In October of 2007, a group of members of the community came together for a planning session to chart the course and define an action plan for Easton Mountain. The participants included board members, residents and other members of Easton Mountain’s extended community.
Having left their faith community behind in Jerusalem, two men shared their journey together, walking side by side along the road. They walked with heavy hearts touched by much sadness and disappointment.
For over thirty years John J. McNeill was at the forefront of ministry for gay and lesbian Christians. In 1976, McNeill published The Church and the Homosexual which challenged the Church's prohibition of same-sex relationships.
OK, this started off as a plug for my upcoming retreat “Take A Breath,” and ended up being the day I realize I am about to step in to something new in my life – It’s scary as hell and I’m going to do it anyway because I long to live a life that is aligned with who I truly am –
I can remember the days where I walked around in constant fear but would never tell anyone. As I walked down the street, I was afraid that every man I passed knew I was gay and hated me for it. So how did I change my fear of straight men and create a more constructive pattern? I discovered Core Energetics at Easton Mountain and began working with ...