All posts by Caroline Mason

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Quality TG-Fiction Website Launches

Our Own Stories, an online, literary magazine featuring short stories, poems and essays on transsexual themes has been launched, according to Terry M., editor-in-chief of the new e-zine. “Our mission,” says M., “is to provide a forum for quality fiction which celebrates the transsexual experience,

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Fiery Darts

…Above all taking the shield of faith wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked. — Ephesians 6.16 Those of us who have a passion for history should not watch historical movies, because we have a tendency to nit

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Foolish Words

“But I say unto you, that every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment. For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by they words, thou shalt be condemned.” — Matthew 12:36-37 My primary field

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Y2K or Y2J?

We’ve heard a lot of talk recently about Y2K – Year Two Thousand. The second millennium since the birth of Christ is upon us (actually it occurred a few years ago but nobody noticed because of the calendar adjustments during the Renaissance). Since we like

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God’s Standards of Care

A couple of weeks ago I received some e-mail from a former classmate of mine from college. Through one of my former professors she had heard of my gender reorientation. She was pleasant and supportive, but also full of questions. In the process of discussing

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All Other Ground is Sinking Sand

Alcoholics Anonymous is a wonderful recovery program which was originally founded on strong Christian principles. Many chapters rigorously maintain those principles. However, many other chapters have substituted the words “higher power” for God in the 12 steps to recovery. This “higher power” can be anything

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Praying in Every Season

Sometimes you can read something over and over and still miss something important. Then reading it again, it’s like God takes his highlighting pen and makes what you’ve missed so vivid that you can’t ignore it. That happened to me as I was studying for

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Who’s Cleaning Your House?

Personal Note: When I was preparing this lesson, I got so personally excited that I was dancing around the room. What a joy to know that I have been made righteous, not by my own feeble efforts, but the work of Christ on the cross.

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The Enemy: A New Perspective

Matthew 6. 45-46: “Love your enemies…. for if ye love them which love you, what reward have ye? Do not even the publicans the same?” Like many transgender folk, my ears perk up whenever a talk show features transsexuals, transvestites, or transgenderists, if for no