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No matter where you fall on the spectrum, all of us need to strongly consider and dialogue about how we will do ministry in a world that will no longer define marriage and sexuality by traditional terms.
The overall objective of this conversation is NOT to force a change in people's opinions or theologies; the main purpose is to begin the much-needed dialogue on the realities of doing ministry with the LGBT community in mind. Whether you affirm or deny homosexuality theologically, we can all agree all people are worthy of experiencing God's love; and we must admit that the church has traditionally been a very hostile and hypocritical place for LGBT individuals. How do we do ministry today in a way that upholds our biblical convictions (as diverse as they may be), and still demonstrate love to a community (as diverse as it may be)?
Special Guest: Pastor Dwight Radcliff
Pastor Radcliff holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biblical Studies (with highest honors) from the Long Beach Bible College, and a Master of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary (with an emphasis in Multi-Cultural Ministry/African-American Church Studies). He is currently pursuing his PhD.
Special Guest: Pastor Curt Thomas
Pastor Curt Thomas is a graduate of Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama where he received a Bachelor of Science in Education. He furthered his study in ministry by completing a certificate program with Interdenominational Theology Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia. He incorporates the knowledge and skills garnered from his studies in his approach to educating, counseling, andempowering his church members and community members at large. Pastor Thomas serves as the Senior Pastor of The Renewed Church of Los Angeles.
Mike Thompson, Executive Officer of The LGBT Community Center of the Desert, drops by the studios to brief Nicholas Snow on the 6th Annual Center Stage Gala, taking place Friday, October 30th, 2015, at The Riviera Resort and Spa. Self-identifying as a “One Woman Riot”, Kate Clinton returns to emcee this year’s Center Stage. Her quick-wit and timely humor will once again keep guests LOLing. This year’s gala will be headlined by Alex Newell, the powerful & mesmerizing performer best known for his starring role as transgender student Wade "Unique" Adams on Fox's musical comedy-drama Glee.
Mike Thompson joined the staff as Chief Executive Officer in June 2014 with more than 18 years of nonprofit leadership experience. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma in Business Administration, he previously served as the COO and Acting President of GLAAD and the Executive Director of Equality Utah. In addition, Thompson worked with the Gill Foundation and Gill Action to form One Colorado and has worked extensively as a leadership and organizational development consultant. Mike continues to work with CenterLink, the network of LGBT community centers across the nation, to develop a mission-focused governance curriculum for boards of directors.
This episode's main sponsors are Desert AIDS Project and Lulu California Bistro.
As we learn at TheCenterPS.org, "The story of The Center (also known as The LGBT Community Center of The Desert) is one of success. This vibrant organization is undergoing a dramatic expansion to better serve our seniors, to embrace the diversity of our Valley, to build camaraderie, to provide wellness and social services – and to enrich the lives of the LGBT community. The magnitude of commitment to The Center’s mission in this community is striking. Through the contributions of our members, volunteers, donors, business partners, board and staff, we are addressing urgent needs of hunger, depression, isolation and building a community center that brings people together for health, for wellness, for socializing, for FUN and for a broad array of shared interests."
On May 21st, 2015, at the beautiful home of Palm Springs City Council Candidate Geoff Kors and his husband, Palm Springs Unified School Board Member James Williamson, The Center's Executive Director Mike Thomspon addressed existing and future members of The Center's Ocotillo Club (major donors) about how far the organization has come, and where it's headed. They say, "Be a part of this success story as it unfolds. Join us...You are welcome here."
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Sharing coming out Stories and also how the church impacts the LGBT COMMUNITY and why do we shy away from going
Religion has been a source of both solace and suffering for many lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans. For while most LGBT Americans have been raised in an organized religion — and many continue to cherish their faith community — too many have been forced to leave those communities behind because of condemnation of LGBT people.
And yet in recent years, a growing number of organized religious groups in the United States have issued statements officially welcoming LGBT people as members. Many religious organizations also have taken supportive stands on the issues that affect LGBT people in America, such as the fight for freedom from discrimination, the solemnizing of same-sex marriage and the ordination of openly LGBT clergy.
LGBT Real Talk Radio welcomes the Rev. Valarie Oliver as our special guest for next weeks show on Religion in the LGBT Community. You won't want to miss this very informative show.
Show date/time: May 5, 2015 at 8:30pm est. You may call in to
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HIV and AIDS is an issue that the LGBT Community must address. HIV rates within Transgenders and gay males is especially alarming. LGBT Real Talk Radio will be talking about HIV within our community on our next show.
Please tune into our show on March 17, 2015 at 8:30pm est by calling (914) 205-5519. Press 1 if you wish to speak to the host. All callers remain anonymous. You may also listen to us online at www.blogtalkradio.com/lgbtrealtalkradio. If you have questions and you so not wish to speak live, then you may email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode of Nicholas Snow Live, Nicholas and guest co-host Jen Houston (a singer/songwriter, actor, entrepreneur and ally of the LGBT community) expose the truth behind religious bigotry, and in fact, bigotry of all kinds, offering their perspectives on recent attempts to legalize descrimination in the State of Indiana and elsewhere. Jennifer also reveals her own past stuggle with the desire to descriminate against those with whom she vehemently disagrees. Nicholas is also honored to present music from Jen's new album, I Was Told There Would Be Pie.
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Many LGBT people — particularly youth and seniors — experience higher rates of rejection, bullying, harassment, general mistreatment and even violence from the people and institutions that should be protecting them. The enormous effort of … hiding in order to avoid rejection from their families, employers, churches, schools, friends and neighbors can create an even greater sense of anxiety, fear and isolation. The LGBT population also has a higher tendency for suicide and self-harm.
Please join us in the studio on March 24, 2015 at 8:30pm est as we talk about this very important topic.
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This show is all about understanding and regaining the respect of our brothers and sisters who share the same roots. We continue to demoralize, disrespect and misrepresent ourselves as black people because of our sexualities, ethnicities and statuses in life. The "Conscious" community outlaws homosexuals, forgetting that they too are black and at the end of the day we must ALL unite to make positive changes within our communities. The LGBT community seem to only stand with black america when it involves gays and lesbians, forgetting that they too are black and that more than just their rights to practice their own sexuality and way of life are not the only issues. They too are outlawed simply for the color of their skin. With this discussion, we will have both communities hearing one another out to better understand our positions and ways of thinking as well as discussing solutions to meet on a common median where we can focus on the bigger issue of black people as a whole. We have to find a love for all of our brothers and sisters regardless of sexuality, if at all possible. You do NOT want to miss this explosive show!!
In this episode of the Nilo Radio Show, Nilo and Co-Host Sun752 discuss:
*Which Dating Sites are best and why.
*The recent rise of unarmed civilians being shot by police.
*Why many in the republican party have issues with the LGBT community.
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