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Believe Out Loud's 10 Most Popular Blogs Of 2014

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As we bring 2014 to a close, we are proud to present the 10 most popular blogs published at Believe Out Loud during 2014!

From examining the impact of spiritual abuse, to proclaiming that discrimination is not a Christian value, this list represents the many conversations that have happened across the LGBTQ Christian move movement as more and more Christians take a stand for LGBTQ equality.

Leave us a comment sharing your favorite LGBTQ Christian story this year! 

      1. Shamed: How Spiritual Abuse Contributed To My Son's Death
        by Julie Wood, Mother and Social Worker
      2. 10 Anti-LGBT Things You Can’t Do While Following Jesus
        by Rev. Mark Sandlin, Editor, The God Article
      3. The Lynchings Haven’t Stopped
        by Annanda Barclay, Board Member, More Light Presbyterians
      4. When 'Non-Denominational' Really Means 'Homophobic'
        by Chris Azzopardi, Editor, Q Syndicate
      5. How I Went From Rejecting My Gay Son To Loving Him Unconditionally
        by Liz Dyer, Blogger, Serendipitydodah
      6. Christianity Made Me Bisexual
        by Laura Berol, Writer
      7. Silent No More: Denouncing “Christian” Voices Of Hate
        by Marie Alford-Harkey, Deputy Director, Religious Institute
      8. A Trans Christian's Open Letter To The Southern Baptist Convention
        by Vivian Taylor, Executive Director, Integrity USA
      9. At Home In The House Of God
        by Eliel Cruz, President, Intercollegiate Adventist Gay-Straight Alliance Coalition
      10. My Christian College Censored My Alumni Update
        by Kathryn Brightbill, Law Student, University of Florida, Levin College of Law

Popularity ranked based on unique page views according to Believe Out Loud's website analytics. 

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