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Oct 18, 2016

The National LGBTQ Task Force is pleased to announce the appointment of Naomi Christine Leapheart, MDiv as the organization’s Faith Work Director.

Oct 10, 2016

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.

Blogger:Dr. Dorothee BenzNational Representative, Methodists in New Directions
Sep 30, 2016

First and foremost, we send prayers of love, comfort, and healing to the family of Keith Lamont Scott and all other families in North Carolina and beyond who have lost loved ones as a result of state-sanctioned violence.

Oct 07, 2016

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 rea

Blogger:Bob ShineYoung Adult and Social Media Coordinator, New Ways Ministry
Sep 29, 2016

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.

Blogger:Dr. Keisha E. McKenzieDirector, McKenzie Consulting Group
Oct 12, 2016

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. 

Blogger:Charles W. ShorterChair Person, LGBT Faith Leaders of African Descent
Oct 05, 2016

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

Blogger:Rev. Dr. Angela YarberAuthor. Artist. Activist.
Sep 28, 2016

Greg Bourke and his husband were plaintiffs in the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that brought the freedom to marry to same-sex couples nationwide in June 2015. Now the men, who were named Persons of the Year by the National Catholic Reporter, are leading a “Pilgrimage of Mercy” to celebrate and recognize LGBT Catholics—and calling for an end to anti-LGBT discrimination.

Blogger:Greg BourkeSCOTUS Marriage Equality Plaintiff

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