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  1. Kelley Juma (reply)

    January 29, 2020 at 11:00 am

    This is so awesome. As a member of the church who no longer attends, for too many reasons, I have a daughter and grandson who are gay. Heck, one of my best friend is gay. I served in many callings with both the YM and YW as well as Primary. I have stayed in touch with many of the young adults whom I was their church leader who have come out. Unfortunately, so many do NOT have family support.

    Thank you for all that you are doing! I NEVER will understand the members who treat gay people so horribly. We as a church are supposed to be followers of Christ, I mean the name says it all! Yet I have seen too many members in the church judge those who choose a different path than them. I don’t know how many times I have heard a talk on “not getting tattoos or more than one piercings”. Being a convert of the church it baffles me that we are to teach the gospel to non-members. Well, these are people who have tattoos and piercings, yet they join the church and all of a sudden they get judges. Same with coming out.

    We need to stop judging people for their gender choices, life styles and start doing what the Lord told us to do, LOVE ONE ANOTHER!!!

    Thank you for sharing your story and for still loving your sons!

  2. Pat Cullimore (reply)

    January 30, 2020 at 1:25 am

    I had the opportunity to meet your son, Trevor a few years ago. He’s a friend of my son, Matt. I was very impressed by the fine young man he is. I can see that he is loved, as I love my son. It was never a hesitation for me. I love my son and love and respect his friends. Each one Matt’s friends in the LGBTQ community have my full support. I see honor and loyalty in them. Thank you for sharing your feelings and for all you are doing for the LGBTQ in Arizona.

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