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“Holy Terror” by Mel White | Hey Church, You Got Played

Education, engagement and encouragement between the Christian Church and the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Christian community is what I do. I talk with, listen to, read and follow seemingly otherwise kind and Jesus-esque people but, when the topic switches to the gay community, some become machines motivated by fear and unleashed in ignorance. Why? And […]

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President Obama Seeks to Include as a Minority (21%) of Registered NC Chooses to Exclude

On May 9, 2012, President Obama became the first sitting United States President to support same sex marriage.  There are at least 8 million  adult gay Americans. Although they are still a minority, this is equivalent to the entire population of  the state of North Carolina who on May 8th voted by in majority at the […]

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Street Preacher Calling for my Repentance at Pride Charlotte 2011

The 61% in North Carolina Miss the Message of Christ and Civil Rights on Amendment 1 Voting

Amendment 1 passed in the State of North Carolina. The definition of marriage as one man and one woman is now codified in that state’s constitution. Discrimination is now codified in that state’s constitution. Christians did this. Christians who believe they have the right to deny equality to minority groups; Christians who believe they have […]

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Invitation for Pastors to Dialogue about the Gay & Trans Christians

Invitation for Pastors to Dialogue about the Gay & Trans Christians

The issue of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (glbt) Christians in the church has become a polarizing and even  frightening conversation in some faith communities. There are glbt people sitting in virtually all congregations and church youth groups. How is your church addressing this? A few years ago, when I offered dialogue to 57 local […]

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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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