Today I read your letter to the Red Deer Advocate for the first time.
I have to say, I was actually disappointed. I was expecting something completely different, especially given that you are a minister and you work with troubled kids.
Where is God in this letter? You say He stands with you, but the only person you quoted is Edmund Burke! Big deal that is!
Where's the call to true holiness? (And no, moral living is not the same as holiness. Anyone can be moral. Only the regenerate can be holy.) Freedom from sin in Christ? The pronouncement of grace? Scripture? As a minister, you ought to know well that a Christian's first line of defense is not mere words, but the Word! He has given us wisdom that no adversary can resist (Luke 21:15) and yet it does not appear anywhere in your letter.
The Christian's responsibility is to first preach the law which convicts of sin, and then preach the gospel, which is the grace offered us in Christ. You did not provide your readers with a spiritual context. You simply talked about an agenda. Many Christians like to talk about a homosexual agenda. What they neglect to mention is that, according to Scripture, homosexuality is a sin. If they do call it a sin, they don't explain what that actually means. Sin is not just those things we do. It is something fundamentally wrong with us that causes separation from God. Sin stains our entire character and ruins every relationship. A clear recognition of this fact seems to be generally lacking in your letter.
Allow me to explain.
You call on the average individual to "take whatever steps are necessary to reverse the wickedness." You ask for the impossible. Surely you must know that such a reversal can only be done by God and not by the average individual, who is utterly incapable of such a thing. Where is the recognition that the average individual is just as lost in their sin as any homosexual and will by no means pray unless God revives their hearts? (Rom 1:18-31, Eph 2:8,9) Heterosexuals who don't know Christ are not more holy just because they aren't gay. Far from it! They just happen to be sinning in other ways. Furthermore, God only heals our land when we humble ourselves, repent and pray (2 Chron 7: 14). Yet where is the call to prayer? Repentance features nowhere in your letter!
Odd thing that, since you are speaking out against a sin.
As you rightly mention in your letter, there are some ministers who say that sexual sin (of any stripe) is fully compatible with God's Word. It is incumbent on us, the good seed (Gen 3:15, Matt 13), to expose this lie. The only way to do that is with Scripture. You cannot simply stack up your word against someone else's and hope everyone buys it. You have to prove it Scripturally (which you didn't do) and wait for God to do the rest through His Holy Spirit.
Having said all this, however, please note that I still think the Alberta Human Rights Commission is wrong. I hope the decision is appealed and over-turned. It is also my prayer that God can use this situation to bring in more of His elect, to His greater glory.