Silence = Death

Silence

  Brian Gee received an M.A. in Biblical Exegesis from Wheaton College. When he’s not working, Brian enjoys writing from his own experiences at the intersection of faith and sexuality. Originally from southern California, he lives in Chicago’s western suburbs with his wife and two kids. You can check out more about Brian, or get [Read More...]

Join us for the AIDS Run & Walk Chicago

On September, 30th we will be participating in the AIDS Run & Walk Chicago. We would love to have anyone in the Chicagoland area (or even those that would like to travel in for the weekend) join our team with The Marin Foundation for a great time to hang out, exercise, and support the great work that [Read More...]

World AIDS Day

While the global community is undertaking initiatives in the areas of scientific development, healthcare and universal access and community organizing in the name of HIV prevention, we must do our own part to be the change that we wish to see in our own lives and around the world. “World AIDS Day is held on [Read More...]

AIDS Run/Walk Chicago 2011

This year the Marin Foundation is putting together a team to participate in the AIDS Run & Walk Chicago 2011 on Saturday, October 1. We would love to have you join us as we show our support for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago. Participants have the option to walk a 5k or run a 5k [Read More...]

Dying of AIDS

The other day I had dinner with a dear friend. I’ve known this man for years and he is oh-so-close to me in all ways of life. I honestly believe God put us together. I write about him in my book, in fact, I dedicated the book to him. He has AIDS. In fact, he is [Read More...]

World AIDS Day

HIV prevention is about….. While the global community is undertaking initiatives in the areas of scientific development, healthcare and universal access, and community organizing in the name of HIV prevention, we must do our own part to be the change that we wish to see in our own lives and around the world. In your [Read More...]

World AIDS Day

This morning I got to speak at Wheaton College for Mosaic Initiative’s World AIDS Day breakfast. Here are a few thoughts I brought up: Within broader culture there needs to be both micro and macro pushes by the Christian community to make a culturally relevant impact on individual people as well as larger people groups.  [Read More...]