Tag Archives: AIDS/HIV

The Role of the PC(USA) in Ending the AIDS Crisis

A version of this article was originally published by the Austin American Statesmant at http://www.mystatesman.com/news/news/opinion/barstow-do-we-have-the-collective-will-to-end-the-/nrMcx/?icmp=statesman_internallink_referralbox_free-to-premium-referral. This new version is published with permission. The HIV and AIDS epidemic is now more than three decades old. Almost 35 million people have died from … Continue reading

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How I Became an Advocate for People Living with HIV/AIDS

When our family moved from Lexington, KY, to Anniston, AL, to follow my husband’s call to become the pastor of a Presbyterian church, I had plans to stay at home with our two-year-old son. Little did I know that God … Continue reading

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Seeking Justice Through the Power of Relationship: HIV/AIDS and Healthcare

Your Mission Field Is Around You When I was in college, I felt a clear call to work in East Africa. This call directed every decision I made, from choosing a major at Vanguard University to spending my summers in … Continue reading

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Week 2: Vulnerable Populations and Christian Responsibility

Autism, the ACA, and Lessons from the Secular, Marvin Lindsay Ethan, our 16-year-old son, is autistic. Like lots of autistic people, Ethan has highly focused interests, some of which include jumbo-sized vegetable hybrids, Christmas, and his birthday. Ethan also is … Continue reading

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