Guided by Faith and Love in a LGBTQIA+ Life
With Rebekah Chilcote.
Rebekah Chilcote has always believed she is a child of God.
Her faith led her to provide art therapy for Zimbabwean children dying of AIDS. Faith continued to carry her as she provided art therapy for other children living in desperate circumstances. She has also worked with homeless children in Cleveland, children in the West Bank living through poverty, war, and trauma, and children at the end of life in Uganda. Her faith carried her as time and again she was witness to so much suffering. But the most serious challenge to Rebekah’s faith came when she realized she is gay and that she had to reconcile her faith and her sexuality to have a full, authentic life.
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