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Meet Marc Adams!

Meet Marc Adams and hear his story and journey toward healing and wholeness!!

Growing up the son of a fundamentalist Baptist minister is tough enough. Growing up gay in an environment where your parents, teachers and peers deem evangelical Christians like Jerry Falwell as leftwing liberals is an entirely different experience.

Marc Adams grew up in such a home. In an effort to save his own life, he decided at age 16 to rebel against his parents and attend Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University where he thought he could find a way to change his behavior from homosexual to heterosexual. His experience there changed his life and jump started his journey to self acceptance and personal freedom…

Marc Adams is a widely respected authority on subjects ranging from fundamentalism, the religious right, gay civil rights as well as his ground breaking work with his own nonprofit, HeartStrong. HeartStrong is a social justice organization providing hope and help to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students who are persecuted in religious educational institutions.

Hear his story THIS Sunday!!!

(Excerpts from http://www.meetmarcadams.com/mma/AboutMarcAdams.html)

http://www.meetmarcadams.com/

http://www.heartstrong.org/

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Thank you. :)

    July 24, 2012

  • Rachelle B.

    There is free parking at Clark and Morse, also look on Lunt between Greenwood and Ashland, or a few of the streets which run parallel to Morse. Paid parking is along Morse and usually abundant spaces are available near Ashland and Morse. I hope this helps.

    July 24, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Could you please tell me about the parking at this location please? Thank you.

    July 23, 2012

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