We are happy to provide the following links to other Evangelical groups who exist to support LGBT Christians. The views expressed in these sites do not necessarily represent the views of Accepting Evangelicals.
Evangelical Fellowship for Lesbian and Gay Christians is a group of women and men, most of whom are lesbian, gay or bisexual and come from an evangelical Christian background.
Courage is for gay and lesbian Christians who are seeking a safe place of friendship in which to reconcile their faith and sexuality and grow towards Christian maturity.
Reluctant Journey Site of George Hopper, the author of the book “Reluctant Journey”. It explains the biblical texts, in their proper context, that are used against Lesbian and Gay people. The author is a straight evangelical Methodist lay preacher.
Affirming Baptists A network of Baptists which seeks to be supportive to lesbians and gay men and those with concerns about their sexuality within the church.
Evangelicals Concerned is a national network of gay and lesbian evangelical Christians and friends in the USA.
Gay Christian 101 is an American based group for gay evangelical Christians. “We are authentic Bible-believers, swimming against the tide of Bible rejecting theological liberalism, upholding the truth of God’s inerrant, infallible word”.
Living It Out The web site for the book by AE members Rachel & Sarah Hagger-Holt - A survival guide for lesbian, gay and bisexual Christians and their friends, families and churches. # 1 bestseller in Lesbian & Gay Biography (Amazon UK, April 2010).
Freedom 2 Be is a place to help gay people from Christian backgrounds reconcile their faith and sexuality. It was founded in Australia by former Assemblies of God Minister and member of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelism, Anthony Venn-Brown. Freedom2Be is particularly aimed at those from Evangelical and Pentecostal backgrounds.
The LGBT Anglican Coalition is an umbrella group to provide UK based Christian LGBT organisations with opportunities to create resources for the Anglican community and to develop a shared voice for the full acceptance of LGBT people in the Anglican Communion. Accepting Evangelicals is a member of this group.