April 7, 2017 - For decades the evangelical church has struggled to deal with the reality of same-sex relationships, attraction and disagreement within their congregations.
Along with women's role in leadership, sexuality has become the issue in danger of defining the western Church's identity. And it shows little sign of being conveniently swept under the carpet.
Until now the conservative wing of Christianity has struggled sometimes to offer answers that do not cause offence and further estrangement.
It is to Spring Harvest's credit they are not shying away from these issues. The evangelical conference in Minehead on the Somerset coast, is themed 'One for all', and is trying to promote Church unity while admitting there are deeply opposing views.
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