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Houston Voice, No. 814, May 31, 1996 - File 011. 1996-05-31. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 12, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/515/show/496.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 814, May 31, 1996
Contributor
  • Bell, Deborah Moncrief
Publisher Window Media
Date May 31, 1996
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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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Transcript 10 HOUSTON VOICE / MAY 31, 1996 m KOLBE PROJECT 111 it' II A house of spirituality and WJfTi*-1 I ministry for the gay & lesbian community. POT LUCK DINNER - Thurs., June 6, 7:00pm Please bring food. Community Concerns discussion by Fred Gaines "Being African-American & Gay" Prayers for Healing with Anointing Thurs., June 13, 7:30pm MOVIETIME FRIDAY NIGHT Friday, June 21, 7:30pm "Love & Human Remains" Catholic Mass - Every Mon. 730pm - Wed. 8*30am - Fit 10am 1509 Fairview Street • (Montrose) • Houston, Tx 77006 '— al Parking on Hyde Ptufc cul-de-sac. (713) 522-8182 Join us for uncommon worship COVENANT An American Baptist Church, founded 1965 We welcome persons of all racial and ethnic heritages, all sexual orientations and all faith perspectives to our Christian community. Covenant meets in the facilities of Beliaire Christian Church, 6610 Alder. 668-8830. Sunday Worship at 1:30pm, education hour at 3:00pm. http://www.neosoft.com/-cov COMMUNITY GOSPEL CHURCH "A (ftunui SuM Ota £aae" 501 E. 18th at Columbia • Houston, TX Services: * Sun. t*iT:0O A.M. PRAISE & WORSHIP Sii***, • 7:00 P-M. EVENING SERVICE Thurs. f 7:30 P.M. MIDWEEK SERVICE * Sign Language Interpretation for thc Hearing Impaired (713) $$0-9235 tl'.tul Advertisement) ASK THE PASTOR Rev. Janet Parker mWkm. Q: "I want to be an example to others in my Christian walk V How can I help someone who doesn't want to be helped? What can I do to lead them when they don't appear to be interested?" A: Last week I share with you the importance of living oui lives for Christ t»\ our actions and interactions wilh others. It h generally nol ihe "preacher" type who wins Ihe favor of others for God. Ii is the one who lives iheir life full of joy. sincerity, truth, integrity and peace thai has the greatest influence on others for Jesus. I began lo look al ihe stages lhal mosi people go through in becoming a Christian, or entering into a relationship »ilh Christ. The first stage was one of unconcern, or not caring or seeing a need for a spiritual life. The second stage was one o concern. A person was able to sec the need to pursue development of a spiritual life and tin need for God. This week we will look at the remaining three stages. The third stage is one of being convicted. The person now has enough information and is be ing challenged b) the Hoi) Spirit lo do something about iheir spiritual needs. It is very im* portant at this time thai you spend a lot of lime praying for this person. Your prayers will help ihem listen and respond to ihe working of the Holy Spirit. Il is at this stage lhal the person real!) needs to be in fellowship with olher Christians. Exposing hungry seekers to praist and worship, to leaching and good preaching allows the Spirit of God lo continue the conviction process. If it is successful, it will take Ihem to the next stage. fhe fourth stage is repentance. Repentance is making an about face and walking in an opposite direction Instead of living for self and ihe world, a person is now ready to turn arounc and walk with God It is at this stage that a person realizes thai they were living their life for themselves in a selfish way. Sin is the desire to he independent of God. Sin is wanting lo your own life apart from God's help. Sin is taking mailers into your own hands. When a person realizes thai thev were made to live in relationship with God. repenlance brings ihem to the place of acknowledgment Here a person learns aboul forgiveness and how to and begin a new life We must noi get in the way of letting a person go through this stage. It beautiful experience and a freeing one. Here God frees us of our own stubborn wills so thai we can be free to be what and who God made us to be. brings us lo ihe final stage: faith. Here a person receives the gift of faith to believe that God can lead them ever) siep of the way in life victoriously, The gift of faith enables a per- believe and accept God's word as truth. Wilh ihis gift not only comes the assurance of a relationship with God as God's child, but it gives you strength to live each day. It is the beginning of a lifetime of excitement and fulfillment! This is the place where a person is born anew of the Spirit of God. Once a person reaches stage five, you have just begun a discipleship relationship with this person. Now. more than ever, thev will need your encouragement to guide them along ih new waj of life. It is as if sou are taking a baby b\ ihe hand. Give them lime lo grow and learn and explore Here your example to them is more critical than ever. Ihey are looking up to you. Il is a powerful experience1 IF V Ol WOULD LIKE TO ASK THE PASTOR A QUESTION. WRITE: REV. JANET PARKER, MARANATHA FELLOWSHIP MCC, P.O. BOX 667032, HOUSTON, TX. 77266-7932 KINGDOM COMMUNITY CHURCH Catch a glimpse of the Kingdom of God Sunday School - 10 A.M. Sunday Worship Service - 11 A.M. Wednesdays: A Course in Miracles - 730 P.M. 4404 Blossom at Snovcr 713-862-7533 BILL CLAIRE FAMILY MORTUARY Private Cremation $575 Complete Care tnd Concern for the Fimily Complete Funeral • Pre-Arranged Services In-Home Services • Pre-Need Insurance • All Insurance Policies Honored 2603 Soulhmore Houston, TX 77004 522-9030 A soft answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger. Proverbs 15:1 Bittemesss is like a boomerang, The moment you fling it, It returns. m_\ lift Bering Memorial United Methodist Church ^j^ 1440 Harold St. Houston, Texas 77006 (713)526-1017 FELLOWSHIP PRAISING • TEACHING ENCOURAGING SUNDAY 11** |/An evangelical ministry with celebration services of Praise, Prayer and Study of God's word. Bible Class: 10am " * 3400 Montrose, Suite 600 (Handicap accessible) (Montrose at Hawthorne) For into, on weekly home groups, call 528-6756 . Gad liv.i VOU, h Ciim ihin Ihi LOVING EXPERIENCE. Serving the Gay, Lesbian, Bt-iexaal Cernminit) sf Catholic* t Friends. Becene ■ part ef Dignity U.S.A. SERVICES Saturdays 7:30 pm Traditional Mass Inclusive liturgy celebrated. Call and press 4 for our Social Event* & Schedules. Todoe bienvenidoal (FuU details in 55 - 96 Gay and Lesbian Yellow Pages) In the Heights 1307 Yale Ste. H Phone 880-2872 §>Uvtna %#mt Wtslj IGtst: HIV/AIDS Transitional Living Home • Fruit Juices: apple, grapefruit, orange, cranberry • Soft Drinks: cola, diet cola, uncola, fruit flavors • Copier Paper • Cleaning supplies: bleach, Lysol spray Lysol liquid, dishwasher detergent, dishwashing liquid, laundry detergent • Paper goods: paper plates, 6 02. drinking cups, napkins, paper towels, bathroom tissue, facial tissue • Garden Hoses (2) • Water Dispenser w/ hot and cold spickets • Smoke Detectors w/ carbon dioxide sensors • Microwave oven • Hospital Overbed tables (2) • Patio table and chairs w/ umbrella • A larger house w/ 5-6 bedrooms, 3-4 baths • A smaller house or apartment for offices and room for visitors All donations are tax deductible. For questions, or would like to volunteer, call: (713) 522-5757
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