A Christian group shows up to a Chicago Gay Pride parade holding apologetic signs including "I'm sorry for how the church treated you". Faith in Humanity.

A Christian group shows up to a Chicago Gay Pride parade holding apologetic signs including "I'm sorry for how the church treated you". Faith in Humanity.

32 Gay Pride Pictures Everyone Should See. :D YAY! I'm def a straight woman with gay pride!

32 Gay Pride Pictures Everyone Should See. :D YAY! I'm def a straight woman with gay pride!

This picture of Chicago Christians showed up at a gay pride parade to apologize for homophobia in the Church.  This picture, (and the following three), are from an article written by Jack Shepherd, BuzzFeed Staff, titled '21 Pictures That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity.'

This picture of Chicago Christians showed up at a gay pride parade to apologize for homophobia in the Church. This picture, (and the following three), are from an article written by Jack Shepherd, BuzzFeed Staff, titled '21 Pictures That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity.'

Hmm...to all you haters out there. Some people need to understand that:  1.) You can't "pray the gay away."  2.) You can't control one's feelings and/or actions.  3.) LOVE IS LOVE. THERE'S NO IF, ANDS, OR BUTS.

Hmm...to all you haters out there. Some people need to understand that: 1.) You can't "pray the gay away." 2.) You can't control one's feelings and/or actions. 3.) LOVE IS LOVE. THERE'S NO IF, ANDS, OR BUTS.

Katie, is a 22 year old from Tennessee who is now living in Uganda as a foster mother to 13 beautiful little girls. Her story is amazing and her blog is so incredibly inspiring.  I am typically not one to be interested in religious causes and especially not causes outside of the US but I cannot help but be drawn back to this story. Most people know I strongly support causes helping children in the US. Not because this is where I am from, but because there is so much hurt, pain, and suffering…

Katie, is a 22 year old from Tennessee who is now living in Uganda as a foster mother to 13 beautiful little girls. Her story is amazing and her blog is so incredibly inspiring. I am typically not one to be interested in religious causes and especially not causes outside of the US but I cannot help but be drawn back to this story. Most people know I strongly support causes helping children in the US. Not because this is where I am from, but because there is so much hurt, pain, and suffering…

The Rescuing Hug - Babies Kyrie and Brielle born Oct 17,1995 at Massachusetts Memorial Hospital in Worchester, MA

The Rescuing Hug - Babies Kyrie and Brielle born Oct 17,1995 at Massachusetts Memorial Hospital in Worchester, MA

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