100% GRACE.

100% TRUTH.

NO COMPROMISE.

100% GRACE.

100% TRUTH.

NO COMPROMISE.

100% GRACE.

100% TRUTH.

NO COMPROMISE.

100% GRACE.

100% TRUTH.

NO COMPROMISE.

OUR PURPOSE

Where Grace Abounds (WGA) exists to guide and support men and women who seek to understand sexuality and relationship, and to inspire all people to know and personally appropriate God’s plan for their sexuality and relationships.

FOCUS

WGA was born out of the need to fill the vacuum created between blanket acceptance and approval of sexual behavior of any kind and total condemnation of the sexual sinner as worse than any other.

COMMITMENT

WGA is committed to reaching out in the love of Jesus Christ without condemnation, yet without compromising the Word of God.

APPROACH

WGA makes a distinction between sexual feelings and behavior. People do not choose their feelings (including sexual orientation), but they do choose what they do with those feelings (behavior).

ReSOULutions Series

An introductory program comprised of 4 topical modules addressing the need for understanding, ongoing resolution and healing of certain issues around sexuality and relationships within the context of our relationship with God.

RECENT ARTICLES

Pride Month and  Our Searching God

Pride Month and Our Searching God

Pride Back in the Day Pride 1985. I was excited because it would be my very first one having just recently “come out”. My friends and I watched the parade that Sunday morning and ended up down by the Capitol, close to downtown Denver. Then the speeches began. After...

Students and Labels

Students and Labels

As a student pastor, there’s a continuum of things you experience if you’re in their (students’) lives long enough. From seeing them eat baby food out of a diaper, to watching them on a stage or field. Then, there are those rarer moments, sitting with them on the...

My Journey with Identity Labels

My Journey with Identity Labels

We have spent the past few articles talking about WGA and its place within conversations about sexuality and faith, in particular the use of identity labels and the like (see Scott and Mary’s recent blogs). I wanted to offer some of my musings and personal journey...