Monthly Archives: March 2011

We Overcome by Our Testimony

“They overcame the enemy by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony.” Revelation 12:11   “Three words, eight letters, three syllables I waited my entire life to hear I…Love…You. For a guy to say these … Continue reading

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When God Takes Sides: A Theological Perspective of the Gang Rape in Cleveland, TX

Sometime late last year, inside a trailer given out for emergency shelter in Cleveland, Texas an 11 year-old girl was gang raped by at least 18 males between the ages of 14-27.  Apparently several of the perpetrators chose to record … Continue reading

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Get In the Game: A Call to Action for Reproductive Justice

Last week I attended a forum and participated in a panel discussion regarding issues of reproductive justice at a well known university in the south.  The discussion was full of energy, questions and comments in discovery. As a woman of … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap: How HIV/AIDS could be the issue to unite the Christian political community.

If I had to select one word to be emblematic of our current political landscape, that word would be, division. There are the noticeable divisions such as those between the economic classes and those between political ideologies. There are also … Continue reading

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Created in Completeness

Rev. Antoinette Kemp I don’t know about you but there have been many times in my life when I have experienced the Beloved Community, “the Church,” as an institution of isolations. There have been moments when the Community appeared to … Continue reading

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