes told they shouldn’t identify as part of the minority, because their “identity should be only in Christ.” But is that really a Christian concept?
I’m often asked if bisexuals are incapable of monogamy, since they’re attracted to both sexes. Here’s how I answered a reader with that question.
A Christian university invited me to publicly explain, in ten minutes, why I disagree with their policy on LGBT students and same-sex relationships. Here’s the video of that speech and the Q&A that followed. (I’ve also included a transcript of my speech itself.)
A reader asks what I think a Christian perspective on being transgender should be. I think the answer is simple—even though the question is complicated.
I’ve dealt with more than my fair share of nasty, hurtful, and angry comments on the internet. Here’s how I’ve learned to respond to them.
My conservative Christian friends often say they are misunderstood: “I don’t hate gay people! I love them!” Okay, then. Show me that with your actions. Here’s how.
I wrote this piece when Frozen had just premiered in theaters. It quickly went viral and remains one of the most popular things I’ve ever written. These days, you might be sick of Frozen, but I think these are lessons worth remembering.
In my last post, I said that many churches are really bad at supporting single people. This was a shocking revelation to no one—well, no one single, anyway. Because when you’re a single person in a church full of couples and families… …after a while, you begin to feel… …a bit superfluous. And it’s a … Read more