Gay Christian Europe - website launched

I got a comment on an old blog, and thus learned about a new website called Gay Christian Europe. It describes itself as follows:
The Gay Christian Europe ministry was born out of a need for a space with a European feel, and to reach out to LGBT Christians in Europe in their own language.
We support gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender Christians all over Europe in a safe and caring environment. Our aim is to support each person in their own personal journey, whatever their denomination and whether they feel called to celibacy or beleive that God Blesses same sex relationships, and to welcome those who are drawn to Christianity.
We also aim to connect LGBT Christians in all European countries with groups, welcoming churches and resources local to them, as well to build both an online and in person community.
The website exists in a multitude of European languages: Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, and Ukrainian; that's 23 languages, if I'm not mistaken. But there are more languages in Europe (notably one of the largest, Russian, is missing), and many of the 23 listed are not complete. Translation help is therefore constantly needed - please volunteer!
Through the website, you can find books (e.g. in English or Finnish, but not yet in Swedish) or other resources for LGBT Christians (general, UK, Russia, Sweden, Finland and more; my blog Hbt-bibeln is still missing). There are a few testimonies from LGBT Christians in a few languages. The section listing gay friendly churches in different countries is, through sad necessity, pass word protected.
Please visit the website Gay Christian Europe and contribute, if at all possible!

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