LGBTQ vs. Homosexual

Terminology is important. When this tape series was originally created, homosexuals was a mostly acceptable word to identify the lesbian and gay communities. Bisexuals were mostly ignored (“when are they going to come out of the closet”). Transgendered were barely on the radar and queer was considered a derogatory term, like the N-word today. In … Read more…

The Video Tape Journey

In the beginning there were a bunch of VHS video tapes. In the late 1990’s, Rev. Samuel Kader was giving this lecture series on a regular basis at his home church, Community Gospel Church, in Dayton, Ohio. They decided to video tape the series using the technology of the day – video tape – and … Read more…

The Unique Picture

For a eunique series, you need a unique picture. I took this picture many years ago at the Sundial Bridge in Redding, California. Sundial Bridge is a unique bridge created by Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava. It functions as both a bridge and a sundial. If you are ever in the Redding, California area, … Read more…

Eunique is spelled wrong!

One of the most common comments I hear is, “Hey, do you know that Eunique is spelled wrong!” Yes, it is. It’s eunique. The official title of the series is Eunique Perspectives of Hope: Homosexuality and The Bible. This is the way it was spelled in the original opening. I am not sure if the … Read more…