By Joy Butler
By Rev. Liam Hooper
By Melody Aberin and Rev. Stephen Lee
By Rev. Dr. Gil Caldwell
By Nicole King
By Mindi Morris, MD
By Debra Drew
By Rev. Dr. John D. Copenhaver
By Jen Weyenberg
By Rev. Melissa Florer-Bixler
By Melody Aberin
God calls me to be a voice of justice, to stand up and be loud for God’s love.
Are you willing to remember your baptism and stand in the river so that all of God’s people can make it through?
My faith is grounded in the awareness that God is the God of the future.
There are still far too many deaths, still far too many suicides, and the Church still has no idea what to do.
Than you, God, that hough I cannot pray a blessing for them, you have seen fit to bless us with them.
He left a life-long ministry that any United Methodist should hope to learn from.
By Sidney Adickes Gatch: Are we suffering that pain with them as if it were our own?
By Rev. Ginny Hathaway: I want freedom to erase the lines in the sand that I might draw out of limited knowledge or mistaken judgement.
By Suzie Bell: So in planning our current diversity event we thought it would be a great idea to also march in the Jesus Parade.
By Jane Brazell: Allow your mistakes to be brought to your attention, so that you can grow.
By Rev. Rick Branch: I hate that it’s a big deal to the LBGTQ community here in this southern town that I am an ally.
I have been watching with critique and waiting with expectation, instead of living into my call.
By Rev. Brent Wright: Stop using Christianity to justify your fear, judgment, mistreatment, and abuse of LGBT people.