This chapter of Messy Grace is all about loving people and sharing with them how much God loves them. I cringe when I read this book. Honestly. It is making me think and walk a fine line that feels like a tightrope.
Today though, as I made it through about two-thirds of the chapter, I realized that Caleb (at least, so far) isn’t trying to convert the LGBTQ community. He just wants everyone to know that there is a God who loves us – as individuals, you know, who we are. The book could be written about any group of people Christians don’t agree with and I like that. It’s a message of simply loving those we come into contact with.
Now that is a message I can get behind!