Over the weekend two significant events took place that have a bearing on the future of the church’s relationship with LGBT+ communities.
The first was the wedding of Mr Windsor and Ms Markle. 2,031 more words
“From Nostalgia through Now and Beyond” is an homage to the historical LGBT Human/Civil rights movement internationally, and especially those who lived “in the life” unsung. 200 more words
Most people are able to recognize overt instances of sexism, racism, ageism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia and class discrimination. But even well-meaning folk sometimes struggle with identifying the less overt, more insidious systemic oppression present in society. 500 more words
Sermon Delivered for the Poor People’s Campaign – Arkansas State Capitol, Little Rock, May 21, 2018
For God so loved the world, that God came into the world to show us how to love our neighbors as ourselves—All of our neighbors, but especially our neighbors who have been pushed to the margins: the sick in need of healthcare; the immigrant in need of a home; the poor in need of a living wage; school children who just want to be safe and get a quality education; people of other faiths who hunger for respect; and people of color who thirst for their lives to matter. 694 more words
By Rimli Bhattacharya
“There’s a gender in your brain and a gender in your body. For 99 percent of people, those things are in alignment. For transgender people, they’re mismatched. 1,509 more words