This Mother’s Love: More Than the Sum of Its Parts

02 Apr

This Mother’s Love: More Than the Sum of Its Parts

If you’ve ever wondered about transgender parenting or how to love and support our transgender youth, this service is for you. Listen in as a local mom shares moments and realizations from her personal parenting journey. For our guest speaker Lisa Phair (as for many of us), the process of loving like a mother has been developmental—a process that allows so very much to fall away that does not matter or no longer applies.

This mother’s love is pure. It is strong. It is brave. And while it started personally, it may be needed more than ever, politically. This mother’s love is not just for mothers!

The Genderbread Person

During her sermon, Lisa shared this visual guide to help us better understand gender identity: 

Gender is one of those things everyone thinks they understand, but don’t. This tasty little guide is meant to be an appetizer for understanding. It’s okay if you’re hungry for more. See more about the Genderbread Person on its creator’s website.  You can also download the printable version here.

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