Lessons I Learned Writing “Wheaton’s Gay, Celibate Christian”

Tweet PART ONE OF A TWO-PART SERIES: Last week, WORLD Magazine published an article of mine that was one of the most difficult articles I’ve ever written. It concerned Wheaton College’s hire of Julie Rodgers, a 28-year-old “gay, celibate Christian,” to work as a ministry associate in its Chaplain’s Office. Julie, by all accounts, is

Wheaton’s ‘gay celibate Christian’ – WORLD Magazine feature by Julie Roys

An article I wrote for WORLD just posted to its website. It concerns a “gay, celibate Christian” hired by Wheaton College to provide spiritual care for students, including those in Refuge, a community group for students with same-sex attraction. Her views are raising red flags for some Wheaton friends and supporters. Read WORLD article here