As Christians in a world where homosexuality is an accepted lifestyle it is important to know how God calls us to respond. First it is important to realize that all sin is exactly the same. That means that the sins you commit in your life are not less or more horrible than anyone else’s. We need to adopt, as Christians, God’s scale for sin instead of our ‘compare myself to my neighbor’ scale for sin. When it comes to the sin of homosexuality it is vital to remember this piece of information.
The second thing as Christians we need to be aware of is that though we are called to hold other Christians accountable for their wrongdoing it is God’s job to judge and to deal with, as He sees fit, those who do not call upon His name (Matthew 7:1, Psalm 9:8, Acts 17:31, Hebrew 3:13). We have no right to condemn another human to hell. We do have the right to point out the sins of other Christians and attempt to lead people toward a path of repentance and reconciliation with God (2 Timothy 4:2, James 5:20).
Lastly God has commanded all of His children to love as He loves us (John 13:34). Therefore to truly follow Him we need to love others as they are (Romans 13:8). This leaves no room for any form of prejudicial hate towards anyone else (Romans 12:9).
Therefore, our response to homosexuality should hold true to the Word of God. We are to love, hold accountable and gently lead people to the forgiveness and newness in Christ.