Sexuality

Where Grace Abounds

Mary Heathman came to Christ at the age of 27. She had dealt with sexual sin for years and through faith in Christ came to understand God’s plan for her as a woman. Ten years later, when her stepson came to her and told her he was gay, she turned to the Lord for guidance. She started Where Grace Abounds, a ministry to help those struggling with same-sex attractions and their families. Where Grace Abounds now has 6 staff members and reaches hundreds of people in Denver. Some of the staff sat down to talk with CitizenLink.  Read more

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A federal appeals court will hear a case on Thursday regarding the constitutionality of Utah’s marriage amendment. The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver will hear arguments Thursday involving the language that defines marriage as the union of one man and one woman.  Read more

Teens across the country will take part in the Day of Dialogue on Thursday. The student-led event encourages young people to enter the conversation about controversial, but important, subjects already being discussed among their peers and promoted in their schools. Focus on the Family sponsors the event.  Read more

CitizenLink is proud to work with Alaska Family Action and other family policy organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Learn more about the one in your state.  Read more

Abstinence Education Analysis

Both chambers of Congress have approved legislation that would fund the nation’s largest abstinence education program — the same one President Obama tried to stop.  Read more

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World Vision today reversed its decision — made earlier this week — to hire Christians in same-sex marriages. The relief agency called its recent policy change “a mistake.”  Read more

Christians running for office can get a head-start on fine-tuning their campaign by attending CitizenLink Campaign Academy.  Read more

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Caution: Mature subject matter: Not appropriate for children and teens.  Read more

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A Washington state committee chose not to vote Friday on a bill that would have prohibited minors from receiving counseling for unwanted same-sex attractions.  Read more

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