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Houston Voice, No. 749, March 3, 1995 - File 017. 1995-03-03. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 12, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/331/show/318.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 749, March 3, 1995
Contributor
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Window Media
Date March 3, 1995
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 017
Transcript 16 HOUSTON VOICE/ MARCH 3, 1995 Use for Special Parties or Events, Sales Promotions, Gifts CUSTOM T-Shirts ONE or ONE HUNDRED Your image in FULL COLOR on Premium-Weight Fruit of the Loom 100% Cotton White T-Shirts or Tank Tops 2-day turnaround We can reproduce your logo, color photo or slide, or computer disk image $9.50 each INITIAL SET-UP CHARGE: $20 Photos on Shirts (713) 529-2325 -<K Gay & Lesbian Catholics & friends Celebrating 20 Years - Houston's oldest lesbian/gay/ bisexual religious organization done. CzidiaU 'Dailti & Commiinitul Miss Saturday 7:30 p.m. Worship Service Sunday 5:30 p.m. We offer the Sacrament of Reconciliation upon request before or after Mass. 1307H Yale 880-2872 Inclusive Liturgy celebrated. JTodc-s bienvenidos! ill UPPER DECK A Guesthouse Get Your Reservations in Early for SPRING BREAK Newly remodeled 15-room paradise in the heart of beautiful South Padre Island p only 500 feet from the Giilf of Mexico. All rooms have A/C, cable TV, private bath, and continental breakfast is served daily. Heated swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Available airports, Brownsville - Continental, Harlingen - Southwest, American We accept Visa/MasterCard 120 E. Atol Street P.O. Box 2309 South Padre Island, Texas 78597 (210) 761-5953 FAX (210) 761-4288 WRITE OR CALL FOR BROCHURE Forum on religion and homosexuality scheduled at UH Are gay people going to hell? Or are they just as accepted, in a closer analysis of the teachings of religion, as any other people? These are among the questions that will be discussed as GLOBAL (the Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Alliance at the University of Houston), in conjunction with the UH Student Program Board, sponsors a forum on religion and homosexuality. The event will be held on March 15 at 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. at the Satellite Hill on the UH campus. This very timely important topic in our society will be discussed in a manner conducive to an exchange of ideas, organizers said. A variety of speakers will share their views, including Rev. Janet Parker of Maranatha Metropolitan Community Church; Rev. Troy Plummer of Bering Methodist Church; Fr Paul Gallagher from the UH Catholic Newman Center; Rabbi Stuart Fed- erow from the UH Hillel, and more to be announced. Revs. Parker and Plummer are both openly gay clergy, and Fr. Gallagher and Rabbi Federow are part of the campus religious community. The panelists will be asked to share the views that they represent to religion and homosexuality. Audience questions will be encouraged. "What we are hoping for here is a sharing of information, and hopefully more understanding," said Ruben Cantu, president of GLOBAL. "We don't want any knock down, drag out fights. We want to hear what people have to say and hopefully answer some questions," The Satellite Hill is located off of Entrance 16, near the corner of Elgin and Cullen, For more information, call Ruben Cantu, call Ruben Cantu at (713) 743-7539. ONE TEACHER IN TEN ■ edited by Kevin Jennings Educators describe their efforts to be openly gay and proud. "Comiielllng tflcei of Ufa from the battleflnld." —In Newiweeldy HntH fTEACHED I IN -1/^~"i ONE TEACHER IN TEN edited by Kevin Jennings «9.95 In book-ttwM, a rnluin IMi id •Mf- tl 1.00 l_portpa\ti) to ordw by mall. .M_ ALYSON PUBLICATIONS Dept. P-5, 40 Plympton St., Boston, MA 02118 •■« 1307 FAIRVIEW ■B V (3 blocks West of Montrose) (713) 529-1414 THf tlUt MAC! m • Alignment • Brakes BILL CLAIRE FAMILY MORTUARY Private Cremation $475 Complete Cm aid Cotom fr it fata) ."CompliliTuniril • Pn-Arringid SirvlCM • In-Homi Sirvkit • Pn-Nnd Intunncr • AM Iniuriaei Pali-iis Hon-nd 522-9030 2603 Soutknote • Houston • 77004 COMMUNITY GOSPEL CHURCH 501 E 18th at Columbia • Houston, Teias Services: Thurs • 7:30 P.M. MIDWEEK SERVICE * Spanish translation available for Sunday AM Service Pastor - Chris Chiles (713) 880-9235 "A Church Built On Love" $F KINGDOM H COMMUNITY CHURCH Catch a glimpse of the Kingdom of God Sunday School • 10 AM Sunday Worship Service - 11 A.M. Wednesdays: A Course in Miracles 7:JO P.M. Holiday Inn West Loop 3131W. Loop South (Opposite Tronsco Tower) PO. Box 667032 • Houston 772667032 , 528-6756 J ASK THE PASTOR Rev Janet Parker Q: Can all sins be forgiven? What is required? Arc there any sins that cannot be forgiven? A: Jesus Christ shed His blood so that our sins may be forgiven. In Hebrews 922 we read. "Without the shedding of blood, there is no forgiveness of sins." In I John 1:9 we read, "If we confess our sin. He (Chris!) is faithful and just and will forgive us our sin and cleanse us from all unrighteousness." We also read in Psalm 103:12. "As far as the east is from the west, so far has God removed our transgressions from us." This is a beautiful passage for it tells us that not only does God forgive, but God also forgets. God only requires us lo repent (turn away from the direction we are headed in and go the opposite way) and confess our sin (agree with God that u is sin), and we are forgiven Sins are not rated in the Bible as one being more severe than another Sin is sin. We tend to rank our own sins, but God looks at the heart. For example, one may ■jew murder as the most horrible sin Ihe Bible addresses anger as severe as murder. My iuggestion in dealing with sin in each of our lives is to be open to God's direction and deal- ngs with sin. whether it is severe or trivial in our eyes. Sin separates us from God and hinders our fellowship with one another. Ihe only sin that is mentioned in scripture that cannot be forgiven is given in Matthew 12:31.32 "And so I tell you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven all people, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven. Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Humanity will be forgiven, but anyone who speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age lo come." Here we see not a particular sin. but an attitude being Addressed Odd's grace is suffi- to cover every sin. The one who continues in conscious and stubborn hatred against God untucking the working of the Holy Spirit), may one day find their soul in such a state that repentance is no longer possible. Faith in Christ Jesus will be so far removed thai salvation will never be a reality. It is ncvt;r our P'ace to judge another person's salvation. It is not up to us to say if an -unpardonable sin'' has been committed. 1 believe that this is led up to God to know and understand. What I do know is that the enemy. Satan, would like to frustrate Christians continually with repetitive sins. If a person finds it impossible to overcome a stronghold in their lite thev may think that it Is unforgiveable because ot the frcquenc) with which n is repented. Jesus was quick to tell us lhat we must forgive our brothers and sisters seventy times seven. II that is so. Ihen. even more so, God forgives us ■*" ■ times infinite number of IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ASK THE PAS TOR A QUESTION, WRITE: REV. JANET PARKER, MARANATHA FELLOWSHIP MCC, P.O. BOX 667032, HOUSTON, TX.
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