It has not been an easy journey, and it includes rejection from the local church we were attending. But this is the path I have chosen in order to show Aiden that I will always love him and our family will never leave his side.
As the Reconciling movement benefits from the language, scholarship, activism, and allyship of the disabled community, I call on it to intentionally make space for, listen to, and respect its Autistic and otherwise-neurodivergent members in every part of the Church community, up to its leadership.
Please feel free to use this language or to adapt it for your use. Engage your Reconciling Church or Community to call in or write in with you!
Last week, as an open and unapologetic queer man, I sat unabashedly before the Vermillion River District Committee on Ordained Ministry.
Although these are painful decisions that prolong oppression, they were also the only right decisions to make.
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