Integrity USA

Voices of Witness: Out of the Box

"Voices of Witness: Out of the Box" is a groundbreaking documentary giving voice to the witness of transgender people of faith. Courageously inviting the viewer into their journeys, the film is ultimately a celebration of hope and the power of God's love to transcend even seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Produced by Integrity’s late Communication Director Louise Brooks, the film is being offered by Integrity USA as a gift to the Episcopal Church, as a resource for both teaching and transformation.

OOTB-logo-box-300px trans"Gender identity and gender expression are issues that can easily be misunderstood and cannot be wrapped up in a neat little box,” said Brooks. “So the goal of 'Out of the Box' was to answer some of the most frequently asked questions. We have been blessed by a truly amazing cloud of witnesses who shared their stories and their lives with us. It has been a privilege to work with them to take this project from a dream to a reality as we offer their voices of witness to the church and to the world.”

"I believe God is calling us into this conversation now,” said New Hampshire Bishop Gene Robinson, one of the voices featured in the project. “It is an opportunity to get to understand another part of God's never-ending diversity and another way to live into our baptismal calling to love all God's children."

The third in the "Voices of Witness" series, a guide for discussions is now available. The guide is designed to equip individuals and congregations to explore and embrace the full inclusion of transgender people in the work and witness of the Episcopal Church.

Guide: These guides are intended to be printed two-sided and folded to make booklets.

icon Leader's Guide

icon Student Guide

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Get your own copy!

If you'd like to get your own copy of "Out of the Box," This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Each copy is $5 by mail, or $10 by online donation, while supplies last.