About Us and Contact Info

We are Tony and Jordan, two guys trying to figure out what it looks like to live a life of faithful obedience to Jesus while being totally attracted to men. Normally Christian faith + homosexuality results in bitter words, hatred, shame, and brokenness. But we think it shouldn’t be like that. We think Christianity offers something more beautiful and more fulfilling to the gay person than most people can believe, and we want to tell you about it.

We’d love to hear from you! Please email gaysubtlety@gmail.com (as neither of us check that email account anymore, if you want to get in contact please send your message to matthewfranklinjones(at)gmail(dot)com), and one of us should respond to you soon(ish) depending on our schedules and the amount of email we are receiving. We still have a lot to learn and work through, but we will do our best to answer thoughtfully and insightfully.

Tony is a Wheaton College graduate and is now a graduate student somewhere else. He loves hearing people’s stories. His passion is tangibly helping people and organizations be better. He loves the color green, the smell of rain, yoga, good books, intellectual conversations, analyzing things, surveys, coffee shops, and thai food.

Jordan is a Wheaton graduate, and consequently has a passion for social justice, academics, poetry, the Church, and being awesome. He also loves the color purple, musicals, nature, art, defying stereotypes, and self-aware irony.

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5 thoughts on “About Us and Contact Info

  1. I really enjoy your blog and it has really helped me as a Christian understand the gay community. I have a question though. What are your thoughts on the argument of the legalization of gay marriage due to basic civil rights? I’m not sure if you have addressed that already, sorry if you have!

  2. Some people are really concerned that you guys are simply rolling over so-to-speak and allowing yourselves to be tempted by SSA. They believe that if you see a sin in your life, you should be doing all in your power to stop it out of your love for God and others. I feel like this already clear, but for other out there, it might be helpful to do a post specifically explaining why you aren’t simply and contentedly “allowing sin” to exist in your life.

  3. This is a great blog. Thanks so much for your openness about your journey’s. Love reading/hearing God’s work in people. I’ll be linking my site to your blog for sure (we share many common things).

  4. Thank you so much. I’m not gay but I’ve been so blessed by the ministry of gay Christians like Christopher Yuan, and regular gay Christians like you. Stay strong!

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