A devoted gay christian matchmaking

Justin R. Cannon, founder of TruthSetsFree.net, announced this past
October the launch of www.GayHarmony.net.  The siteʼs introduction
to the web marks it as the Internetʼs only devoted gay Christian
matchmaking site. Cannon explains,
“Most GLBTQ Christians are excluded from joining Christian personals
sites, and gay and other personals sites arenʼt structured to meet their specific
needs. The growing gay Christian demographic deserves a welcoming
safe place tailored just for us.” GayHarmony.net emerged out of Cannonʼs
own recognition of the lack networking presence on the web for meeting
other gay Christians. GayHarmony.net is not just for those looking for a
life partner; but provides an opportunity to find friends or even a Bible
study partner. Cannon is currently offering users free unlimited-access
memberships for a limited time as GayHarmony.net grows its database.
Cannon launched an informational website earlier this year, under his
ministry TruthSetsFree.net. The website distributes his recently printed
study, “The Bible, Christianity, & Homosexuality,” which looks closely
at the six Bible ʻclobber passagesʼ often used to condemn gays. His
study reveals how misinterpretation of these passages has resulted in
the marginalization of gays in the Church. Cannonʼs efforts have been
featured in the prominent gay newsmagazine The Advocate, and an
editorial in the LA Times. He has been interviewed on The Michelangelo
Signorile Show on SIRIUS Satellite Radio, along with other radio shows,
and is a becoming a requested speaker at gay and gay Christian events.
GayHarmony.net is the Internetʼs only devoted gay Christians
matchmaking site and already boasts over 1000 active members.
Justin Cannon, 21 years old, spent 11 years of his young life in an
intentional Christian community in the inner city of Detroit.  Now he is
majoring in French with minors in both Religion and TESOL (Teaching
English to Speakers of Other Languages) at Earlham College.  Raised
in the Episcopal Church, later interest in Catholic, Orthodox, and
Quaker theologies have him led towards an ecumenical perspective that
recognizes a deep sense of unity among Christians that transcends the
walls of denominations.  After he graduates, he plans to attend seminary
at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley, California to pursue priesthood in the Episcopal Church.