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Transgender kids: painful quest to be who they are

When children insist that their gender doesn’t match their body, it can trigger a confusing, painful odyssey for the family. And most of the time, these families face isolating experiences trying to decide what is best for their kids, especially because transgender issues are viewed as mysterious, and loaded with stigma and judgment.

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Stop blaming only the poor for the riots

Barry Morgan, the Archbishop of Wales has strong words from establishment figures in the U.K. who are blaming the August riots solely on the lack of morals amongst the poor. He challenges the “elite” to put their own house in order first, and to see to their own moral compasses before they call for the adjustment of others’.

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Episcopal youth, empowered for mission

The Episcopal Youth Event was “three long days of learning, prayer, worship and intentional Christian community that established new friendships across the vast geography that makes up the Episcopal Church.”

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PB at EYE

At Episcopal Youth Event, presiding bishop leads call to mission: ‘Get connected and heal the world!’

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Episcopal Youth Event planned to be transformative

The Episcopal Youth Event was created by the General Convention in 1982 to “gather and capture the energy and enthusiasm of young people for their church,” according to Bronwyn Clark Skov, youth ministry officer for the Episcopal Church.

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