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Blog Nov, 02, 2016
Christians Vote For LGBTQI Justice

Yesterday, we launched a #ChristiansVote campaign to transform the narrative about Christian voters. Join us to proclaim loud and clear that we are Christians called to justice! 

Blog Oct, 27, 2016
Honoring The Wisdom Of Our Bodies

As a young girl I grew up believing God had created humans perfectly in His image (Genesis 1:27). God made me with brown eyes, olive skin, small hands and feet, a soft heart and a quirky personality. I grew up believing that God saw me, his creation, as good.

Blog Oct, 25, 2016
Claiming My Religious Right

In the days of my youth, I knew little of the meanings of terms such as the "religious right" and the "liberal left." I was taught to believe in a loving God, and I have begun to understand that this is the greatest fortune of my birth.

Blog Oct, 19, 2016
Changing Minds: A Young Seminarian Learning to Love

As a young seminarian in the late 1970’s, I enjoyed being a graduate student on the campus of a major university in the Midwest. The big library and vast intellectual community were a thrill, but the greatest joy was attending Sunday services at the university’s chapel, an elaborate modernist/Gothic building on the edge of campus.

Blog Oct, 13, 2016
Blog Oct, 12, 2016
I am Angry, & My Faith Tells Me I Can Do Something About It

I am very angry, and I am usually the consensus builder. The racial tension, violence, and the growing backlash to marriage equality and trans visibility makes the everyday life feels like a powder keg. 

There needs to be some kind of release from all the pain, anger, suffering and injustice. 

Blog Oct, 10, 2016
United Methodist Church's "Way Forward" Erases LGBTQI People

Last Wednesday the executive committee of The United Methodist Church Council of Bishops announced that they had sent out invitations to the people they hoped would constitute the special commission formed at General Conference to discuss the vexing issue of whether and how the church will continue to discriminate against LGBTQI people.

Blog Oct, 07, 2016
Catholic & LGBT Advocates Give Mixed Reactions To Pope Francis’ Latest Remarks

Pope Francis’ latest comments on LGBT issues, in which he both called for more competent and case-by-case pastoral care for transgender people and said there was a “world war to destroy marriage,” have provoked strong reactions. You can read

Blog Oct, 05, 2016
Painting Perpetua & Felicity: Patron Saints Of Same-Sex Couples

In the current political climate, many claim that LGBTQ folks have achieved full equality since same-sex marriage was dubbed legal in 2015.

Blog Sep, 29, 2016
Seeking My Reflection

I grew up in the UK during the era of Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first female prime minister. Thatcher’s ideal England was as traditional as the Adventist churches I attended every Saturday, and their shared social philosophy was our water and air.

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