SILVER SPRING, Md. — “OK, so we don’t exactly see eye-to-eye on every issue but they promised they were vegetarians and would pay rent so we signed them up as tenants on the spot,” explained General Conference Facilities Manager, Ima Fayered, explaining why Kinship International now has office space on the third floor of the General Conference building.
The organization for LGBTQIA+ Adventists will share a wall with GC President Ted Wilson’s office and Kinship staffers have already sent over the traditional Adventist gesture of friendship: an Edible Arrangements basket of chocolate-dipped fruit (wrapped in rainbow paper.)
Kinship has promised to contribute generously to 3rd floor potlucks and the team has already located the closets hiding Nespresso machines throughout the building.
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