⁑ Someone to Talk to by Carrol Grady

Someone to Talk To - No one else understands how the parent of a gay son or daughter feels, quite like another parent who has gone through a similar experience. That is why realizing that you are not alone, and finding a safe place to share means so much. 


⁑ Strong Family Alliance — (website)

Strong Family Alliance Strong Family Alliance is an organization with a simple mission – to save lives and preserve families by helping children come out and parents become informed supporters and allies.

⁑ Guiding Families of LGBT+ Loved Ones: Adventist Edition  — (website)

The Guiding Families booklet serves to help improve church members' ability to demonstrate the love of Jesus to those in our Adventist homes, churches, or schools who are of another orientation and/or identity. It introduces the reader to a glossary of terms used to identify the various groups in the LGBT+ community and includes guidance on developing a care plan built on trust, common answers to tough questions, biblically-based examples of how to pray in faith and trust in God, and why it is important to remain faithful to the Bible.

This booklet is supported by the NAD and is freely available through Advent Source. Although the guide, stops short of full acceptance of the LGBT+ community, and the final page re-iterates the official statement from the SDA church, Kinship feels that this Adventist approved booklet is a major leap forward and useful resource for enhancing communication and discussion around LGBT+ issues and the church.

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⁑ REFUGE — (website)

is a web application that seeks to provide safe restroom access for transgender, intersex, and gender nonconforming individuals.


⁑ Bisexual Resource Center — (website)

The Bisexual Resource Center is the oldest national bi organization in the U.S. that advocates for bisexual visibility and raises awareness about bisexuality throughout the LGBT and straight communities.