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Four double standards in the Duggar scandal

By Nicole King: Our attention should be directed to survivors of sexual violence.
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570 people are gathered in Houston as Breaking the Silence, the Reconciling Community in the Texas Conference, hosts its annual dinner event with Rev. Nadia Bolz Weber as this year's keynote speaker. #UMC ... See MoreSee Less

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Robert Kenji FlowersKudos Texas Conference! Central Texas, we have our work cut out for us!5 hours ago
Laura HarrisThank you to all who participate in this work.7 hours ago   ·  2
Betty SnyderThank you all.7 hours ago   ·  1
Matthew BerrymanAmazing. Thanks be to God.3 hours ago   ·  1
Scottie Brafford570 people??!! Kudos indeed!!3 hours ago

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Thanks to Inman #UMC and Rev Ed Stallworth in Inman, South Carolina for inviting RMN southeastern regional organizer, Helen Ryde, to preach and worship with you today. ... See MoreSee Less

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Robbie CombsCongrats Ed! That's awesome!1 day ago
Alycia JohnsonAnd she will be at Brooks-Howell Home in Asheville, NC this Thursday!1 day ago
Marla Adams FullerYay Ed!! Great news from Inman!1 day ago
Andrew SullivanThis is great!! Ed is awesome he is missed in Simpsonville!1 day ago

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Blessings on you this #Pentecost Sunday! #UMC ... See MoreSee Less

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Nan OwenPentecost blessings2 days ago
Barbara KarstWonderful prayer!2 days ago
Tiina KellerChrist came to this world, the world did not receive Him, The Holy Spirit came to the church, the church did not receive Him.2 days ago
Gerald WaltzLove the artist's representation.2 days ago   ·  1
Gerald WaltzAmen!2 days ago
Stacy Pever AnzickI don't understand the graphic.... Is that a bird?49 minutes ago
Jim ConkleRight out of today's service.2 days ago
Sue A. HenryAmen!11 hours ago
Nancy Jane ScarbroughAmen And Amen!1 day ago
Anne Torrance BachmannAmen!1 day ago
Samuel HalderThank you very much ,I was waiting for such a inspiring word.15 hours ago
Dixie TeafordAmen !1 day ago
Gary WilliamsThe one fire that cannot be put out and will not!2 days ago   ·  1
John SpartanGreat poetry. I like it. I don't think I understand it though.2 days ago
Susan Mooreyo yo yo Catholic Church, take note!2 days ago
Brian BowenAMEN!2 days ago
Denice WilliamsAmen1 day ago
Mary Beth Bryantamen1 day ago
Steve AdelmeyerAmen2 days ago
Pam FranklinAmen18 hours ago
Martha Ann MoormanAMEN1 day ago

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Early results are showing #Ireland has said yes to becoming the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage through a popular vote! ... See MoreSee Less

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Susy HowardNever guessed Ireland would be the ground-breaker. Good for them!3 days ago   ·  23
John SomervilleAll the world needs is love sweet love3 days ago   ·  16
Barbara Thornton PhelpsAnd that is how Green became part of the Rainbow.3 days ago   ·  9
Deen ThompsonDon't know what to sing -- My Wild Irish Rose or When Irish Eyes Are Smiling. We are all Irish on St. Patrick's Day and we are all Equal when the Irish vote for Marriage Equality.3 days ago   ·  8
Vicky ShimpMakes me proud of my Irish ancestry and proud of Ireland👏🍀2 days ago   ·  3
Margie Cain MitchellBravo Ireland. SCOTUS PAY ATTENTION.3 days ago   ·  4
Gloria PullenCongratulations to Ireland who voted and gave their respects equally in marriage love you all xx2 days ago   ·  1
Johnna Wheaton RussoI knew it was my favorite country for a reason!2 days ago
Monica Pryor Elliotit's all about the love! <33 days ago   ·  3
Chuck KeoghAs an Irishman with many relatives in Ireland, I am happy for them. Irish matters!7 hours ago
Patrick KundratI can not disagree more. Guess the Pope will now ok Same sex marriage.19 hours ago
Bonquiqui Nash LoveI am so happy about this right now! Go Ireland! I knew visiting there wouldn't be wasteful :) always a reason I liked it there! And this could now be another reason to like it there.1 day ago
James Blake BoydYeehaw! Congratulations from Texas!3 days ago   ·  1
Kris KelleyProud to be Irish 🍀🍀🍀3 days ago   ·  1
Ruth Ellen Watson JohnstoneIt's what's at the end of the rainbow, after all!!!3 days ago   ·  1
Mary Beth PalmI never thought it would be Ireland!3 days ago   ·  1
Donald E. BrynelsenLooks like a lot of people are going to end up in a very warm place eventually.3 days ago
Pat DornanBut not to equality for women.3 days ago
Sherry Rosanbalm Seteraas it should be done... in a vote of the public2 days ago
Cindi Donoho HampshireAwesome! :-)2 days ago
Tracy MarinelliCome on Australia ... get with the times 💏👨‍❤️‍👨2 days ago
Bobbie AndersonSo glad no one should be denied LOVE❤️2 days ago
Angela MegeheeWhile I've heard that this was the only way they could fix their constitution... And, I like the apparent results. I don't like the idea of people "voting" on human rights of minorities...1 day ago
Lynn FarringtonGOOD is all I can say and about TIME.. being part Irish I am now proud to see they voted the right way, and in a huge vote swing as well,.. for those who are opposed, sorry you just LOST.. so now please STOP your vindictive persecution of people who are not the same as you.. they are human beings.. who are probably more loving than YOU are.2 days ago

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