KINSHIP-GEMEINSCHAFT

 

Kinship organisiert Mitglieder in Regionen mit der Hoffnung, dass die Menschen in jeder Region in der Lage sein werden, sich lokal zu verbinden und Veranstaltungen das ganze Jahr über zu planen. Viele dieser Regionen haben private Facebook- und WhatsApp-Gruppen, um mehr Kommunikationsmöglichkeiten zu bieten.

Vereinigte Staaten - KAPITEL
Colorado
Boulder/Denver Kapitel
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Florida
Zentralflorida-Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
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Greater Miami Kapitel
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Südwest Florida Kapitel
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Georgia
Atlanta Kapitel
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Kalifornien
Inland Empire Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
 
Los Angeles Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
Palm Springs Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
 
Sacramento Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
 
San Francisco Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
Maryland/DC Bereich
Maryland-Washington, DC Kapitel  Facebook  WhatsApp
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Kapitel Ereignisse
 
Massachusetts
Boston Kapitel
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Michigan
Michigan Kapitel
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Andrews University Kapitel
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Missouri
St. Louis Kapitel
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Nebraska
Lincoln Kapitel
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New York
New York City Kapitel WhatsApp
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Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
 
New-Mexiko
Albuquerque Kapitel
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North Carolina

Asheville Kapitel
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Oregon
Portland Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
Tennessee
Chattanooga Kapitel
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Texas
Nord-Texas Kapitel  Facebook  WhatsApp
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Washington
Seattle Kapitel
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Walla Walla Valley Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
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Vereinigte Staaten REGIONEN
Region 1
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, & Vermont
   Soziale Mediengruppen:  Facebook 
      Region Koordinator:
         David Thaxton, Angel Rivera email icon 35
 
Massachusetts
Boston Kapitel
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New York
New York City Kapitel  WhatsApp
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Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
 
Region 2
D.C., Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia, & West Virginia
   Soziale Mediengruppen:  Facebook  WhatsApp
     Region Koordinator:
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Maryland & Washington, DC
Maryland-DC Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
  
North Carolina
Asheville Kapitel
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Region 3
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, & Tennessee
   Soziale Mediengruppen: Facebook   
      Region Koordinator:
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Florida
   Soziale Mediengruppen: Facebook
Central Florida Kapitel
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 Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
 
Greater Miami Kapitel
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Southwest Florida Kapitel
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Georgia
Atlanta Kapitel
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Tennessee
Chattanooga Kapitel
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Region 4
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky,  Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, & Wisconsin
   Soziale Mediengruppen: Facebook      
      Region Koordinator:
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Missouri
St. Louis Kapitel
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Michigan
Michigan Kapitel
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Andrews University Kapitel
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Region 5
Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana,Oklahoma, & Texas
   Soziale Mediengruppen:  Facebook   
      Region Koordinator
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Texas
Nord-Texas Kapitel
    
Soziale MediengruppenFacebook  WhatsApp Logo 2 
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Region 6
• Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, & Wyoming
   Soziale Mediengruppen:   
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Koordinator:
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Colorado
Boulder/Denver Kapitel
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Nebraska
Lincoln Kapitel
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New-Mexiko
Albuquerque Kapitel
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Region 7
Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, & Washington
   Soziale Mediengruppen:  Facebook   
      Region 
Koordinator:
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Washington
Seattle Kapitel
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Walla Walla Valley Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
  
Oregon
Portland Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
 
Region 8
Nordkalifornien, Hawaii und Nevada
   Soziale Mediengruppen:  Facebook
      Region Koordinator:
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Northern California
Sacramento Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
San Francisco Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
Region 9
Arizona & Südkalifornien
   Soziale Mediengruppen:  Facebook
   Region Koordinator:
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Süd-Kalifornien
Inland Empire Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
Los Angeles Kapitel
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 Kapitel Ereignisse
There are no up-coming events
Palm Springs Kapitel
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Kapitel Ereignisse
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SDA Kinship International es una organización de apoyo voluntario que aboga por los derechos humanos de cada individuo. Creemos que toda persona es creada a la imagen de Dios y que nadie debe ser maltratado o discriminado por su orientación sexual. SDA Kinship International es una organización de apoyo voluntario que aboga por los derechos humanos de cada individuo. Creemos que toda persona es creada a la imagen de Dios y que nadie debe ser maltratado o discriminado por su orientación sexual. A través de la educación, el apoyo, y la reconciliación, Kinship International, Inc. facilita y promueve la comprensión y aceptación de los Adventistas GLTB entre ellos mismos y dentro de la comunidad mundial de la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día. http://www.sdakinship.org

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    Coordinator:
    August P. email icon 35 

Familie und Freunde
SDA Kinship’s family community is diverse and includes experienced and supportive family members: parents, pastors, church administrators, and other professionals, all having a common bond—an LQBTIQ+ family member. 
 
Discovering a relative is LGBTIQ+ can be emotional, difficult, and complex. While walking, or having walked this path before, members of SDA Kinship’s family community have used their experience and knowledge to develop strong, safe paths of communication between themselves and their LGBTIQ+ family members, even when disagreements linger. 
 
They are available and happy to share their stories and experiences.
 
If someone in your family is LQBTIQ+ and you are currently struggling with how to best love your LQBTIQ+ family member and reconcile that with your Seventh-day Adventist or Christian beliefs, or if you have already made progress on that journey, SDA Kinship’s Family Community welcomes you and wants to support you on your journey.
 
Join Kinship as a Family Member or Friend/Straight Ally here!
 
FAMILIE & FREUNDE BLOG-ARTIKEL (IN ENGLISCH)
VERBINDEND :)

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Mankind enjoys connecting with each other. How many of you look forward to seeing and connecting with your own families for celebrations, special gatherings, or just relaxing and having fun together?? How do you feel when a scheduled gathering is canceled or you can’t attend?

Recently many of us have experienced those feelings with our COVID-19 challenges of “stay at home” or “follow the social distancing” recommendations. Yes, the virus has caused immediate and very close difficulties for many of us. We can’t visit dear family members suddenly isolated in a hospital room for non-virus health issues. Or maybe you’ve lost a family member to a non-virus disease or other health issues, and you can’t even be with them or support your family members.

Being “disconnected” can be painful and emotionally impactive. Our feelings can run deep through separation and rejection. Many of us are feeling the results of separation and loss which we have no control over.

Today’s emotional challenges may be a real glimpse into the same emotional feelings and challenges LGBT+ families encounter often. As mentioned above, we human beings enjoy connecting with each other. We naturally experience many energizing responses inside ourselves—in our thoughts, emotions, and responses. We can feel happy and excited to be connected.

But if we are confused about a relationship—if we don’t fully understand a family member’s desires, beliefs, and behaviors—our connections can become bruised and even broken. Those uplifting feelings, those happy warm emotions turn cool—even cold. We can feel lost, and the misunderstood family member can feel rejected and helpless!

Both sides may wonder what to do, how to safely connect and grow rather than sever a desired family relationship and lose potential healing connections. Although each family is made up of individuals with unique genes and learnings, if we desire to learn and understand how each of us does feel and think, we can connect with other people and other families and be open to their experiences, growth, and acceptance.

Today Kinship LGBT+ members have created strong bridges of communication with each other around the world. And our Kinship Family & Friends members need to see the value in connecting with each other and helping ourselves understand many complicated and, possibly different, ideas and thoughts that can and will benefit ourselves and our families.

The positive art of connecting is flexible and variable; but together moms and dads, brothers and sisters, grandparents and aunts, uncles, and cousins can connect, share, and learn from each other. Working together, we can recover our intimate family connections and see our families bloom into healthy families.

Our Family & Friends ZOOM call on Sunday, June 14 is our start to meet new family members, our start to learn how to communicate and share safely, our start to help ourselves and our families grow into supportive, accepting, and loving people.

We look forward to CONNECTING on SUNDAY, JUNE 14. Save the date on your calendars! More details will follow for your safe connection and beneficial participation.

VERBINDEN - TEILEN - UNTERSTÜTZEN

The Wilts

Kinship Family & Friends wants to become experts and promoters of those three actions. Carolyn and John strongly believe that by CONNECTING all interested Family & Friends members we can enrich and enlarge our support and participation in Kinship's goals to make life better for all of its members and their willing family members. Imagine doubling or tripling active involvement of LGBTQ+ family members within their own families, with other families, and with other Kinship members. 

Once we are connected and know each other better, we can establish different lines of communication so we can SHARE family life situations and solutions with each other. Carolyn and John have over 25 years of experience and involvement with their gay son and his life. In addition, they have also connected and become friends and supporters of more gay and lesbian friends, transgender friends, and a few other LGBTQ+ folks. Imagine the personal knowledge and support we have collectively between all Kinship Family & Friends members! 

As we become familiar and comfortable sharing personal experiences, excellent articles and studies, valuable books, TV programs, and movies, we can help other families. We know a couple of pastors that have quietly asked their congregations, "How many of you have an LGBTQ+ family member, maybe not a son or daughter, but a niece or nephew, grandchild, cousin, brother, or sister?" Answers range between 40-45%, and that's just folks who know. How many silent families also exist in our congregations? Carolyn and John are comfortable that at least 50% of our congregation and faith friends probably have one or more LGBTQ+ family members; and we all know the stresses, confusions, emotions, and loneliness that can occur. 

This leads us to the third action to SUPPORT those families as we all walk along through our own family journey. None of us are experts with all the correct medical, psychological, or theological professional answers—if they even exist—but we all are parents, aunts and uncles, siblings, and grandparents. We do have real-life experiences with successes and mistakes.

So by connecting, sharing, and supporting, we can develop useful bridges of communication and understandings. Together we can make new friends, learn new ideas and information, and help more families grow loving, understanding, and accepting. 

Please feel free to comment and add to this concept. How would you like to connect? What useful ideas and suggestions popped into your mind as you read this? 

LET'S START CONNECTING!

LET'S BE TENACIOUS!

The WiltsToday's world is a bit chaotic! A few weeks ago our political world was filled with various discussions, opinions, needs, and desires and gatherings. Our physical world was moving out of wintertime and looking forward to springtime with less snow, tornadoes, and rain, and more wildflowers and wonderful sunsets. Suitcases and hiking backpacks were coming out of their closets getting ready for fun trips, looking forward to cruises, vacations, school proms and graduations, and spring break. Then suddenly our world changed!

Our plans were dampened and some were washed away. The virus arrived and, with it, major changes to our plans, our lives, and our immediate futures. 

So what? We can overcome it! God has given each of us the ability to be tenacious, to be strong and accepting of our temporary "new" world.

One day our gay son Aric discovered a tree near our lakeside cabin in the California High Sierras. This 80-feet tall pine tree stood boldly upright on a 20-foot tall granite ledge. It only had two roots to feed it and hold it upright. One root grew toward the mountain into rich soil and rocks. The second root snaked its way back and forth, over and down the face of the ledge. It was over 30 feet long, almost 2 feet in diameter, and at its far end it dropped straight down about 5 feet into its rich soil.

Aric came back to the cabin and said, "Mom and Dad, I've got something neat to show you." And he drove us back over to "the tree." We walked up and studied "the tree." He and I climbed up the ledge and found the back good root, then we came back to the front and examined the bold exploring root. Wow, it had worked hard to find food for its tree!

Aric said, "Mom and Dad, this is my tenacious tree. It reflects my life and our family life!"

He was correct. As I've studied the word tenacious, I found that it fit our family's needs. And today it also fits our Kinship Family & Friends' needs.

Tenacious can mean "holding firmly" like that root held its tree firmly to the ground and granite ledge. As Kinship members and family and friends members, we can also purposely hold firmly to each other, to support each other, to even be roots of emotional and loving support to each other and keep ourselves and our families upright and firm.

Tenacious can also mean being stubborn and persistent. Again, I'm sure that tenacious root was stubborn and persistent when the strong winds tried to blow it's tree over, tried to end it's life; but the root wouldn't let go—it hung on! Sometimes when the winds of hate and misunderstanding try and blow us over, insult our members and bruise our families, we can also support each other and not let go either.

Another tenacious definition reflects on being strongly cohesive or adhesive. Through tenacity, we can stick together and support each other. Don't give up and let anyone or anything pry you away from your family and friends. Sadly, we still have many folks that honestly don't understand. They still believe what they've been incorrectly taught, and only our loving tenacity can start to change their feelings and beliefs.

Finally, tenacity is also being retentive: the ability to retain or remember. So as you think about your own lives, your own families, your own life experiences, search out the positive and fun memories, recall and share those tenacious memories. They are great tools and emotional triggers to make a moment or maybe a day brighter and survivable.

Thanks, Aric, for finding your tenacious tree. Your thoughts and feelings about it were right on. Today our family memorial plaque for Aric still sits below that tenacious root. If you ever visit the June Lake Loop, off of highway 395 in Mono County, let us know and we'll tell you how to find the tenacious tree.

Blessings to all, and happy tenacity!

GEFÜHLE & EMOTIONEN

The Wilts

Feelings are the world’s universal language. Do you have feelings? Do you know where they come from? Or what caused them? Do they impact your life? Are they important to you and your life?

YES should have been your answer for every question. Our feelings are us. They reflect where we are emotionally at the time we felt them. And if you think a moment about feelings, have you noticed that everyone has them no matter who they are or where they are? People around the world laugh in the same way. They giggle or explode with laughter when something funny occurs in their sight or mind or hearing. We also cry and feel bad when something sad happens in our lives.

Each of us, as a person, is impacted daily by our feelings. Our feelings are also alive and well in our relationships with others and their relationship with us. Our partners, our families, our friends, and our enemies all generate feelings when we interact, some great, some just good, some sad, and some really create anger and hate. That’s us. That’s our feelings. And to live better lives, have better relationships and better family communication, we need to understand where feelings come from. We need to understand what they mean to each of us.  

Our feelings are us. Just like my brain is me. I am my brain. My feelings are me. I am my feelings. Some folks don’t agree when we share those statements on a marriage encounter weekend. But over 40 years and several hundred weekends we have personally watched thousands of husbands and wives discover their feelings, learn to share and accept each other’s feelings, and often see their acceptances of each other. Their understandings of each other become acceptable and even desired as they personally learned how to find feelings, share feelings safely, build safe communication bridges between each other, and bond together in loving support. 

Marriage encounter basically focuses on husbands and wives, but we urge them to share their new communication tools with their children, and we’ve had many share how successful their family communications became. Carolyn and I believe very strongly and emotionally that these tools will be very useful for our Kinship members and their families.   We want to teach and share about feelings, emotions, and personalities, creating safe bridges of communication within a family, with the goal of helping all family members understand and connect with all their willing family members. Our family communication workshop is almost ready for use.

Let’s stop a few minutes and chat about feelings. What are feelings? Our Adventist theologist taught they were right and wrong, correctable good ones and devil-imposed bad ones. Our pastors had a difficult time accepting the real fact that “feelings are an instantaneous reaction to a person, place, or situation.” They are not right or wrong! They are how our brains react to various stimulus. 

Feelings and their companion emotions are a new, vibrant topic being discovered in all relationships. Imagine a world without feelings! There would be no glue to bind humans together; life would be colorless and isolated. It was an honor to spend time with our Kenya Kinship members at Kampmeeting last summer. We laughed and cried over the same topics, over the same successes and challenges. Sharing feelings was a common communication tool that worked smoothly and successfully. We laughed and hugged throughout the Kampmeeting as they shared their journeys. Feelings are the same worldwide; languages are not. 

Let’s learn about our feelings. Some of us must search for them. Others have them handy and visible. Let’s become comfortable finding them and sharing them. We can all grow stronger, visible, and successful in our desire and goal to enrich families, especially new families, as they find our Kinship path and join our journey.

Look forward to hearing from anyone with their feelings, thoughts, suggestions, and comments.

DIE HOFFNUNGEN KINSHIP FAMILIE UND FREUNDE


The WiltsHello Family, Friends, and Kinship members—
Carolyn and I felt honored and humbled when we were invited to become coordinators of the Kinship Family & Friends activities. We have been loving and supporting members along with our gay son Aric for many years. Unfortunately, he lived in New York City so we didn’t physically attend together.

Over the years of enjoyable participation we have always felt warmly welcomed but often, after attending a Kampmeeting, we drove away wondering if we had helped the members in any way ... oh we shared great stories ... we laughed and cried over challenging moments ... we all had fun BUT...

.... what about the families that weren’t there ... what about the friends who weren’t sure they should attend too ... what about the moms and dads ... brothers and sisters ... aunts and uncles ... grandparents ... how do we reach out to them and help them want to accept ... attend ... and embrace the Kinship journey and their family members?

The Board asked us to create “our” program for Board review and acceptance. We did and they accepted. Let us briefly share our desires which will turn into goals as we formalize each area. Carolyn and I feel strongly about helping “ families” gain knowledge and understanding of the “LGBTIQ universe” ... (that’s John’s term) ... but he sees our human world as a large, complex, dynamic universe .... with many different swirling bodies made up of different ingredients .. beliefs ... opinions ... and feelings ... and focusing on the need to create and activate understanding and acceptance of our Kinship universe.

Also, we believe strongly about helping families build and maintain healthy family relationships. As we help family members understand and accept ... hopefully, we can help all members accept and absorb all feelings of life and love from all family members. We understand the challenges that can occur ... but we also have some excellent tools for finding and sharing feelings that can yield wonderful results. Feelings are the strongest internal ingredient each one of us has ... but finding them ... learning to share them effectively ... and accepting them is a gift that each one of us can do if we want to. Another goal is to help Kinship members and supporters learn those tools.

John, the scientist, also believes we need to create, assemble, and provide an accurate, trustable resource library of information ... programs ... interviews ... and other communications that all members can access for their specific needs. This “library” will also be available to any person or family reaching into Kinship for understanding and support. We feel strongly that concerned, confused, and even scared and depressed family members need a comfortable, safe, understanding, and available place to enter and explore. We have visited our present collection of information but, personally, believe it could become more interactive ... more personable for our own SDA universe ... even more, effective to every visitor.

As this activity matures and grows ... we dream of 1,000s of safe family rooms across the country where “new” families can come ... relax ... ask questions ... gain knowledge and support ... and hopefully, create strong bonds of understanding and love with their family member ... Of course, we also want to reach out and reconnect with Kinship families already knowledgeable and supporting ... because their family rooms may start to bring this dream true. 

Also please feel comfortable and free to offer new dreams ... ideas ... comments ... suggestions ... Carolyn and I are only the coordinators of this part of Kinship ... we do need your support too. Thanks for letting us be part of your Kinship movement ... Kinship is important ... sacred ... meaningful ... and appropriate.

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 Kommende Veranstaltungen
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Frau

KinWomen bietet Frauen einen sicheren Ort, um sich gegenseitig zu unterstützen und Lebenserfahrungen auszutauschen.

Soziale Mediengruppen
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    Direktor für Fraueninteressen: 
    Debbie Hawthorn-Toop email icon 35  

Jugend

KinYouth welcomes those who are under the age of 30, LGBTIQ+, or a friend or ally as members of the worldwide community of SDA Kinship International.

Join an ever-expanding community that walks together, with pride, in love and acceptance just as they are and just as God created them to be. Faith, spirituality, religious identity, sexual orientation, and gender identity all come together in this inclusive family whether you are "in" or "out of the closet" or discovering more about yourself.

You are unique, you are valued, and you are cherished!

Soziale Mediengruppenfb icon

      Direktor für Jugendinteressen:
      Peter Lu  
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Männer

KinMen bietet Männern einen sicheren Ort, um sich gegenseitig zu unterstützen und Lebenserfahrungen auszutauschen.

Soziale Mediengruppen:  fb icon

    Koordinator:
    (Vakanz) email icon 35 

Mayores de 65 años

The “Golden Years” can be challenging. You may find yourself free from the daily grind of work and parenting, but you’re likely also dealing with increased financial pressure, health problems, and social disconnection. LGBTIQ seniors often find these challenges magnified.

Kinship Seniors aims to provide mutual support by providing information and lively discussions in a welcoming environment. Many LGBTIQ seniors grew up in a time when homosexuality was a crime and considered a mental illness. Sometimes LGBTIQ seniors deal with people in terms of their finances, medical care, or housing, and continue those old practices of keeping a part of yourself private for safety’s sake.

Kinship Seniors on Facebook provides a safe place to connect and share. Kinship Kampmeeting will also provide opportunities to provide social connections and focused presentations that will provide helpful support.

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      Kinship Seniors Coordinator:
      Andrew Dykstra  email icon 35  

Transgender / Intersex

Diese Gruppen bieten Transgender- und Intersex-Mitgliedern einen sicheren Ort, um sich gegenseitig zu unterstützen und Lebenserfahrungen auszutauschen.

Soziale Mediengruppen:  fb icon

    Transgender-Koordinator:
    Randi  email icon 35  

    Intersex-Koordinator:
    Carolyn  email icon 35  

 


Auf der ganzen Welt
Afrika

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Afrika Regionaler Kontakt
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Kenia
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Lesotho
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Uganda
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Südafrika  WhatsApp
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Zimbabwe
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Asien
China
 (Umfasst Festlandchin aund Macao)
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• Taiwan
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Philippinen
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Manila-Kapitel
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Indonesien
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Malaysia / Singapur
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Südkorea
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Australien / Neuseeland
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Australien / Neuseeland Führungsteam
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Melbourne Kapitel email icon 35

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Brasilien
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Koordinator
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Kommunikationskoordinator
spacerFabio Lessa  email icon 35

Frauenkoordinatoren
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spacerNatalia Raquel Caballero

 Jugendkoordinator
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Nord-Brasilien-Kapitel
  (AC, AP, AM, PA, RO, RR, TO)
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Nordost-Brasilien-Kapitel
  (BA, SE, AL, PE, PB, RN, CE, PI, MA)
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Mittlerer Westen Brasilien Kapitel
  (DF, GO, MS, MT)
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São Paulo Kapitel
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Rio de Janeiro Kapitel
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Süd-Brasilien-Kapitel
  (PR, RS, SC)
spacerRodrigo Kolosque & Silas Thomé email icon 35
 
Südost-Brasilien-Kapitel
  (SP, RJ, ES, MG)
spacer(Vakanz)
 email icon 35
 
Europa
Soziale Mediengruppen: Facebook WhatsApp
Europäischer Koordinator
spacerRuud Kieboom  email icon 35
Kommende Veranstaltungen
Europäischer Jugendkoordinator
spacer(Vakanz) email icon 35  

Deutschland WhatsApp
spacerTanja Koppers  email icon 35 
Kapitel Ereignisse
Die Niederlande
spacerRuud Kieboom  email icon 35
 
England 
   Soziale Mediengruppen:  Facebook WhatsApp
spacerFührungsteam email icon 35  

Londoner Kapitel
spacerAdrian and Mel email icon 35
 
Manchester Kapitel
spacerOrnette  email icon 35  

Spanien
   Soziale Mediengruppen:  Facebook
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♥ Bienvenido a SDA Kinship en España. Seventh-day Adventist Kinship International es una organización de apoyo dedicada a lo espiritual, emocional, social y el bienestar físico de los adventistas actuales y anteriores del séptimo día que son lesbianas, gays, bisexuales y transexuales (LGBT). Creemos que todos somos creados a imagen de Dios y que nadie debe ser maltratado o discriminado a causa de sus diferencias de orientación sexual. Kinship es una organización de voluntarios que defiende los derechos humanos de todas las personas.◊
♥ Bienvenido a SDA Kinship en España. Seventh-day Adventist Kinship International es una organización de apoyo dedicada a lo espiritual, emocional, social y el bienestar físico de los adventistas actuales y anteriores del séptimo día que son lesbianas, gays, bisexuales y transexuales (LGBT). Creemos que todos somos creados a imagen de Dios y que nadie debe ser maltratado o discriminado a causa de sus diferencias de orientación sexual. Kinship es una organización de voluntarios que defiende los derechos humanos de todas las personas.◊
♥ Benvingut a SDA Kinship a Espanya. Seventh-day Adventist Kinship International és una organització de suport dedicada a l'espiritual, emocional, social i el benestar físic dels adventistes actuals i anteriors del setè dia que són lesbianes, gais, bisexuals i transsexuals (LGBT). Creiem que tots som creats a imatge de Déu i que ningú ha de ser maltractat o discriminat a causa de les seves diferències d'orientació sexual. Kinship és una organització de voluntaris que defensa els drets humans de totes les persones.◊
♥ Benvido á SDA Kinship en España. Seventh-day Adventist Kinship Internationall é unha organización dedicada á defensa, emocional, benestar físico e social espiritual dos adventistas actuais e antigos do sétimo día que son gays, lesbianas, bisexuais e transexuais (LGBT). Cremos que todos son creados á imaxe de Deus e que ninguén debe ser maltratados ou discriminados por mor das súas diferenzas de orientación sexual. O kinship é unha organización voluntaria que defende os dereitos humanos de todas as perso◊
♥ Ongi etorri SDA Espainian Kinship. Seventh-day Adventist Kinship International. da, espirituala, emozionala, soziala eta fisikoa Adventistas egungo ohia eta Zazpigarren eguneko diren lesbiana, gay, bisexual eta transexualen (LGBT) ongizateari eskainitako Sustapen erakunde bat. Guztiak ez daudela, Jainkoaren irudi eta inork ez tratu txarrak izan behar da edo diskriminatuta bere orientazio sexuala desberdintasunak sortu dela uste dugu. Kinship boluntario erakundea dela defendatzen du pertsona guztien giza eskubideak da.◊
Kanada
Östliches Kanada  
(Ontario, Quebec, Nunavut, New Brunswick, Neufundland, Neuschottland, Prince Edward Island)
spacerJerry McKay 
email icon 35
 
Westkanada  
(Britisch-Kolumbien, Yukon-Territorium, Alberta, Manitoba, Nordwestterritorien, Saskatchewan)
spacerDebbie Hawthorn-Toop  email icon 35
  

Alberta Kapitel
spacerKen Clarke & Debbie Hawthorn-Toop email icon 35

Vancouver BC Kapitel
spacer(Vakanz email icon 35
Karibik
Kuba
spacerJuan email icon 35
 
Jamaika
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Peurto Rico
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Mexiko

Soziale Mediengruppen: fb icon WhatsApp
spacerKoordinator:
spacer(Vakanz email icon 35

Südamerika
KinYouth Koordinator Español
spacerAugust P. email icon 35  fb icon
spacerOrt: Caracas   
 
Argentina
 
  Soziale Mediengruppen:  fb icon
spacerDario Franscovia email icon 35  fb icon
spacerOrt:  San Vicente, Misiones 
spacerTelefon: +54 9376-414-5918(Cel)
 
Bolivia
spacerJulio Leyva email icon 35
spacerOrt:  Lima, Perú
spacerTelefon:  +51 999-676-122 (Cel)
 
Chile
   Soziale Mediengruppen:  fb icon
spacerClaudio Mattias email icon 35  fb icon
spacerOrt:  Valparaiso  
spacerTelefon:  +56-9-5018-3185(Cel)
 
Colombia
   Soziale Mediengruppen:  fb icon
spacerJohny Ochoa email icon 35  fb icon
spacerOrt
:  Bogotá 
spacerTelefon: +57 300 8181074 (Cel)
Kommende Veranstaltungen
Bogotá Kapitel
  Demnächst! email icon 35

Medellín Kapitel
  Demnächst! email icon 35

Cartagena Kapitel
  Demnächst! email icon 35
 
Ecuador
spacerAugust P. email icon 35  fb icon
spacerOrt:  Caracas 
 
Paraguay
spacerAugust P. email icon 35  fb icon
spacerOrt:  Caracas 
 
Peru
spacerJulio Leyva email icon 35
spacerOrt:  Lima, Perú
spacerTelefon:  +51 999-676-122 (Cel)

 
Uruguay
spacerDario Franscovia email icon 35  fb icon
spacerOrt:  San Vicente, Misiones 
spacerTelefon: +54 9376-414-5918(Cel)

 
Venezuela
spacerAugust P. email icon 35  fb icon
spacerOrt:  Caracas 
 
Zentralamerika
Zentralamerika Führungsteam email icon 35
 
Belize email icon 35
 
Costa Rico
spacerAlvaro Acosta email icon 35  fb icon
spacerOrt:  Costa Rica 

spacerTelefon:  +506-8902-0617 (Cel)
 
El Salvador
spacerJosué Hernandez email icon 35  fb icon
spacerOrt:  El Salvador 
spacerTelefon:  +503-7737-8105 (Cel)
 
Guatemala
spacerSergio Bonilla email icon 35
 
Honduras email icon 35
 
Nicaragua email icon 35
 
Panama
spacerAlvaro Acosta email icon 35  fb icon
spacerTelefon:  +50686570428
 
 


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