Recommended websites -- Jan. 28, 1999
- CALLED OUT INFORMATION SERVICE
Spiritual resources are always precious. On the Web, a couple sites
that are supportive and of interest to GLBT people, and their friends
and supporters are:
Soul Food Ministry (http://soulfoodministry.org)
This site "feels" quiet. There is a noticeable lack of animations,
music and other kinds of jiggery-pokery so often found on the Web today.
Made up of three areas, they concern "the arts of holy listening and
prayer in stillness, solitude and community", the Good News and selected
ecumenical resources represented in links. This site is accessible in
both English and Spanish.
Don't miss the essay on how various types of Biblical scholars might
"exegete" an everyday stop sign.
http://www.whosoever.org/ takes surfers to the Whosoever site.
Describing itself as "An Online Magazine for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and
Transgendered Christians", Whosoever posts a bimonthly collection of
articles with a changing theme. The January/February issue is on Hope;
the next issue will look at Faith.
The current issue has several sections: articles specifically on
spirituality, feature articles, letters to the editor, sermons, Bible
study and humor pieces. Among other approaches, the articles look at
Hope sent from God in terms of religious legalism, "ex-"Gays, and being
It is almost too easy to spend a couple hours with each issue, learning
more about our individual relationships with the living Christ.
More sites in two weeks....
Called Out moderator