Resource Toolkit for LGBTQ+ Christian Teens

Written by LGBTQ+ youth ministers and church leaders and awesome youth advisors, this Toolkit covers major topics a young person might encounter while learning about their sexual and/or gender identity. This is a great resource for any LGBTQ+ teen but especially for those who are new on their journey.

This article/guide might be a good starting place for your congregation to open discussion on ways of understanding and supporting trans people in your church and community. Guided by scripture, this three-part guide, provides an opportunity for a church to evaluate priorities and welcome of all people. 

This book will be useful for teachers, counselors, social workers, nurses, medical technicians, and college professors, as well as parents who want to be supportive of their LGBTQ+ child, but don’t know how. This is not a book about why to be an ally. This is a book about how to be an ally. The goal of The Savvy Ally is to create more confident, active allies who are effective advocates for change. This informative, entertaining, and supportive guidebook will surely jump-start even the most tentative ally. 

Q Christian has designed and edited their latest Relational Guide for Allies with the purpose of educating, equipping, and empowering aspiring LGBTQ+ allies to be advocates on behalf of the community. Featuring Amy Hayes, this thorough resource offers theological, spiritual, and relational wisdom and advice from someone who has navigated this journey.

Educating oneself communicates a desire to understand, connect, and better be an ally. This shorter list of terms might be a good place to review important terms and language.

Churches in America are experiencing an unprecedented fracturing due to their belief and attitude toward the LGBTQ community. Armed with only six passages in the Bible–often known as the clobber passages–the traditional Christian position has been one that stands against the full inclusion of our LGBTQ brothers and sisters.