I recommend this documentary to anyone who would like to see the issue from an alternative angle. For parents with gay kids, for churches who haven't found their "position" on the subject yet, and for anyone who's willing to take a serious and discerning look at the issue.
As for me... I guess I'm still sorting through the issues surrounding homosexuality. I'm as concerned about "rights" and justice as I am about finding unity in the church--the kind of unity that is truly centered on Christ. I want to know how we can move "forward" without creating more alienation and disunity. The church is my primary concern--the Body of Christ and the community of love--and thus I am forced to hold the whole thing in tension, perhaps as long as the church experiences tension. I feel I must find myself not on one side, fighting against the other, but standing in prayer in the very middle of the pain and struggle.