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VOLUME 15  |  NUMBER 12  | DECEMBER 2005  |  ONLINE EDITION   |  (636) 936-8119

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Ex-Gay Conference Meets with Massive Protest
By Stuart Shepard

  On October 29th, homosexual activists and anti-war protesters joined forces against a Boston Love Won Out event, completely mischaracterizing the message being presented inside.
    More than 1,000 gay activists and protesters jammed the street in front of the historic Tremont Temple Baptist Church shouting “Get the f--- out of Boston!” during Focus on the Family’s Love Won Out conference. It was the largest demonstration since the event – which relates the truth that homosexuality is preventable and treatable -- began eight years ago.
    While more than 30 gay activists waved signs all morning, they also arranged for those taking part in a large anti-war protest scheduled for the same day to march down and join them. The marchers arrived the in early afternoon as it began to snow and filled Tremont Street from one
end of the block to the other. Their shouts echoed up the canyon-like walls of the tall buildings on either side: “Focus on the Family! Shut it down! James Dobson! Shut him down! Hate-filled churches! Shut ‘em down!” Others made obscene gestures at people watching from inside the building as well as a row of police officers standing shoulder-to-shoulder, guarding the church doors from the threatening mob.

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Concert Choir to Present Christmas Night of Joy Dec 3rd
By Jim Day

  “Christmas is the best time of the year.” That message is still true today.  The best time: a time of wonder, of laughter, of excitement, of celebration, of surprises and peace and joy. “Joy” is a word that describes the season more than any other.
    The St. Louis Concert Choir has crafted a joy-filled Christmas celebration for the entire family employing beautiful choral and solo music, elegant dance, joyful children, creative staging, insightful dialog, and state-of-the-art sound and lighting for this year’s annual Christmas production entitled Christmas…Night of Joy!
     Designed to warm every heart and bring the joy of Christmas to all, the Choir will bring together a cast of over 80 of the metro area’s brightest and best singers, dancers, actors and kids for two performances of Christmas…Night of Joy! on Saturday, December 3, at the Dale Williams Fine Arts Center on the campus of Missouri Baptist University in west St. Louis county.
    Formed in the fall of 1996, the Choir (under the direction of veteran conductor Bob Pickett) is a community choir of Christian musicians from all across the Greater St. Louis area. Representing nearly 30 different churches, the Choir rehearses monthly at Grace Church - Saint Louis in Maryland Heights. This enthusiastic group of dedicated and talented singers will join forces with the Ekklesia Contemporary Dance Company and the Ekklesia Kids under the direction of choreographer, Christina McArthur, to present a concert of favorite Christmas music, old and new.
    Featuring some of the great Christmas songs of all time, popular standards, Christmas carols in new settings, and some wonderful new songs, Christmas…Night of Joy! will have something for everyone.  As the audience has a chance to reflect on their favorite Christmas memories, they will laugh and cheer, nod in agreement and perhaps shed a tear, and sing along with the Choir on thrilling arrangements of music that touch the heart.  The program will also include a time of worshipful reflection on the impact of the first Christmas on all of our lives, and a living nativity scene.

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