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News Sep, 24, 2014
Apply Now: 2015 Trans Leadership Exchange

In 2015, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force will launch a 6 month leadership development program for 20 Transgender and Genderqueer leaders from across the United States. This group of leaders will participate in a learning community that will offer peer coaching, skill building, opportunities for self-reflection, story sharing, and action!

Blog Sep, 22, 2014
A Journey To Find LGBT Christians

Three years ago I was living out of my car. Toothbrush drying in the passenger seat, food stored on the back floor, and all my life's belongings crammed in the trunk. Having just graduated from college, it seemed like the only thing to do. But I wasn't parked under a bridge or based out of Walmart parking lots.

Blog Sep, 10, 2014
My Faith. My Mississippi.

I am Denise Donnell. I am an ordained elder in the Mississippi Conference in the United Methodist Church. I have been a member of the clergy for the last eight years of my life.

I wish I could tell you that I have always been a friend of the LGBT community, but that is not my truth.

Blog May, 15, 2014
Today Is Painful, But It Is Not The End

In June 2013, Mary Ann Barclay was removed from her ordination process by her United Methodist Board of Ordained Ministry after she married a woman.

Blog Jan, 22, 2014
Knitting Our Way To General Assembly

Once more, the season for knitting and praying our way to the Prebyterian Church (USA) General Assembly is upon us. It is time for us to get the Redheart Mexicana yarn, pull out the needles or crochet hook, and pray for justice with each stitch, asking others to join us. 

Blog Oct, 03, 2013
Christian Campuses On The Frontline Of Gay Debates

Throughout my life, the majority of negative experiences concerning my sexuality have happened within Seventh-day Adventist Christian institutions, both religous and educational. In school, I learned to use books for shields and hobbies for distractions while words like faggot and abomination were thrown in my direction.

Blog Sep, 30, 2013
Breaking Bread At The Margins

I was at a local diner (the kind where the waitress knows your name and your order before you open your mouth) seated across from a long time advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender and queer (LGBTQ) inclusion in the Presbyterian Church (USA).

Blog Sep, 24, 2013
Washington National Cathedral Stands With LGBT Youth

Find your own welcoming & affirming congregation today. 

It has been fifteen years since Matthew Shepard’s death this October, and Washington National Cathedral is taking time to observe it. The anniversary helps our nation to remember a watershed moment for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender youth.

Blog Sep, 16, 2013
When A Redneck Loved A Queer

I was at the inaugural annual Intercollegiate Adventist GSA Coalition (IAGC) meeting the first time I saw

Blog Sep, 10, 2013
Are We Reflecting God’s Love To Each Other?

Maria Medina is 17 years old, and she is a member of Presbyterian Welcome's youth group. She preached this sermon in both Spanish and English on August 25 at her church in Brooklyn, NY.