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We commit to being a Reconciling in Christ Congregation. As followers of Christ, who calls us to reconciliation and wholeness, we, the members of Lord of Life Lutheran Church, welcome all who are seeking God. Further, we welcome into membership all who have been baptized into Christ. Believing that all are one in Christ Jesus, and aware that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons have been excluded from membership in some congregations, we welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons, as well as those who may have been excluded because of other human distinctions, such as race, economic status, or gender. We thus affirm that this welcome includes all people.

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Amy had been in a nine-year lesbian relationship that had broken up, leaving her wondering why her deepest longings could never be satisfied. She and Rachel had just started hanging out when they decided to attend one Sunday morning and see how people would react to seeing lesbians in church. So we started coming to church weekly. I heard more and more about being his Masterpiece, and in time, I actually started to believe it. The more I believed God actually could see something of value in me, the more I trusted him. Over time, instead of worrying about how people would react to seeing lesbians in church, Amy slowly opened her heart and struggles to Christ. First, I found out my father had nine affairs while I was growing up—a secret that rocked my world.

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GLSEN Austin works to create safe schools for all, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity and expression. National School Climate Survey Report. Equality Texas works to secure full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Texans through political action, education, community organizing, and collaboration. Equality Texas Website.
Copy link to share with friends. By Daniel Malloy. In the darkest days, when her life was coming apart, Mary Wilson had a hard time turning to God.