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Youth Awakening HIV Charity Concert rescheduled for January 23

Lynura Jones, co-founder of Servants Without Borders

Please join us for the Youth Awakening HIV Charity Concert on Saturday, January 23, 2010 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Philadelphia Baptist Church, 1310 Ritchie Rd, Capitol Heights, MD 20743. This event is sponsored by Servants Without Borders & ULTRA Teen Choice. We need panelists to share on the topic "Why sexual abstinence before marriage is crucial to the future of our community". Panelists will be able to share on this topic for up to five minutes, and will then answer questions posed by the moderator, Lynura Jones. Email Richard Urban if you can serve on the panel and to reconfirm if you have already replied previously. We invite youth and young adults from 7th grade and older to serve on the panel. Click here for more information.

REAL Relationship Seminar to be held on Saturday, January 30


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REAL Relationship Seminar Training

Would you like to take the important relationships in your life to a new and deeper level? Then please join us on Saturday, January 30 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for the REAL Relationship Seminar
(Relationships that are Enduring, Authentic, and
Lasting). This event will be held at the New Hope Family Ministries Learning Center, 7245 Hanover Parkway, Suite A, Greenbelt, MD 20770. Richard Urban, ULTRA Teen Choice co-founder is one of the facilitators. Please call Richard at 202-558-5550 to register, or send an email. The cost is $20, including lunch, or $10 for students.



Abstinence Awareness Week scheduled for March 6 to March 13

The fifth celebration of Abstinence Awareness Week in Washington DC will be held from March 6 to March 13, 2010. Your school, church, or organization is needed to make this the best and most effective Abstinence Awareness Week yet. Here is a tentative sched-

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Youth Forum Panelists at the Abstinence Awareness Week 2009 Youth Forum at Howard University.

ule of events planned so far. Please call Richard at 202-558-5550 to assist or for more information or send an email:


March 6, 2010

  Abstinence awareness event sponsored by Servants Without Borders
March 7, 2010
All Day Abstinence Awareness Sunday. Youth and Young Adults committed to Abstinence until Marriage should share testimonies during Sunday Service and other awareness activities should be scheduled.
March 8
6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 4th Annual Abstinence Awareness Week Youth Forum
Location to be announced
March 9
  Your Event Here: contact us
March 10
  Your Event Here: contact us
Thursday, March 11 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. City Council Abstinence Awareness Day: Visit City Council Members to lobby for funding for True Abstinence Education
Friday, March 12   Your Event Here: contact us
Saturday, March 13   Your Event Here: contact us

DC Judge upholds Election board refusal to let voters vote on definition of marriage

On Thursday, Judge Judith Macaluso upheld the DC Board of Elections refusal to put before DC voters an initiative that defines marriage as being only between a man and a woman. That ruling was immediately appealed to the DC Court of Appeals on January 15. A public hearing had been held by the DC Board of Elections in October on whether or not the bill was a proper subject for an initiative in light of the DC Human Rights Act. The Board of Elections ruled in November that it was not.
At the same time, there will be a hearing before the DC Board of Elections and Ethics on Wednesday, January 27 at 10:30 a.m. at 441 4th St. NW, Rm. 220 South on whether or not a referendum allowing DC voters to approve or reject the law recently passed to allow same sex unions ("marriage") in DC can be put before the voters. Call 202-727-2525 to sign up to testify at that hearing.
A referendum on the law recognizing same sex unions from other states was rejected by the DC Board of Elections in June, after a public hearing was held before the Board of Elections, and the DC Superior Court refused to overturn that decision in a June, 2009 ruling. That law had been introduced in April, 2009 with no public hearing and little discussion under the name "The Jury and Marriage Amendment Act of 2009". That bill was introduced in January, 2009, first voted on by the DC City Council in April, and approved in May.

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