Matthias Roberts

Matthias Roberts is a graduate student at The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and an aspiring theologian. He is passionate about people and the ways they fit together to form culture, especially LGBTQ issues and the church. He blogs about faith and sexuality at

Stories by Matthias Roberts

Stop Comparing Your Lust to My Sexual Orientation

Admitting that I’m gay doesn’t mean I’m embracing sin. It means I’m being honest.

(Don’t) Come As You Are

We must stop telling LGBT youth they’re inherently unworthy of intimate relationship.

How to Respond When a Loved One Comes Out

Five tips for engaging in those conversations that catch us off guard.

5 Things I Wish Everyone in Church Knew About Gay Christians

A young gay Christian on how he wishes to be seen by his fellow believers.

When Saying “I’m Gay” Means Walking in the Light

When I admitted my gay identity, I was finally able to stop worshipping sexuality — and was better able to worship God.