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Oct 06, 2015

Last month, I attended the More Light Presbyterians Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. It was a powerful experience to reconnect with LGBTQ and ally colleagues in ministry and to dream together about what the future of the church looks like beyond just queer inclusion.

Blogger:Layton WilliamsPastoral Resident, Fourth Presbyterian Church Chicago
Sep 30, 2015

The news that Pope Francis met privately in Washington, DC, with Kim Davis throws a wet blanket on the good will that the pontiff had garnered during his United States visit last week.

Blogger:Francis DeBernardoExecutive Director, New Ways Ministry
Sep 24, 2015

When one of my oldest, closest friends came out to me as transgender, I immediately resolved to become the best transgender ally I could be. Preferred pronouns, how to be of help, how to introduce him to people—I tried to do as much research and become as well versed as I could for him.

Blogger:K.S. SterlingOperations Assistant, Intersections International
Oct 05, 2015

Alarming statistics in the LGBT elders of color population nationwide has prompted local organizations to tackle disparities as this population is projected to double in the coming years. According to the U.S.

Blogger:Nicole LashombEditor-in-Chief, Co-founder, The Rainbow Times
Sep 23, 2015

When I worked as a youth leader, I had the pleasure of having a few of my youth come out to me. Having the chance to minister to them as a supportive, understanding adult was a blessing and a responsibility I did not take lightly. While it was certainly serious business, their coming out also led to some moments of fun and amusement between us.

Blogger:Ashley BirtDirector of Christian Education, Rutgers Presbyterian Church
Oct 01, 2015

I am deeply conflicted by the news coverage about the Pope's meeting with Kim Davis. I am also deeply troubled by the way that many of my friends have responded to this news. I have witnessed vitriol and even some hatred.

Blogger:Nathan BelyeuQueer Activist, Educator, Aspiring Theologian
Sep 22, 2015

#BOLAction: Tell The Pope—Our LGBTQ Families Matter

When President Obama welcomes Pope Francis to the White House this Wednesday, the chief executive will be accompanied by a number of LGBT Catholics, their allies, and other LGBT and social justice advocates.

Blogger:Bob ShineYoung Adult and Social Media Coordinator, New Ways Ministry

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