This weekend my wife and I will be facilitating another session of Coming Out of the Dark in Quincy, MA. Shortly after the last time I did it and posted the above blog in an online group, I was labeled by a reader as a Prophet of the Wishy Washy Gospel. His comments gave me a lot to think about. Was he right? Am I wishy washy? Is my refusal to condemn what I do not fully understand and my openness to have my heart opened–broken if need be–to know more of God’s loving grace make me wishy washy? This was something I needed to reflect on and repent upon if necessary. And so I confronted it and made peace with my journey. Shortly thereafter, I was contacted by a former classmate to see if I could stand in for a cancellation at his church on World Communion Day. I prayed about it and said, “yes”. The above sermon is what emerged. I hope that your encounter with it stirs you to new thoughts even if those thoughts put you in disagreement with what I expressed, because at the end of the Day, believe that God is so loving that, even if we are never sitting beside each other, there is still room for each of us at the table of grace.