President Obama's recent announcement supporting same-sex marriage continues to draw mixed reaction from the African-American community. Several black ministers throughout the country have threatened to vote Republican - or not at all - in November.
I’ve come to the realization that we’re never going to find common ground on issues of belief.
The following is an expanded version of the sermon I gave at the end of the “Welcome One Another Fellowship Retreat”," annually offered by the newly named Team on LGBT Inclusion of the New England Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of North America.
Yesterday, President Obama declared his support for marriage equality. In an interview with ABC’s Robin Roberts, President Obama told the country and the world that he has decided to support same sex marriage. What's more, he cited his Christian faith as a motivator in making his decisio
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