"Confusingly, I found myself, just when all my friends were beginning to notice girls and become interested in dating, having longings to be in that kind of relationship with a member of my own sex."
"As I discovered more about Christianity's historic teaching, I found myself convinced of the position which the church has held with almost total unanimity throughout the ages—that although many people find themselves, through no fault of their own, to have sexual desires for members of their own sex, this is not something to be affirmed and celebrated but is, rather, a sign that we are broken, in need of redemption and re-creation. Gay people are not uniquely broken—that's a position we share with every other human who has ever lived, or will live—but we are, nonetheless, broken. And following Jesus means turning our backs on a life of sexual sin, just as it does for every other Christian."
"If you're someone living with homosexual feelings, Jesus' message to you… is not primarily a no to your deepest hunger. I do believe that discipleship to him entails giving up gay sex and gay relationships. And that may be more painful than you can imagine right now…. But, ultimately, Jesus is offering you the kingdom. He is offering you eternal life. He is offering you Himself in the gospel. Sacrificing your sexual freedom… may seem like a high price to pay—and it is a high price to pay!—but He promises you a joy so stunningly great that if you felt the full weight of it now, you would literally come undone."The author is Wesley Hill, a PhD in the United Kingdom and author of "Washed and Waiting: Reﬂections on Christian Faithfulness and Homosexuality."
Here's the full article: http://www.ransomfellowship.org/publications/critique2011-3.pdf