Bishop Flunder speaks at Boston University School of Theology Human Rights Conference click below to learn more...
The Mile Hi Church of Denver featured Bishop Flunder this Sunday. Watch below for amazing music with The Denver Gay Men's Chorus, and a life-changing conversation about the true meaning of Christianity. The brilliant Bishop Yvette Flunder shares the power and importance of building a community of radical inclusion.
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State Senator Pat Spearman (Nevada) and TFAM pastor spoke about her background last night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, saying "I'm a veteran, a minister, an African American, and I'm a proud member of the LGBTQ community." She also expressed her support for Hillary Clinton and challenged Donald Trump.
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The AIDS Project of the East Bay will now have their one stop shop located in our building come August 1st. Watch this clip where our own, Angela Green, speaks about all APEB is doing in the Black community and now in Oakland. Learn more at https://apeb.org/ . In this clip and on the website, find out about their #unapologetic campaign for Trans Rights.
Video Credit: Black Renaissance
Rev. MacArthur Flournoy, the Director of Faith Partnerships for the Human Rights Campaign, discusses the necessity of overcoming differences to come together in times of tragedy on the Bay Area's Black Renaissance.
Watch the video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/PNvvBZtxri4
Bishop Flunder had the opportunity to attend the National Bar Association panel discussion on: "The Struggle Between Religious Liberty and Social Equality -- The Obergefell Decision". She participated in a very insightful discussion on a panel that consisted of lawyers, bishops, and pastors.
Photo credit: Hulon Mike Willis
I have been searching all day for words that will speak to the anguish this child is experiencing. I have been watching children weep over their dead from unfettered violence for days now, from country to country and conflict to conflict. I have forced myself to watch them and to hold them virtually. Their tears beg the question, "What will come of me now, and why would anyone do this horrible thing to me and my loved one?"...Innocence gone...their weeping replaced with a blank stare of hopelessness. Many folks have recommended that I give up hope for a better world, and surrender to the belief that this pain is just a sign of the times. They say my focus should be on preparing my soul and the souls of others for heaven...but when I look into the eyes of these children and hear the depth of their sorrow, I cannot, we cannot look beyond them for heaven. Sympathy is not the remedy either, they need justice...not in the by and by but in the here and now!
Human Family, we are not helpless. There is more good in the earth than evil. For Good's sake, for God's sake get up, get out and do justice!
Bishop Yvette Flunder (from FB post)