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Apr 24, 2017

Last night was my dad’s memorial service. I delayed my coming out because of his illness. I knew that he was already struggling with his own mortality and that trying to reconcile the daughter he was so proud of and loved deeply with the ideas he had about LGBT people would be too much for him.

Blogger:Alicia JohnstonAdventist Pastor
Apr 17, 2017

Nearly 150 United Methodist LGBTQI Clergy and Candidates Release Letter Week Before Key Judicial Council Decisions

Apr 13, 2017

Trigger warning: description of addiction and substance abuse

Blogger:Rev. Dr. Angela YarberAuthor. Artist. Activist.
Apr 21, 2017

Thank you for donating, sharing our Give OUT Day page, and spreading the good news of our important work!!

Because of you, we raised over $800 to grow our network of LGBTQIA Christians and allies boldly proclaiming that all people are worthy of God’s love!

Apr 16, 2017

Growing up in an evangelical Christian home, my family was invested in maintaining certain Judeo-Christian holiday traditions. Easter Sunday was no exception; it was a day rooted in chocolate pastels, family dinner, and most notably for me: new accessories.

Blogger:Carl CharlesAttorney, Poetry Lover, Dog Enthusiast
Apr 11, 2017

The Trump administration has been in power for just over two months. Many people are fearful that the social advantages won in recent times will be rolled back. Recently, the administration took gender identity and sexual orientation off of the 2020 census.

Blogger:Verdell A. WrightResearcher/Writer
Apr 14, 2017

Holy Week always brings about a mix of emotions for me. Over the course of a few short days, Christians go from shouting hosanna to eating with friends to remembering the state sanctioned murder of our Savior to seeing that death and hatred defeated in the resurrection. 

Blogger:Ashley BirtDirector of Christian Education, Rutgers Presbyterian Church
Apr 07, 2017

Though I had my mom with me on our crew of activists, Soulforce’s action at the women’s Final Four basketball game this weekend was one of the more daunting in my dozen years of direct action organizing.

From the moment we entered the arena, police crowded us, grilled us with questions, monitored us from above, and even followed us to the bathroom. 

Blogger:Haven HerrinExecutive Director, Soulforce

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