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Waiting for Permission

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It took me a very long time to allow myself the mental space to think that I might be transgender. I tried for years to ignore the pain associated with moving in the world when everyone saw me as a girl. Even when I did let myself think about what

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Refusing to Outsource Justice

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McCormick Theological Seminary By Wes Pitts   View and print as PDF.   Where I am from, churches do not do social justice. At best, they support non-profit organizations, which do the justice work for them. Social justice is farmed out to the secular world, while churches focus on spiritual

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World AIDS Day Sermon

21 mins read

The following sermon was written and preached by the Reverend Emily Rose Proctor on the second Sunday in Advent, December 5, 2010, at Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, Maryland. The sermon can also be found, along with other sermon and worship ideas, in the Presbyterian AIDS Network’s

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World AIDS Day 2011

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Introducing World AIDS Day: Getting to Zero November 2011 by Ann Jones and George Kerr, Co-Moderators for Presbyterian AIDS Network (PAN)   December 1, 2011, World AIDS Day (WAD), is a day of awareness and action in the struggle to eradicate AIDS. The theme this year is Getting to Zero

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