Where Two of Us Are Gathered (A poem for Pride Sunday)
There’s been a terrible amount of gay-Christian debate online since the Supreme Court’s decision for marriage equality. (Or, more succinctly, there’s been a terrible amount of gay-Christian debate.)
I am gay; I am Christian. In both cases, I’m here to love, not debate.
Where two of us are gathered
in The name,
Within us, between us, around us;
Grounds us, binds us, protects us
From the powers and principalities
Who claim the same name
To say God hates
That two of us are gathered.
Photo credit: Sarah & Ben Photography