We need to save our kids. We can no longer afford to ignore the psychological, spiritual, emotional and mental abuse that the church inflicts on children when they teach that any of God’s children are less than, unworthy of love or unable to love in the way that God has designed them to love.

We have another big episode in-store for you today. Here’s what’s coming up…

Full show notes available at TLLoM.CA

I’m going to hit pause on my story for this episode to set the record straight around some of the questions that have been coming in.

(3:20) Light background questions

(6:34) Does my family accept me?

(7:10) Triggered in LA - why are you doing this?

(15:50) Offended by the term “gay Christian”

(17:22) Are you doing this just because you’re angry?

(18:53) What I think we should be angry about

(18:58) Queer youth suicide rates

Special thanks to TrevorProject.org

(20:33) Queer youth mental health and substance abuse

Special thanks to RTOR.org

(21:56) Unacceptable

(23:13) Someone needs to scream fire

(23:55) You are loved unconditionally

(25:51) Heaven is a place on earth

(27:54) Surprise update

(28:30) Homework assignment

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Special thanks to ChurchClarity.org for providing our homework questions

(32:09) What messages do we want to teach our children?

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This Little Light of Mine - LGBTQ, Christianity, religious trauma, mental health

This Little Light of Mine is an LGBTQ+ tale of terror (growing up as a closeted Gay Christian in the Evangelical church) that led to trauma (cPTSD, religious trauma, spiritual abuse, sexual abuse, addiction) to what I intend to become triumph.

Join me on my healing and recovery journey towards mental health, spiritual health and emotional health as I find my voice by sharing what happened in my life as a Queer Christian where I was taught that I was not allowed to love.