Tag Archives: a decade of whosoever

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Finding a Home Online

Recently, Whosoever conducted a “Stories of Hope” essay contest, asking readers to reflect on what Whosoever has meant to them over the past ten years. We’ll be sharing these stories as we continue our celebration of our decade of ministry to GLBT Christians. The following

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Blessed by Community

Recently, Whosoever conducted a “Stories of Hope” essay contest, asking readers to reflect on what Whosoever has meant to them over the past ten years. We’ll be sharing these stories as we continue our celebration of our decade of ministry to GLBT Christians. The following

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Finding the Light

Recently, Whosoever conducted a “Stories of Hope” essay contest, asking readers to reflect on what Whosoever has meant to them over the past ten years. We’ll be sharing these stories as we continue our celebration of our decade of ministry to GLBT Christians. The following

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My Vision for Whosoever

Over the past very successful ten years, “Whosoever” has been at the forefront in emphasizing the fact that Christianity and homosexuality are certainly not inconsistent with each other. Indeed, the point has been satisfactorily settled innumerable times that one can be LGBT and be a

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Gay Christians Have Online Magazine

As Whosoever celebrates its ten year anniversary, we’ll be presenting articles that have appeared over the years about Whosoever or by Whosoever founder and editor Whosoever Candace Chellew. This article originally appeared in the January 24, 1998 editon of The Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Can

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Transitioning with Whosoever

Recently, Whosoever conducted a “Stories of Hope” essay contest, asking readers to reflect on what Whosoever has meant to them over the past ten years. We’ll be sharing these stories as we continue our celebration of our decade of ministry to GLBT Christians. The following

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New Publication Helps Homosexuals, Christianity Connect

From The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 9, 1997 As Whosoever celebrates its ten year anniversary, we’ll be presenting articles that have appeared over the years about Whosoever or by Whosoever founder and editor Whosoever Candace Chellew. This article originally appeared in the January 9, 1997 edition of

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Mustard Seeds

“The Dominion of Heaven is like a mustard seed that someone took and sowed in the field; it is the smallest of all the seeds, but when it has grown it is the greatest of shrubs and becomes a tree, so that the birds of

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Growing Up As a Whosoever

Recently, Whosoever conducted a “Stories of Hope” essay contest, asking readers to reflect on what Whosoever has meant to them over the past ten years. We’ll be sharing these stories as we continue our celebration of our decade of ministry to GLBT Christians. The following

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Whosoever Believeth

As Whosoever celebrates its ten year anniversary, we’ll be presenting articles that have appeared over the years about Whosoever or by Whosoever founder and editor Whosoever Candace Chellew. This article originally appeared in the December 19, 1996 edition of Bay Windows. By Richard Shumate ATLANTA