The human face behind Methodist vote against LGBT equality
Following the international outcry over Sojourners decision to reject a Mother’s Day themed ad from Believe Out Loud, I penned a piece for Ship of Fools titled “
Methodist delegates from around the world are gathering in Tampa, FL, for the General Conference of the United Methodist Church. This meeting happens every four years, and it's the only opportunity to revise the Book of Discipline, which governs the denomination on every level.
A gay man of faith reflects on NC's Amendment One
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.
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.