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Allow LGBT Community to Find God's Match for Them!

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I'm a straight Christian, and I am so sick of people using my faith as an excuse for discrimination. Christianity is supposed to be about loving your neighbors and treating all people as brothers and sisters. 

Here's the worst part: the company that owns ChristianMingle.com isn't even Christian. The company is called Spark Network, and it owns many dating sites, including JDate.com, a dating site for Jewish people that DOES allow gay people! 

I think it's disgusting that the Spark Network is using ChristianMingle.com to promote a hateful image of Christians and discriminate against gay people. 

I'm a member of a United Methodist Church, and there are a lot of amazing gay Christians in my congregation. By excluding anyone who is not straight from joining their website, ChristianMingle.com is ignoring the fundamental teachings of love and grace, therefore misrepresenting my religion.

If the people who owned ChristianMingle.com were truly homophobic, I could see where it would be hard to change their minds. But clearly, that's not the case, since they own other websites where gay people are allowed to join. I know that if enough people sign my petition, we can convince them to make their website more inclusive -- not to mention more Christian.

 

This petition was delivered to:
  • 2012-13 Advisory Board
    Jenni Catron
  • 2012-13 Advisory Board
    Dr. David Hawkins
  • 2012-13 Advisory Board
    Steve Komanapalli
  • 2012-13 Advisory Board
    Clayton Coates
  • 2012-13 Advisory Board
    Garry Poole
  • ChristianMingle.com
    ChristianMingle.com
  • Chief Information Officer, Spark Networks
    Greg Franchina
  • Chief Financial Officer, Spark Networks
    Brett Zane
  • Chief Executive Officer, President and Director, Spark Networks
    Greg Liberman
  • Spark Networks
  • 2012-13 Advisory Board
    Tre Reaume
  • General Counsel and Secretary, Spark Networks
    Josh Kreinberg


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