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Blog Aug, 16, 2017
A Message To My White Friends

Over the past several days, I’ve watched a lot of things happen in our country. An unannounced march in the night with Hitler shirts and tiki torches. A white supremacist rally ending in violence, injury, and death. The president going in front of cameras and defending the white supremacists. It has been infuriating, frightening, sickening, and unavoidable.

Blog Aug, 11, 2017
Sexual Wholeness As Justice Work

"He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?" Micah 6:8

Blog Aug, 10, 2017
I Choose You, Part I

I woke up that day certain I was wrong about the date. Could it be? How was it here already? 

Blog Aug, 07, 2017
Trans Still Speaking in the United Church of Christ

“…for not with you alone am I making this covenant, but both with those who stand here with us today, before our God, and with those who are not here with us today." Deuteronomy 29:14-15

Blog Aug, 04, 2017
The Role of Churches in Ending Anti-Sodomy Laws

We once again celebrated Pride month and many LGBTQI people and their allies in the global north revelled in the hard-won advances for the recognition of human rights for our communities.

News Aug, 01, 2017
Historic LGBTQ+ Church Leaders to Celebrate 50 Years of Advocacy

The Rolling The Stone Away Conference in St. Louis, October 31 - November 2, 2017, will bring together LGBTQ+ Christian leaders in many organizations including Catholic, Lutheran, Methodist, Metropolitan Community Churches, and United Church of Christ communities to share stories and celebrate.

Blog Jul, 28, 2017
What I Learned When I Broke My Arm Without Health Insurance

As a child, I was desperate to have a cast. At some point in elementary school, my classmates started showing up with brightly colored arms and legs, casted to protect their quietly healing broken bones. 

Blog Jul, 26, 2017
Banning Transgender People From Military Service Is Morally Wrong

I'm an Iraq War veteran who is a trans woman, and let me tell you: banning transgender people from military service is morally wrong.  

News Jul, 21, 2017
Reconciling United Methodists of Texas Conference Statement of Support for Bishop Karen Oliveto

Reconciling United Methodists of Texas Conference unreservedly supports Bishop Karen Oliveto of the Mountain Sky Area. We pray her episcopacy will be long and fruitful—resulting in many disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

Blog Jul, 18, 2017
It’s Time to Canonize Fr. Mychal Judge: Seeking Personal Testimony

The time has come to begin the initial research to make Franciscan Fr. Mychal Judge, OFM, a canonized saint in the Catholic Church.

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