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Letters to the Editor

Editor: Even though the title of the article, Coming Out Without Coming On Too Strong, lead me to expect something different, I must applaud Candace Chellew. I, too have always been uncomfortable with the hollowness of a fanatically professed faith that displays no outward evidence.

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Letters to the Editor

Editor: You have a lovely site. I especially appreciate how the site exudes positivity rather than attacking fundies — yet does not sidestep the issue, either. This was my religious background, and is a cherished belief system of my family. I’ve viewed sites that are

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Letters to the Editor

Editor: I’m still unsure that I like having TS/TG included even though many of the issues we face are the same. For years there has been a great deal of confusion between sexual orientation and gender identity to the harm of TS/TG’s. For instance, at

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Whosoever Readers Give Thanks and Praise!

Scripture readings: Psalms 100: “Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the lands! Serve the Lord with gladness! Come into his presence with singing! Know the Lord is God! It is he that made us and we are his; we are his people, and

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News in Brief

Gay Marriage Victory in Hawaii Put On Hold Gay and lesbian couples will have to wait a little longer to walk down the aisle in Hawaii. A judge who ruled the state must recognize same-sex marriage put the order on hold to give the state

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Resources: Contacting Churches in This Issue

If you want more information on any of the organizations and churches found in this issue — below are some helpful names and addresses. Association of Welcoming and Affirming Baptists PO Box 2596 Attleboro Falls, MA 02763-0894 Phone/Fax: (508) 226-1945 Brenda Moulton, Coordinator   St.

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Update: Greenville MCC Victorious!

MCC Greenville will soon be holding services in their new building, now that the city has approved the move. Last issue we told you the story of Greenville MCC. They were denied a permit by the city for what the zoning board said was a

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The Devil Comes to Greenville

It’s the dream of every growing congregation to have a building they can call their own. It’s a milestone that many churches with ministries to gays and lesbians have achieved. The congregation of MCC Greenville believed they had achieved that dream earlier this year when