This update is a bit late as I have been sick. As discussed briefly in our first podcast the United Methodist Church was about the have the conference to decide if LGBT clergy and marriages would be allowed in the church. After much time and debate globally before the conference the vote decided 449-374 to continue the ban on LGBT clergy and marriage then a vote of 438-384 upheld the traditional plan. What are your thoughts? Do you see this as a victory or a failure for the church? You can read the full story that I read on USA Today HERE.