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  1. Denise (reply)

    February 9, 2019 at 7:47 pm

    There is so much more love and support outside the church than in it. Even though it’s all you’ve ever known, if you take the chance to look around outside it, you won’t be sorry. Life is so much more beautiful away from the judging and condemning.

  2. Cindy Ness (reply)

    February 19, 2019 at 8:05 pm

    I am a believing, practicing Latter day saint. I am sorry your family, your son in particular had been rejected and ostracized by those of our shared faith. I pray you find peace in your home, and in your lives. May you know and feel the love of Christ.

  3. Ingrid (reply)

    September 25, 2019 at 11:44 am

    Would love to get in touch with You. Feel like You are a soul mate of mine.

    Love and Blessings ✨💕🕯

    Ingrid from Sweden

  4. Andrew Fegan (reply)

    November 22, 2019 at 9:17 am

    Donna:

    I met you briefly at the Karaoke on Saturday at THRIVE. I heard a few details about your story. I am presently watching PART I of your interview with John Dehlin (JULY 2019). I enjoy your candor and gentle nature. Thanks for being bold and advocating. POWERFUL.

  5. Kelley (reply)

    March 10, 2020 at 7:27 pm

    You are doing just what YOU need to do, love your son. I have a grandson who is gay and a daughter who is bisexual. We do not attend church anymore, for many reasons. Some is because how my daughter was treated, but also because I can not follow a church who has a bishop called of God and tells my son because he drinks green tea(9 years ago) that he will NOT go to the celestial kingdom, then takes away his priesthood. I believe in LOViNG one another, not judging them. So, you keep loving your son. God knows him and loves him unconditionally.

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