“ …if we could more fully enfold our youth in our communities so that they felt profoundly loved and thoroughly supported, they might find it much less difficult to choose the values of the Christian community as their own, despite the pressures of their peers. ”
“ During that great battle about the ordination of women in the Episcopal Church, it interested me that people studied what the ordained ministry was all about more than they ever had before. There were some serious questions raised. Anything that will get people excited, stir them up, so that they can ask the question, “what is it that we are trying to bear witness to?” can be an occasion for laity to grasp their true calling. The questions are there, all around us, all the time. Will we take the responsibility and authority to pay attention to them? ”
I have a question - I'm a new episcopalian, but have been a low church Protestant since birth, basically. I'm in love with someone who is not a Christian, and have struggled with whether or not a romantic relationship is unbiblical. As a priest, what are your thoughts on the matter? Even your personal opinion would mean a lot.
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