Coming out of the closet in the Christian music world is no easy task. Being gay is considered a sin to many religious people, so the backlash could be harsh whether coming out to family or the entire Christian music world. But despite the fear they may face, some of these artists had the courage to speak up in support of the LGBT community, whether by coming out or becoming an open advocate. Here are the top five religious singers and musicians that took the rainbow plunge. Singer and songwriter Knapp revealed her sexuality in an interview with Christianity Today back in April
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There really are more important things to focus journalistic efforts on. To each their own however Like the middle class continuing to be bled dry by corporations and generational welfare folks alike. Like the continuing threat that is ISIS. Like many other things that impact a greater percentage of average Americans. Gay people vote too and you should hear some of the rhetoric coming from the "Right," especially from some Republican candidates.
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Australian bargain hunters are in a frenzy over the Reject Shop's latest sale which sees all ex-Christmas merchandise slashed to as little as 50c. According to a post on Facebook all the stock must go, and the sale is Australia wide. While each store will have different items on offer the poster said it is worth price checking anything with a sale tag as it may be just 50c. Australian bargain hunters are in a frenzy over the Reject Shop's latest sale which sees all ex-Christmas merchandise slashed to just 50c.
By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline. From snoring to sleep walking, many of us do rather unusual things while we're asleep. Now, a new study has revealed that some 'lucid dreamers' can answer questions and even do maths while they're snoozing. Lucid dreams are when people experience a state of heightened awareness during sleep that allows them to recognise the dream and control what happens within it. Researchers in the US asked lucid dreamers maths problems, such as 'what's eight minus six', and yes-no questions, like 'do you speak Spanish?