Love Free or Die directed by Macky Alston wins Special Jury Prize for Grace Under Pressure.
Day: January 28, 2012
What is it like to be LGBT Christian attending a major Christian University? It’s hard. There are lots of tears. And there’s no one to talk to as people are trying to come to terms with their orientation. If you’d like a window into the experience check out the new file “Let Your Light Shine”.
In an overview of the turmoil in the Anglican Mission of America, Bob Smietana in The Tennessean Newspaper, lays out the issues confronting the members of the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) as they try to regroup. The article begins by quoting a former Episcopal priest who left to join the AMiA and who describes […]
Yesterday two competing budget proposals were presented to Executive Council. Today the members of Council are beginning to look closely at what was given to them, and reacting to what they’re finding. They’re not pleased.
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City is preparing to lease a part of its property to a developer. The plan is to build a second tower containing residential apartments that will in turn provide a steady revenue stream to the Cathedral. The first tower, finished in 2008, contains 295 […]
The Archbishop of York, John Sentamu says that if David Cameron’s government tries to redefine civil-partnerships into same-sex marriage then Cameron will be acting like any of dictator around the world. Sentamu insists that the State has no role in defining marriage.
The words “laugh” or “laughter” are mentioned a number of times in the Bible; add in “laughingstock” and it comes out to more than 60 times (per my Bible software), including 4 times in just this passage. In almost every mention of the word, the laugh/laughter context is that of scorn or derision