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With a handful of RIAA Gold-certified albums, three Dove Awards from the Gospel Music Association (GMA) and a string of 12 No.1 hits on Christian radio, Boltz is a household name in evangelical circles.

“It’s hard to say I came out because I didn’t have all the answers.

I just admitted what I was struggling with and what I was feeling.

when I was going through all this darkness, I thought, ‘Just end this.’” His family’s reaction took time.

“I don’t want to downplay it like it was just, ‘Oh, well that’s OK.’ It was a very tough time for them too, but the bottom line was they loved me and they still love me …

A hippie spin-off of sorts, the Jesus Movement was gradually making its way across the country from California.

Boltz injured his back in 1972 and was in the hospital when a visiting minister invited him to Jacob’s Well, a Christian coffeehouse in nearby Harper City, Ind.

He’d visited the mostly gay Jesus Metropolitan Community Church in Indianapolis and liked Rev.

Jeff Miner, so he decided to give him a copy of his 1997 holiday recording, “A Christmas Album.” It was one of 16 albums Boltz, 55, recorded during a nearly 20-year recording career that saw the Muncie, Ind., native become one of the better-known singer/songwriters in Contemporary Christian Music, a genre born out of the Jesus Movement of the early 1970s that made singers like Amy Grant, Sandi Patty, Michael W.

“Thank You,” a sentimental song about a dream in which a Christian thanks the Sunday school teacher who led him to embrace Christ, is his signature song.

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