Answering the hard and painful questions in a sexually confused world.
We live in a world with competing voices about what it means to love and to be loving. It's tough—if not impossible—to feel this tension. But what does it mean that Jesus was known for love? We want to be like Him—known for love—but that can quickly become confusing when feelings, family, and dear friends come into the picture. In Known for Love, pastor Casey Hough provides a biblical and theological framework for thinking through the hard situations we encounter with family and friends. Drawing from a well of faithful biblical scholars, Hough provides insights for everyday Christians living in a sexually broken world.
What did Jesus say, if anything, about homosexuality?
Should we refer to people as "gay" Christians?
Should Christians attend the wedding of a gay marriage?
Should I welcome my same sex attracted child and partner to my home?
How do I love my daughter who now believes she's my son?
Along with answering these important questions, Hough gives us a framework that helps us think through future scenarios that we will likely encounter.
Just reading through these questions can stir up a lot of emotions. But Casey brings us biblical news which is always good news. If you want to cultivate a heart for God and others that upholds truth, a heart that is marked by compassion and love, a heart that strengthens you and others in the gospel, you will welcome this essential and timely resource.
Known for Love gives us the wisdom and courage we need to live into these days with faithful and truly loving hearts.