DURHAM, N.C. (RNS) — A harrowing journey toward gender transition led Yiscah Smith to find God's dwelling within. Now she teaches others to do the same.
(RNS) — Rather than being annoyed that you need to remember a new set of pronouns, view it as a chance to love someone in a very specific way that will speak to their heart and nourish their longing to be seen.
(RNS) — The hubris displayed in making sexuality the lynchpin of Catholic identity when bishops have failed to convince their flock that they are prepared to police predators could be countered with some listening.
Two Mormon mothers discuss the unique struggles of raising transgender kids, especially when the LDS Church is not supportive or dismisses gender dysphoria as something that will be healed in the afterlife.
(RNS) — The Rev. Donald Anderson, 70, executive minister of the Rhode Island State Council of Churches, will take a three-month leave beginning June 1 to complete a transition from male to female.
Pearcey's razor-sharp mind combined with a compelling personal story makes her a powerful, if undervalued, champion for conservatives.
When HHS does get around to writing its rules, it would do well to listen to the Catholic Health Association in developing rules that protect individual consciences but do not discriminate.
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ruled that the transgender service members who had sued over Trump's policy were likely to win their lawsuit.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump assured a high-profile gathering of Christian conservatives that his administration will defend religious organizations, promising a return to traditional American values.
Founded in 2003 as a group of Houston-area pastors, the Texas Pastor Council has grown into a burgeoning statewide apparatus with eyes on someday becoming a nationwide force.
(RNS) — Evangelical leaders who advise the president reportedly discussed reversing the policy during a recent gathering at the White House and sent a letter to the president asking for the action.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Cheers and condemnations greeted the president's tweet.
(Reuters) Opponents said they will likely seek to overturn the decision, arguing that the measure, backed by Christian groups, allowed for sweeping discrimination.
(RNS) Religious leaders have voiced mixed reactions to President Trump's reversal of protections that allowed transgender students to use the bathrooms that correspond with their gender identity.
(RNS) 'Where many people would say that they’re leaving Boy Scouts, we have many others that are saying that the Boy Scouts left them,' Trail Life USA's CEO said.