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Ed Ness is the Communications Director for The Evangelical Network, providing a voice to LGBT evangelicals. He is a veteran broadcaster having worked as a radio news reporter, anchor, and news director. In television he was the assignment editor for an ABC affiliate in Illinois. Ed has been interviewed on radio stations in San Francisco, Boston, Los Angeles, Seattle and Sacramento dicussing faith and sexual orientation. The San Francisco Bay Times and the Bay Area Reporter newspapers have published Ed's articles on LGBT youth empowerment, and adoption by same sex couples. During the spring of 1993 Ed earned his B.A. in Radio & Television from Southern Illinois University and in 2012 he was licensed through the Christ Evangelical Bible Institute to faciliate seminars on homosexuality, gender diversity, and the Bible.  

Recent Posts

Dec 04, 2013

Rejection, shame, and loneliness are common feelings many of us in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community have experienced, especially after coming out. These are feelings we have encountered from people’s reactions in our churches, families, and circles of friends. What would be the opposite? The tangible answer is Parents, Families, & Friends of Lesbians And Gays (PFLAG), and the result is love, love, love.

Jun 20, 2013

Do you know what the word “evangelical” means? Contrary to what many believe, it has nothing to do with judgment or dogma. The term stems from the Greek word eugangelion, meaning "gospel," or the good news of Jesus and the redemption he brings to the world.

Dave Ferrell is a tall white haired Texan. He is a life-long Pentecostal, and he has a gay son.

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