Soulforce Action at the Southern Baptist Convention in Indianapolis, June 13-16, 2004

The Southern Baptist Church is the 2nd largest denomination in the US, with over 15 million members. Southern Baptist believe that homosexual orientation is a sickness that needs to be healed and a sin that needs to be forgiven. This will be the 5th year in a row that Soulforce will be at the Southern Baptist Convention, spreading the truth about GLBT people, and offering hope to those still trapped by misinformation and untruth.

HELP US SPREAD THE TRUTH!

Photo Album: June 14, 2004

Photo Album: June 15, 2004

Photo Album: June 16, 2004

YOUTH STUDY GUIDE GEARED TOWARDS SOUTHERN BAPTIST YOUTH

** 5 minute web-video: Invitation to Indianapolis Starring Jamie McDaniel, Soulforce Southern Baptist Co-chair – CHECK IT OUT!!

Schedule (pdf)

Soulforce Alert #1 to Participants

Hotel Information (Soulforce Central)

Soulforce Press Release (06/17/04) Soulforce Report on Southern Baptist Action in Indiana – Anti-Gay Rhetoric Contiues

Soulforce Press Release (06/13/04) A Hundred Soulforce Volunteers Arrive in Indy to Spread Truth to Southern Baptists about Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender People

Soulforce Press Release (06/09/04) Soulforce announces plans to confront violent rhetoric with compassion at SBC’s annual meeting

Soulforce Press Release (05/20/04): Protesters to Confront Southern Baptist Teachings for 5th year in a Row

Soulforce Southern Baptist Denominational Page

RESOURCES TO PREPARE FOR THE SBC ACTION

SBC Resolutions against homosexuality (pdf)

SBC Sexuality Task Force Members (pdf)

Soulforce Letter to Members of the Task Force on Ministry to Homosexuals (pdf)

Sample Soulforce notecard to Task Force Members

What Professionals say about homosexuality (pdf)

Soulforce Case Against the Southern Baptists (2003)

Southern Baptist Campaign to Convert Gays to Heterosexuality (Planet Out Article)

Soulforce Response to the Southern Baptist Convention’s Task Force on Ministry to Homosexuals

Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth: A resource for Congregations in Dialogue about Homosexuality

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