My Favorite/ Often Visited Web Sites
My new home in Austin. The congregation may be small in numbers but it is large in faith and love! Our building may not be finished, but we do have a church! MCCA is lead by the wonderfully vibrant Rev. Ken Martin.
The world's largest gay and lesbian church. One can hear Rev. Piazza's weekly sermons or even view them with the RealAudio and RealPlayer applications used. This site also gives important information to those needing help in coming out as well as daily devotionals.
My favorite movie's web site! A tender love story set during a hot summer on a London housing estate. Jamie, a relatively unpopular boy who skips school to avoid football, lives next door to Ste, a more popular athletic lad but whom his father and older brother frequently beat up. Such an episode of violence brings Jamie and Ste together Sandra (Jamie's mom) offers refuge to Ste, who has to sleep 'head to toe' with Jamie. Hence, the story tells of their growing attraction for one another, from initial lingering glances to their irrefutable love, which so magnificently illustrated at the end of the film. It deals with the tribulations of coming to terms with their sexuality and of others finding out, in light of Sandra's unwavering loyalty and defense of Jamie and the fear of repercussion should Ste's family find out.
Gay.com is a wonderful place to read about current gay/lesbian issues. The site has personals, chat, shopping, and new articles. Check out the pick of the week! Woo-hoo! If you ever go on-line and chat- look me up I’m SaintBear in the chat rooms.
“The source for computing and technology.” I love going here and updating my software and getting information about new products and things on the web. My #1 site for info for new versions/ hints for Unreal Tournament.
A wonderful site devoted to bears and their admirers. Everything from clip art to chat rooms, bear codes to book and film information. If you like big hairy guys- check this site out. (I myself prefer thinner not so hairy guys, but I love the resources available here.)
A very humorous site that pokes fun at the Christian Right. I just love the “Ministries” and the witty snippets- “Love the sinner- hate their clothes”.
The Soulforce principles of relentless nonviolent resistance as taught and practiced by M. K. Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. offer us a new/old way to renew our spirits and transform our society.
You know about Gandhi’s work in South Africa and India. You know how Dr. King applied Gandhi’s teachings to help inspire and inform his own nonviolent struggle for civil rights in the U.S. But have you ever taken their satyagraha or "soul force" principles seriously yourself?