Homosexual Orientation, Attraction, Identity, and Practice: A Pastoral Approach

Homosexual Orientation, Attraction, Identity, and Practice: A Pastoral Approach

This reflection paper was triggered by some incidents whose mentioning would help to clarify the context of this writing. A church member came to my office for some information. While he waited, I was caught off-guard when he queried, “Pastor, have you heard that Andrews University has publicly endorsed homosexuality?” Instinctively I dismissed his

Oh, No! She’s Coming!

Oh, No! She’s Coming!

When I was a kid growing up in Florida, I remember the shock of being told that my grandmother was coming to visit from Puerto Rico. The sickening feelings I had in the pit of my stomach were akin to having a stomach flu, taking a test unprepared, or the worst of the worst: turning on the TV only to find out that the President was on . . . on all T