Call Me Malcolm

This 90-minute DVD tells the story of a seminary student exploring faith, love and gender identity. Includes two study guides.

Rev. Malcolm E. Himschoot, a United Church of Christ seminary student, poignantly explores his struggles.  In this journey, shame and fear are overcome by grace, compassion, and knowledge.

Brief Discussion Guide Recommended for use by pastors, lay leaders, facilitators and others wishing to debrief after viewing the DVD.  Guide includes tips for facilitators, discussion/reflection questions, and resource list for further study. For adults or older youth.
Author: Rev. Mike Schuenemeyer

6-Session Study Guide  During sessions 1-5 different scenes of the DVD are shown to focus activities and spark discussion. Session 6 includes discussion and strategizing ways the group and individual participants can make their community safer and more welcoming for transgender people. For adults and older youth.

Authors: Rev. Malcolm Himschoot, Rebecca Allison, M.D., Rev. Lizann Bassham, Rev. Mike Schuenemeyer. DVD produced by United Church Press.





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