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Join the Impact Rally Images

Posted by ldsrecon on November 16, 2008

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Well here are the people who came to support the rally protesting the passage of California’s Proposition 8.

Enjoy the images…

Music at Join the Impact rally

Music at Join the Impact rally

Whose rights are next?

Whose rights are next?

Interviewed on camera... watch for him.

Interviewed on camera... watch for him.

More Join the Impact rally attendees.

More Join the Impact rally attendees.

Straight speaker at the rally Roger Carrier I believe.

Straight speaker at the rally Roger Carrier I believe.

People in the crowd at Join the Impact rally and march.

People in the crowd at Join the Impact rally and march.

LDS Church – Article of Faith # 11. “We claim the privilege to worship almighty God according to the dictates of our own conscience, we grant all people the same privilege, let them worship how where or what they may.”  So all you churches out there wanting to supporting the GLBT community and perform marriages and committment ceremonies, I guess you don’t qualify as part of “all people” in the eyes of the LDS Church.  Or is the church giving us some sort of moral double talk?

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How has Gay Mormon LDS Reconciliation helped you?

Posted by ldsrecon on October 20, 2007

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Over the years many people have attended Gay Mormon LDS Reconciliation either for a short or longer period of time. We encourage you to comment and tell us how Gay Mormon LDS Reconciliation has helped you in your spiritual journey. Click on the Comments button below to add you personal story.

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Gay Mormon Missionary Stories

Posted by ldsrecon on October 20, 2007

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We are interested in gathering a group of gay mormon missionary stories. Please feel free to comment on this post and add your personal story as a gay mormon missionary. Your story will most likely be interesting but may very well help another youth who is trying to decide whether he should go on a mission and serve the church. We look forward to your post.

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What is LDS Reconciliation and how did it start?

Posted by ldsrecon on September 19, 2007

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LDS Reconciliation

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

LDS Reconciliation is a group of Gay Mormons who either are or have previously been members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or who wish to associate and study the Gospel of Jesus Christ as taught by the Churches scriptures and manuals. The term Gay in this context refers to Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgendered, Intersexed, and all other sexual orientation. The group was originally started under the direction of LDS Family Fellowship ([1]), a volunteer organization of Parents with Gay Children from Mormon Backgrounds.

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