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In over my head [userpic]

LOVE WON OUT: A dynamic one-day conference addressing, understanding and preventing homosexuality.

May 14, 2005 - Winnipeg, Manitoba - Canada
Calvary Temple
400 Hargrave St
Winnipeg, MB

For more information on the Canadian event, please contact Focus on the Family Canada toll free at 1-800-661-9800.

Focus on the Family is promoting the truth that homosexuality is preventable and treatable - a message routinely silenced today. We want people to know that individuals don't have to be gay. That's why we've developed a one-day conference for those looking for answers on this often-divisive issue. Whether you are an educator, parent, concerned citizen or even a gay activist, Love Won Out will inform, inspire and offer you hope.

At the Love Won Out conference, you'll hear from nationally known experts who have firsthand experience with the seldom-told side of the homosexual issue. You'll learn how to minister to a loved one who's dealing with homosexuality, respond to misinformation in our culture, defend biblical beliefs and prevent your child from embracing this destructive way of life. But mostly, you'll be reminded of the power of God's love and His desire to transform the life of a struggling homosexual to find freedom in Jesus Christ. Come and witness the type of love that draws men and women affected by homosexuality into the arms of their Creator.
c/o: Love Won Out: http://www.lovewonout.com/

Focus on the Family: http://www.fotf.ca/ check out the support marriage kit...more specifically...the marriage in jeopardy brochure.

In over my head [userpic]

For those interested:

There is a group in winnipeg called Female Freak Forum. It's for twenty something lesbians to do something that's not the bar. The events have been cheesy and fun. Potluck, bonfire, bowling, Festival, etc. Not there there are a lot of us here just yet, but I thought I'd spread the word anyhow...

Alissa [userpic]

So far, we are three. I wonder how many Manitobans there are in the LJ environment. Hmm.

At any rate, hello! My name is Alissa. I was born and raised in Brandon, but have lived in Winnipeg since 1998. My girlfriend and I are moving into our first apartment together tomorrow. I'm a singer-songwriter, and I participate in the Pride Coffee House every year. I miss Ms. Purdy's. I love Swerve, and I'm very involved with the magazine. And that's a quick synopsis of my queer life in Wpg.

So by all means, please introduce yourselves and let's chat amongst ourselves in the hope that others will join us.

Alissa [userpic]

Welcome to the new LJ community for queer women in Winnipeg, Brandon, Portage, Swan Lake, Thompson, Flin Flon, The Pas, and everywhere else in Manitoba! Happy chatting!

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