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LGBT+ Teen Suicide: Why Talking About it Helps

LGBT+ Teen Suicide: Why Talking About it Helps

If a teen is not met with ongoing conversation in the days after coming out, their suicide risk is nearly identical to a teen who’s blatantly rejected by their family. Take initiative to keep open conversation on gender, sexuality, and suicide.

Hate Crimes Against LGBT+ People Continue to Increase

Hate Crimes Against LGBT+ People Continue to Increase

According to a new study released by the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, hate crimes have risen in the last year.

Training Scheduled in Seattle, WA

Training Scheduled in Seattle, WA

Are you a decision-making leader at a Christian church, ministry, or school in the Pacific Northwest? Now is the time to schedule your training!

Speaking in St. Louis, MO

Speaking in St. Louis, MO

Lead Them Home will be in St. Louis, Missouri, in early November for private speaking engagement. Posture Shift is the North American Church’s most trusted training seminar on biblically sound LGBT+ inclusion and care. Learn more at postureshift.com. Posture Shift:...

New Study: One Accepting Adult Can Save the Life of an LGBT+ Youth

New Study: One Accepting Adult Can Save the Life of an LGBT+ Youth

Acceptance can make a major difference in the life of any teen going through a crisis. A new report from the Trevor Project shows that just one accepting adult can reduce the risk of a suicide attempt by 40 percent. This study shows that any supportive adult, even outside the youth’s family, can have a beneficial impact on this demographic.

Book Review: Costly Obedience by Mark Yarhouse

Book Review: Costly Obedience by Mark Yarhouse

LGBT+ outreach and inclusion has been a major challenge for the Christian church as a whole. Whether interacting with LGBT+ members and youth who grow up in church and then come out or LGBT+ individuals outside the church, the church has struggled with its posture. A...

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