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Blog Sep, 13, 2017
Transgender Woman's Ministry Continued Long After She Left Priesthood

If you have not heard of Nancy Ledins, who passed away in July at age 84, her story is very much worth reading if you are concerned with Catholic LGBT issues.

Blog Sep, 06, 2017
Documenting Angels: Why I Fight for DACA

“Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by doing that some have entertained angels without knowing it.” Hebrews 13:2

Blog Aug, 28, 2017
Affirming LGBTQ People In The Black Church

Much of the pain and suffering LGBTQ African Americans experience in theologically conservative churches happens in silence and secret. Some LGBTQ congregants do not even recognize the source of their pain, because sexuality, let alone non-heterosexuality, is not discussed or taught in many African American churches.

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 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, 10, 2017
Growing Up As An Asexual Christian

I grew up in a Methodist Church in a small town in North Carolina. When I reached my pre-teen years, I moved from the children’s programming to Methodist Youth Fellowship, or MYF. Most of the time, I felt comfortable with the lessons they were teaching. Except for the talks about sex and sexual purity.

Blog Jul, 07, 2017
Queer, Trans, & Deacon: A Reflection on Being Commissioned

In her book The United Methodist Deacon, Rev. Dr. Margaret Ann Crain explains, “Because deacons are also ordained but usually do not do what elders do, we are challenged to think about ordination as identity rather than function.”

Blog Jul, 05, 2017
A Coming Out Guide for Parents of Queer Kids

“Every gay person must come out.
As difficult as it is, you must tell your immediate family.
You must tell your relatives.
You must tell your friends, if indeed they are your friends.”
-Harvey Milk

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