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News Apr, 24, 2012
A Reflection of Katie Ricks' Ordination

Arlene G. Taylor serves on the Session of the Church of the Reconciliation, a welcoming and affirming More Light Church in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Arlene attended the ordination service of Katie Ricks on April 15.

News Apr, 20, 2012
A Christian Response To LGBT Teens & Bullying

Please pray for the friends and family of 14-year-old Kenneth James Weishuhn of Primghar, Iowa. Kenneth took his life on Saturday after being bullied for coming out as a gay teen a few months ago. Kenneth's friends and family describe him as a happy young man, handsome and full of life. After coming out of the closet, the bullying Kenneth experienced was relentless.

News Apr, 16, 2012
A New Brochure With Tips For Evangelism For Open And Affirming Churches

The United Church of Christ has published a helpful brochure and resource with tips for evangelism for open and affirming churches. When working with your church community:

News Apr, 14, 2012
The Ordination of Katie Ricks in the PC(USA) Church

We give thanks to God that this is a new day in the Presbyterian Church (USA). The passage of the 219th General Assembly's Ordination Amendment 10-A last year, now G-2.0104 in our Book of Order, allows for the ordination of qualified LGBT candidates for ministry. Qualifications for ministry focus once again on faith and character rather than sexual orientation or marital status.
 

News Apr, 12, 2012
Gay Preacher's son

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News Apr, 12, 2012
A Study Of Religious Voices In Mainstream Media Reports About LGBT Equality

Where are the pro-LGBT religious voices?

News Apr, 05, 2012
Catholic Bishops, Knights Of Columbus Must Cut Ties To NOM

Equally Blessed, a coalition of four Catholic justice organizations, today called on the president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, to publicly disassociate themselves and their organizations from the National Organization for Marriage (NOM).

News Mar, 08, 2012
It gets better ...really

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