By Joy Butler
By Joey Rodil
By Andrea Ramberg
By Chris Paige
By Roxanne Taylor
By Madelyn Johnson and Maria Salazar
By Rev. Dr. Gill Caldwell
By Lee Schubert
By Rev. Liam Hooper
By Matt Berryman, Executive Director
By Dennis Akpona
By Isaac Archuleta
By Lindy Thompson
By Sherry Kelly
By Rev. Dr. Pamela Lightsey
By Joey Lopez
It shows a shocking lack of respect for central conference voices, giving them voting instructions rather than inviting them into a critical discussion in our church.
I enjoy jazz because in its creativity, improvisation, call and response, and its ability to change and mature, I claim, is a manifestation of spirituality.
How can I speak for someone I don’t know? Someone whose life I have not led…
But I have an opportunity, right in the spaces where I live, to draw the circle a little wider.
At CLASP, our major aim is to assist LGBT asylum seekers while they await the long and complicated process of applying for asylum here in the USA.