Tamára Lunardo

Author & Editor

Christian Archive

Monday

14

September 2015

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LGBTQ & Christian — What Would You Like to Know?

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I have the honor of being the guest this week in a private Facebook group of hundreds of Christian parents of LGBTQ kids, led by Liz at Serendipitydodah. They’re asking really hard, really good questions about faith, fear, and everything in between. If I get permission, I’ll share some of them with my responses here at the end of the week. In the meantime, what questions would you like to see addressed for parents or other allies of LGBTQ people?

Wednesday

15

July 2015

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Sunday

28

June 2015

11

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Wednesday

15

April 2015

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Tuesday

14

April 2015

9

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Friday

3

April 2015

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Good Friday Thoughts on RFRA

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I can’t write a thoughtful, helpful blog post about how thoroughly fucked it feels to live in a country where legislation is passed with the express purpose of keeping “your kind” out—and so done in the name of the very faith you hold dear. So instead I will tell you a story.

Wednesday

10

December 2014

9

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Thursday

9

October 2014

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You Are Whole

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Of all the people I had to come out to, the most difficult one was me. Can you imagine how it feels to not know the truth about your own self? Let me tell you: There is no fear so terrible as not knowing the person who is your own soul. But Jesus knew. And he was so good to me about it, because of course he was. I’d love to share this piece of my journey with you today at A Deeper Story.

Thursday

10

March 2011

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Lent is for Losing Weight

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In the days leading up to Ash Wednesday, I considered what I might give up to better open my heart to God. I rolled around ideas from Lenten seasons past, and one made me smile at its memory: A few years ago, I gave up sweets for the  full 40 days. I kept my fast religiously– I even refused the small mint offered at a restaurant. And I knew that the idea of the whole thing was to turn toward God hungry, but also– and mostly– I wanted to lose a little weight. As I thought about what I might […]

Tuesday

2

November 2010

9

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The Marriage of Church and State: Part 2, The State

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I wish I were only kidding, but honest to God, there are campaign signs posted around my town that say, “R U Fed Up Yet?” That a person running for political office would approve a sign bearing text messaging lingo is so alarming to me, I can only respond, “WTF.” And you would think– you would sincerely hope– that that would be the worst of it, but if you’ve been paying any attention at all this election season, you know it actually gets worse. We’ve all seen the mud-slung ads; we’ve all been besieged by imploring phone calls. But to […]

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