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PRIDE CHARLOTTE | THREE PART SERIES: str8apology, "GOD HAS A BETTER WAY" and the STREET PREACHERS

PRIDE CHARLOTTE | THREE PART SERIES: str8apology, “GOD HAS A BETTER WAY” and the STREET PREACHERS

This series is broken into three parts. Each a stand alone piece and each powerfully supporting the others. I encourage readers to invest the time. Sit down  ready to be angry, sad, tearful, shocked and encouraged. Carol and Kathy, thank your sweetie! If you were at Pride Charlotte and I got to talk with you, […]

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God Does Have a Better Way | Don’t Stand in the Path of It

On Saturday, August 27th a group of about two hundred Christians marched into Pride Charlotte with “God Has A Better Way” (GHABW), an action formed by The Coalition of Conscience and the Speak the Truth Project. Three quarters of the group, including children, wore red tee shirts bolding declaring the message and website “God Has […]

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Str8apology Action at Pride Charlotte | Press Release

On Saturday, August 27, 2011, an action of str8apology  (“Hurt by Church? get a #str8apology here”) lead by Kathy Baldock, Executive Director of Canyonwalker Connections) will take place at 2011 Pride Charlotte. ( #str8apology) Str8apology’s  presence at Pride Charlotte will bring the message of the unconditional love of God while  standing against the activist of “God […]

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Responses to “God Has a Better Way” Action Planned for Charlotte Gay Pride | August 27th

TO THOSE WHO PLAN TO MARCH IN “GOD HAS A BETTER WAY” or those that support the action, PLEASE read this: How does the holy directive of “love your neighbor” and the “God Has a Better Way”  intended goal of “reach out in love” translate to the glbt community? Well, I wondered so, I asked. […]

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