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It numbers about 5,000 congregations and 1 million adherents.) Support for same-sex marriage continues to edge up among Christians each year, though white mainline Protestants and Catholics, most of whom are in favor, remain more than twice as likely to endorse the practice as white evangelicals, according to a Pew Research Center report.Although Melton regularly speaks at Christian events and churches, her new partner is less outspoken about her faith.The kids call her an M&M because she looks tough on the outside but inside she's really mushy and sweet. I learn from her everyday about the woman I want to become. To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads.During a personable Oprah Winfrey Network interview in September, Oprah called Melton a "breath of fresh air." Gilbert and Melton met for the first time last fall, but Melton has long admired and been inspired by Gilbert."For the past decade she has been a minister to me," she said.She said her ex-husband supports her relationship with Wambach and that they make "beautiful, modern family" together: "They're lucky kids, to be surrounded by so much love. Both Melton and Gilbert, who had not openly been in lesbian relationships before, first shared their news on Facebook, discussed the importance of living their truth and referred to their new partners as "my person." The similarities reflect what fans immediately notice: Both women value transparency and share an open-life-memoir writing style.
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On her blog, Melton championed her United Church of Christ (UCC) congregation in Naples, Fla.
(The UCC is a mainline denomination that advocated for and affirms same-sex marriage.