We recognize only one Christianity, the gospel which calls all sinners to repentance, offers them forgiveness, spiritual life, and victory over sin in Christ, and empowers them to grow in holiness and conformity to Christ.
We believe that the local church, with its diversity of members who bring with them a diversity of gifts and strengths as well as a diversity of burdens, struggles, and battles with sin, led by trained and tested followers of Christ selected for maturity, wisdom, and holiness, is the essential and primary place for Christian fellowship, support, teaching, discipleship, encouragement, and care.
Revoice aims to supplement and assist the local church in its work by offering teaching and encouragement specifically related to the challenges faced by Christians who are attracted to their own sex, as well as opportunities for them to connect with others and be encouraged to know that they are not the only ones out there seeking to honor God with their obedience in the face of strong opposition from our culture.
Some of us use the phrase “gay Christian” or “same-sex-attracted Christian” to refer to a subset of people who share those two characteristics. Revoice’s mission, for example, is not primarily directed toward all same-sex attracted individuals, nor toward all Christians, but rather toward those who fall into both of those categories. No special sort of “gay Christian” identity is intended.