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Houston Voice, No. 754, April 7, 1995 - File 027. 1995-04-07. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 23, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/4999/show/4992.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 754, April 7, 1995
Contributor
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Window Media
Date April 7, 1995
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript 26 HOUSTON VOICE / APRIL 7. 1995 Body Positive announces benefit performance of 'Perestroika' Da\id Whelan (Joseph Pitt) and Joseph ire's production of "Angels in Ameri tier's epic. "Perestroika," begins pe tive's benefit preview is April 15 On Saturday. April 15 at 7:30 p.m.. the AIDS service organization Body Positive will sponsor a special benefit performance of " Perestroika." the second part of Tony Kushner's epic "Angels in America," on the Alley Theatre's Neuhaus Arena Stage. Tickets are $50. and may be purchased hv calling (713) -24-2374. "Angels m America" has garnered more awards—including the Pulitzer Prize, two Tony Awards, and London's Evening Standard Award — than any other American drama in recent history. Writing in Newsweek, drama critic Jack Kroll called ii "a Broadway godsend." Frank Rich of The New York Times praised the work as "the most thrilling American play in years." Hailing it as "a true millennial work of art, uplifting, hugely comic, and pantheistically religious in a very American style." The Alley Theatre's regular run of "Angels in America" is almost completely sold out. Body Positive is one of the few organizations to still have tickets available for "Perestroika." "Angels in America" traces the relationships of two New York couples as they struggle to understand each other and themselves. Louis Ironson is a gay, Jewish worked processor living in Manhattan with his lover Prior Walter, who has just been Haj (Louis Ironson) in the Alley Thea- ca." The second part of Tony Kush- 'formances on April 18: Body Posi- diagnosed with AIDS. Joe Pitt is an ambitious Morman lawyer with a bright future in the Reagan administration. He finds it increasingly dit ficult to cope wilh his mentally unslahle wife Harper, who is addicied to sedalives and spends her days cloistered away in the confines of their Brooklyn apartment. Into this mix playwright Kushner sprinkles a host of unlikely characters: Roy Cohn. an angel. Mormon pioneers from the nineteenth cen- lury. the oldest living member of Russia's communist party, and the ghost of Ethel Rosenberg. Founded in 1988 by six Houstonians concerned aboul the AIDS crisis. Body Positive's mission is to encourage individuals at risk of HIV infection to get tested; and to help those infected with HIV to actively manage their lives and health for maximum quality of life. Body Positive is one of the few organizations to address specifically the needs of the asymptomatic HIV—positive individual. Its objectives include providing affected individuals with emotional support, education and opportunities to socialize. Body Positive is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. For more information on the special performance of "Perestroika," please call (713) 524-2374. ^ KINGDOM ^ COMMUNITY CHURCH Catch a glimpse or the Kingdom of God Sunday School - 10 A.M. Sunday Worship Service - 11 A.M. Wednesdays: A Course In Mlracle-s - 7:30 P.M. Support the BERING CARE CENTER COMMUNITY GOSPEL CHURCH 501 E. 18th at Columbia • Ho Services: RVICE 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" ■* ma 3 SI o a a SUA a v-i m i w i S;*n v a YHai* i a a d ■- DOJ. g§ I13A3 : 3 G m .*.' xi~- timi VIN3N V 1 3 5 z a an 8« ;w 11 'n%*3 Dan Si v'ci'v d i .. r :. NO dssj. 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Box 667032-Houston 77266-7032 ^ 528-6756 J Gay & Lesbian Catholics & friends Celebrating 20 Years - Houston's oldest lesbian/gay/ bisexual religious organization \Come CadiaU 9oti£ & Community. 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. iTodos bienvenidos! — i ..' il 1 (PaidAdvertistniLiit) I ASK THE PASTOR Q: "I'm confused about the 'unpardonable sin' that the Bible talks about. I thought Jesus' death parduDMl ill . Janet Parker A This is ;i question lhat has plagued many people l know oi » man who suffers from a mental disorder. When Iw gets confused lit hears voices who tell him lo blaspheme ihe Holy Spirit. His religious training taught him that ihis sin was un pardon able He would call me 10 see if he had committed ihis sin alter listening to the voices and responding] 0) cursing the Holy Spirit His heart was very repentant and he was truly sorry and did not mean it. For this person I do not believe that he committed the unpardonable sin. There are some churches who dwell on legalism and control and fear For those of us who were raised in this environment, we respond to the Moots" of the Bibk. We worry about what will happen to us "it" we do a particular thing Dwelling on the negative instead of the positive aspects of Ood can fill our minds with worry and fear. This same fear has led many people to worry about committing this unpardonable sin I would say that if you are worried about it. then you haven't committed it! II we look at the passages thai deal wilh this "unpardonable sin" we tind an answer First of all. we must realize that Jesus died for ALL of our sins. When our hearts are truly repentant (this means that wc turn from our sin and walk in a new direction). God cleanses us and forgives us of all of our sin. In the gospel of Mark 3:28,29 we find the reference question today Jesus is addressing the Pharisees (the religious legalist of the day! Jesus is s.i>- ing lo the Pharisees that for every kind of sin and every form of blasphemy or slander, forgiveness is lable WHEN SIN IS REPENTFD OF. So what is the problem? The nature of this sin is such thai does nol repent of it. because those who commit it and persist in ii do not know that they are Jesus had been going around healing and delivering people of all kinds of diseases and _r..its. The Pharisees had accused Jesus of doing this by the power of Satan instead of by the power of Ihe Holy Spirit. Their eyes were so tightly closed lo the light that lor diem light had become darkness and good had become evil. Ihe light is there for those who will accept, but if someone refuses the light, where else can they hope to receive illumination'' In Luke 1210 Jesus is talking about blaspheming the Holy -Spirit that involves a refusal lo receive the power ol the Spirit offered to every per- them from denying Jesus as Lord. The Apostle Peter denied knowing Christ, but was repentant of his sin The power ,-fihc Holy Spirit was received by Peter when he repented of his sin There was forgiveness and restoration for him When Paul (Saul) was struck down on the road to Damascus, he heard a voice and saw a bright light If he had not responded positively to this voice and ght and listened lo God. Paul may very well have continued in his own way and never received God's gift of salvation We are talking about a person who refuses to see their need for repentance and illumination. This person walks in darkness and has rejected the light forgiveness is ALWAYS available through Jesus Christ to the person who sees the condition of iheir soul and repents IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ASK THE PASTOR A QUESTION, WRITE: REV. JANET PARKER, MARANATHA FELLOWSHIP MCC, P.O. BOX 667032, HOUSTON, TX. 77266-7932.
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