On God’s Campus: Bridging the gap between faith and the LGBT community



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Ready To Help LGBTQ Students At Christian Colleges Know They Are Not Alone? 

Isolation is the most significant problem LGBTQ and allied students face at conservative Christian colleges. On God’s Campus (OGC) is a video-based education campaign and book project designed to end this isolation by sharing the personal stories of over 100 LGBTQ and allied students, alumni and faculty members from more than 25 conservative Christian colleges. 

You can donate to the campaign via Indiegogo


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Over 500,000 students attend more than 150 Christian colleges that discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. LGBTQ students and allies at these institutions face social isolation and a constant flow of negative messages concerning their identities. And yet, over the last few years, students and alumni are coming out of the closet in record numbers and are challenging their institutions.

On God’s Campus (OGC) is an education campaign featuring the voices of these students and alumni. Its goal is to foster Christian campus communities that embrace their LGBTQ brothers and sisters. Each week, OGC will feature a new video of a current student, alumni, or faculty member from one of these institutions who will share their firsthand experiences and answer questions like: Why would an LGBTQ person attend (or stay at) a Christian college? How can someone be gay and a Christian? What can local churches do to help LGBTQ students on these campuses? 

If you have a story to share with OGC, please email us at and include your name, the college you are attending or attended (even if you did not graduate), the years you were there and a little bit about your story. We would love to connect with you and share your story. 

If you support this campaign, please share our Indiegogo page with your family and friends. Thank you!


Today is the Transgender Day of Remembrance.


Today is the Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day observed internationally to pay tribute to trans* people whose lives were lost due to bigotry and intolerance. 

Even as society slowly becomes more LGBT-friendly, violence and discrimination against transgender people is still absurdly high. For example, according to a survey by the National Center for Transgender Equality, of gender-variant people in K-12 schools, 35% experienced physical assault and 12% experienced sexual violence. 

At the link above, you’ll find listings of TDOR events in a variety of countries. Consider checking them out if there’s one near you, or you can hold your own event

As I’ve said before, I’m not trans*, so I’m not the person to go to for trans* issues. Transgender followers: what does today mean to you? What will you be doing today?

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On God's Campus: Voices From the Queer Underground

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I thought I had gotten a ticket, but someone left this on my windshield at my college campus today … Thank you random stranger! It is nice to see we stand together! ♥

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