An LGBT activist is creating a new Bible app targeting “progressive” Christians who often feel marginalized by church and biblical traditions. “At its core, the holy text was written to be inclusive of all of God’s creation especially those on the margins. With all of the traditional versions of the Bible, Our Bible App will include translations that refer to God in gender-neutral terms, and a library of progressive devotionals and other resources,” founder Crystal Cheatham says on the

crowdfunding page. PBS reports the app will include 20 Bible translations and more than 300 devotional readings, meditation exercises, articles and podcasts for LGBTQ Christians and other progressive believers. “It’s the place where a transgender teen can find affirming Bible texts,” according to the Indiegogo campaign. “It’s the place where your church will watch and then chat about a sermon, it’s where you’ll find new books and organizations that you care about. It’s an app but it’s also a movement. READ MORE