By John Peragine
NEWTON, N.C., May 27 (Reuters) - More than 1,000 people on Sunday protested a small-town North Carolina Baptist minister's sermon calling for gays and lesbians to be locked up behind an electric fence, a fire-and-brimstone speech viewed hundreds of thousands of times on the Internet since given two weeks ago.
By Francis DeBernardo, New Ways Ministry
President Obama's recent announcement supporting same-sex marriage continues to draw mixed reaction from the African-American community. Several black ministers throughout the country have threatened to vote Republican - or not at all - in November.
By Joseph Ward III, Director, Believe Out Loud
Good Monday morning. Welcome to Believe Out Loud's Week In Review, a weekly digest of the latest headlines at the intersection of Christianity and LGBT equality.
I’ve come to the realization that we’re never going to find common ground on issues of belief.
Released by GLAAD
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) released the following statement in response to Sacred Heart Academy barring gay Michigan man from speaking at graduation:
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