We’ve developed this resource for parents and pastors who want to deepen their understanding and skills at their own pace. For just $250 you can gain one-year access to 16 content-rich videos + handouts and 14 challenging articles answering your biggest questions. Check out a sample below and see what parents and pastors are saying about this platform.

 

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Explore sexual identity development in teens and how that can inform our student ministry.


 
 

PRICING & ACCESS

Parents and pastors can get one-year access to this dynamic resource for just $250. This includes technical support from an EQUIP Team Member. Note: This content is not meant to be a replacement for in-person coaching from a trained expert. Email us at info@equipyourcommunity.org with any questions.

 
 

PARENTS & PASTORS SAY…

More than 50 parents and pastors have already used our self-guided content. 100% of parents surveyed said they gained deeper understanding using the platform. And 100% of pastors surveyed said they expanded their skills to minister using the platform.

The parent of a LGBT+ woman said this about our resource:

My husband and I watched the videos and read your articles. We often wonder what it would have been like if our church (and we as parents) had been better educated about what our daughter was going through in middle school and high school...how we wish she could have felt safe with us and in our church to talk to someone without fear and misunderstanding....to be parents and church members who had learned how to offer a listening ear and walk with her on her journey.

We simply didn't know how much we didn't know.

We really like the way you explain things and your easy-going manner. We truly believe there are many believers out there who wish they could learn these things and reach out in love to LGBT+ believers and unbelievers alike...developing deep friendships over time that are life-giving to all involved.

A pastor who learn from the platform said this:

Props for developing empathetic but also clear, challenging, and bold content.  This content continued to broaden my language, understanding, and knowledge in these areas.  It continued to strengthen my awareness of some of the deeper conversations within this topic.  I also feel more comfortable engaging some tough conversations thanks in large part to this content.

When asked whether they would recommend this resource to others, here’s what both pastors and parents said:

Yes, absolutely. This will be very helpful to have conversations. In a day and time where people are afraid to say the wrong thing, this helps to give clear answers in a compassionate platform.

Yes, because it's hard to find good content like this.

Yes. It is concise and easily accessible.

Definitely. This is well-thought-out, well-researched, and the personal stories had a powerful impact. This has been so well done and could provide more context to a topic where the church is all over the place. Anyone who seeks a deeper understanding of this topic and wants to know how to walk with people lovingly could benefit from this content. Plus, this never comes off as an argument that you've set out to win. This ALWAYS comes off as trying to equip pastors, leaders, and friends to love people well and walk with people well who may have questions or feel on the outside. It is a loving attempt to equip others to walk through something complex and difficult - to prevent pain, to initiate healing, to fight brokenness, and to lift up the marginalized.