Apr 17, 2015

From the outside, and our need to simplify, especially in the media, key figures seem to be responsible for movements. Sometimes they are suffering scapegoats and sacrificial lambs, sometimes charismatic leaders and compassionate saints.

Blogger:Rev. Chris GlaserAuthor, Blogger at Progressive Christian Reflections
Apr 14, 2015

Cole Fox is a senior at Don Bosco Catholic High School in Gilbertville, Iowa, where until recently he wrestled successfully for one of the state’s top programs.

He is also an openly gay Catholic whose coming out and commitment to building bridges are inspirations for all who seek to advance LGBT justice.

Blogger:Bob ShineYoung Adult and Social Media Coordinator, New Ways Ministry
Apr 09, 2015

The National Catholic Reporter’s Tom Fox greatly helped the burgeoning movement of gay-friendly Catholic parishes in the U.S.

Blogger:Francis DeBernardoExecutive Director, New Ways Ministry
Apr 13, 2015

Starting at 10am on March 22, 2015, history took place in the state of Tennessee.

The first March for Transgender Visibility and Rights took place in Nashville, Tennessee.

Blogger:Yeshua Aaron HolidayFounder, The Joshua Transgeneration
Apr 08, 2015

"Ah, how beautiful the feet of those on the mountain who declare the good news of victory, of peace and liberation." Isaiah 52:7a

Blogger:Jane BrazellEx-Gay Survivor
Apr 15, 2015

The past couple of weeks have been quite a roller coaster, especially for Disciples and especially for Indiana, the state where our church has maintained our denominational offices since long before we called ourselves a denomination.

Apr 10, 2015

My name is Anthony. I’m 16 and I live in Clearwater, Florida, with my moms and three siblings. I was adopted by my parents when I was 13 years old after having spent four years in foster care.

Blogger:Anthony SiegristHigh School Student
Apr 07, 2015

Spearheaded by The Fellowship of Affirming Ministries (TFAM), its founder and presiding Bishop Rev. Dr.

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