From the outside, and our need to simplify, especially in the media, key figures seem to be responsible for movements. Sometimes they are suffering scapegoats and sacrificial lambs, sometimes charismatic leaders and compassionate saints.
This past week, I have sat at the Table. Not just any table, but the Table of Christ, around which I have gathered since I was a child.
This week, however, the Table looked different than I have ever imagined.
Detroit, MI – Today, the 221st General Assembly of the nearly two million member Presbyterian Church (USA) made history as it affirmed the marriages of same-sex couples.
The Assembly voted 429 to 175 to update the language about marriage from a "man and a woman" to "two persons" in the PC(USA) constitution.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) will soon make headlines, one way or another.
I touched down in New York City last year just two weeks after graduation from seminary to join the staff at Presbyterian Welcome.
I’ve been out as bisexual to myself and my world for about fifteen years, acknowledging that I am able to love both men and women. One of the things I have learned through these years is that being out as bi tends to make me a stranger across the spectrum of sexual orientation.
Last Wednesday morning, North Carolinians awoke to the news that discrimination had been written into their constitution via the passage of Amendment One. While tears turned to cheers when President Obama announced his support of marriage equality, people in 42 states are still left w
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