A Note from TJ - As many of you the average salary for a progressive social justice Minister/ advocate is 35.000 a year. I now have an acuminating debt of 150,000 all from seminary Education. Furthermore, I plan to start a PHD program after I finish my MDIV. ourselves and each other from the chains of social oppression. Your assistance will mean so much to my study and my continued work after seminary. Brad and I are truly grateful. Your support will not just help me to continue my education at New York Theological Seminary, but will help me continue to keep up the work for justice after seminary is over with. I promise to make all of you proud because I am your brother in ministry and in the work for justice. I just want to tell people that God's love hugs everyone
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Listen guys. I am the Founding General Counsel of the Gay Activists Alliance, Inc. ( and it took four years to litigate to get that " Inc. " here in " liberal " old New York..... but then again that was 1972. I am retired from law and currently a NYC tour guide but recovering from surgery. I will give a little something to you however. Keep up the good work.
With the way you speak of other people who are trying to help America. I will not support anything you stand for. You are a hateful, disrespectful person.
Friends, I have been called to serve in the Judson Community Ministers Program from January to April. This will be my supervised ministry site along with at an office at the United Nations. That means I must raise money to pay for an apartment. So I am back reaching out to you asking you to donate 10 to 20 dollars each. So please go to the GoFundMe page and donate!
LGBTIQ advocacy is a world-wide movement. The train is moving, "all aboard!" TJ and I "met" on the Internet through mutual friends, Steve Parelli and Jose Ortiz of "Other Sheep". For more about me check www.kendobson.asia.
I am a heterosexual who can renember being in the barbershop back in the late 60's when I wzs around 16. The subject of homosexuality had arisen with most of rhe comments beinb negative. I can remember my barber saying something that was simple but thouvht provoking to me. He said " but what if they where a member of your family " I took that to mean that he was sympathetic to their cause. A week ago I found out that my barber was T J Hauger's father...small world
T.J. each day anew will bring you closer to all your hopes goals and dreams...keep up the good work and spreading the good word...
God Bless U T.J I hope you fulfill your ministry in Global Justice this is very important ministry that the Christian church should get involved I am proud to support you in this mission I will continuely praying for you to reach your goals
I knew TJ in high school. At the time two things I noticed about him. He loved Jesus and people. Through Face book I have been able to reconnect after not seeing him for years. It is good to see this has not changed with him and that he is pursuing learning more about Jesus and helping others.
TJ asked me to share this with you: http://youtu.be/HNURdq67uBo Join us for the new 6-part series, "For the Love of God: Civil Conversation on the Bible and Homosexuality"
As a friend and former classmate at New York Theological Seminary, I can say that TJ is a committed and tireless voice for social justice in whatever situation and location he finds himself. TJ has the heart of a prophet, speaking truth to power, with an undeniable and prophetic vision for a world of compassion and inclusion. May God bless you, TJ, as you seek to follow in the footsteps of Christ.
The notion of politics and religion being seperate is logical. But Jesus and justice always go hand in hand. It is important that preachers and prophets become sxcholarly equipped to spread the radically inclusive message of social justice. --Reverend Gwen Thomas, Coordinator of the African American Roundtable at Pacific School of Religion
Speaking truth to power, the thought the realizationof speaking truth to power, powers through when I read your spirit in word form. injustice, oppression, human rights violations go unchecked, ignored and explained away, but not by you. Your spirit, your words, you give me hope and joy. Go forward.