Over the past decades (give or take a few depending on which denomination you look at) there has been a battle in our churches. That battle hasn’t been on how best to spread the word of God, the best way to serve all of God’s children, or even the best way to show what God’s love looks like. 746 more words
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Surprising and expected news from the Fort Worth Police Department. They made national news five years ago when they engaged in a Stonewall-style raid on the gay bar The Rainbow Lounge. 222 more words
It may not even be that some of these attorney generals are pro same-sex marriage. It’s simply a losing battle. There is no valid argument for discriminating against love between two people.
Today, July 28, just hours after the United States Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit issued its decision in Bostic v. Schaefer out of Virginia, affirming a lower court ruling in favor of the freedom to marry for same-sex couples, North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper said that… 482 more words
I see news articles like this, and I just don’t know what to say. I understand that there is hatred and prejudice still against many people. 175 more words
Frieda Saraga, Trailblazer and Mother of five children — all adults one gay son, two twin daughters who are lesbian and a son and daughter who are straight — shares how they all love one another very much and supportive of one another and why it is important that we pass a comprehensive Human Rights Ordinance in the city of Jacksonville. 62 more words