Resources

Free ministry resources from JesusGlue Ministries and organizations I partner with.

Always God's Children: An LGBTQ+ Spirituality Ministry
  • Always God's Children: An LGBTQ+ Spirituality Ministry

Always God's Children: An LGBTQ+ Spirituality Ministry

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This free download includes a PDF and DOCX of "Always God's Children," a meeting template for establishing a safe environment where LGBTQ+ Catholics, their families, friends, and allies can find kinship. Having a sense of belonging is difficult for LGBTQ+ people of faith and their loved ones. As a Catholic DADvocate of two LGBTQ+ children, I

This free download includes a PDF and DOCX of "Always God's Children," a meeting template for establishing a safe environment where LGBTQ+ Catholics, their families, friends, and allies can find kinship. Having a sense of belonging is difficult for LGBTQ+ people of faith and their loved ones. As a Catholic DADvocate of two LGBTQ+ children, I created this template with the help of my wife, Mary, based on feedback from LGBTQ+ Catholics and our experience journeying with LGBTQ+ people. The name, "Always God's Children," is derived from the USCCB Statement "Always Our Children,” considered one of the more compassionate statements from the Catholic Church with regard to LGBTQ+ people and their families. We affirm that all of us are "Always God's Children.”

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Reflection: Lighting the Way
  • Reflection: Lighting the Way

Reflection: Lighting the Way

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A hunger awareness reflection created by Catholic Relief Services utilizing my song, "Tune of Ignorance." Through music, reflection, and journaling participants will connect their own lives with the lives of our brothers and sisters in need around the world. They will identify how they can each “light the way” for a world that is often darkened by

A hunger awareness reflection created by Catholic Relief Services utilizing my song, "Tune of Ignorance." Through music, reflection, and journaling participants will connect their own lives with the lives of our brothers and sisters in need around the world. They will identify how they can each “light the way” for a world that is often darkened by ignorance.

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