Hundreds of people converged on Riverside Park in Lynchburg, Va., Oct. 26 for “OUT and ABOUT in Lynchburg,” the first-ever pride festival in Jerry Falwell’s hometown. The following morning 150 people stood in prayerful vigil for four hours outside Falwell’s Thomas Road Baptist Church. Vigilers
A great warrior whose brave men and women perished in battle, still stands tall before her enemies. Unslain and proud, she dances the war dance high up on a ridge, where the enemies stare from below. They are boiling with anger, for now, she taunts!
Keynote Speech before Reconciling Ministries Network Transgender Community Outreach Event, Friday, May 18, 2001 Sisters and brothers, friends, honored guests — good evening! I’m delighted and honored to be here with you tonight. I consider this gathering to be a highly significant event, and it’s
Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall. Proverbs 16:18 (NRSV) On an unseasonably warm (even for Texas) January morning, I was waiting for a bus and saw a man, I would guess in his late 30s, walk by wearing a