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Many of us who are LGBTIQ have grown up in religious traditions that have shamed us for our sexuality. We were caught in a bind between our sexuality and our spirituality. Whether we’ve stuck with those traditions or left them behind, there’s a lot we have to figure out. We face more obstacles than most straight people and have fewer institutional resources to draw on. How do we find our way?

My name is David. I support LGBTIQ persons as they find and follow a spiritual path that fits them. I would love to be a companion to you on your journey. I do not have a predetermined path for you to follow. Rather, my role is to walk beside you and help you discern, step by step, how to stay faithful to your inner voice of love and wisdom. Check out the info on spiritual companionship. If you identify as gay, you might take a look at my blog. And if it seems right to you, let’s set up a time to get acquainted.

I write mostly about the gay journey because that is my experience. I leave it to others to write about the other colors of the rainbow. At the same time, we have so much in common. I would love to be a companion on your journey, wherever you are on LGBTIQ spectrum.

 

“I had the privilege of being mentored by David as a younger evangelical in my teens when I was interning at the church he served. Years later, I was diagnosed with a severe mental illness and it wasn’t until I began professional psychiatric therapy that I realized how helpful David’s guidance had been in equipping me, both spiritually and emotionally, to navigate the murky waters between the spirit and the psyche. My spirituality has expanded and I have since reconnected with him and we speak regularly. I personally have found his spiritual companionship to be more helpful than the medical treatment I have received. Your story is safe with David; he cares, fiercely. I highly recommend bringing him into your own journey.”
~ Jonny C.