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Reflections on Coming Out To My Pastor

About two years ago, I decided to come out to my pastor. He’s one of the most understanding, empathetic people I’ve encountered, and he added a reinvigorating breath of fresh air into our church. The congregation noted, but didn’t address, the need for a spiritual revitalization. After watching him interact with the families, single followers, and the elderly, I knew he was a man of God who understood his faults and used…

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Aspiring novelist and amateur poet and op-ed writer on gay/queer/GSM topics. CA —> MN —> ? Stick around if I haven’t bored you yet.

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Aspiring novelist and amateur poet and op-ed writer on gay/queer/GSM topics. CA —> MN —> ? Stick around if I haven’t bored you yet.

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