Category: Blog

Bravery Bulletin: A Father’s Letter

Bravery Bulletin blog posts acknowledge regular people behaving in ways befitting a disciple of Christ that are powerful in their quiet simplicity. Those spotlighted in the Bravery Bulletin are often chosen because of their gentle, and seemingly simple, acts toward LGBTQI/SSA issues and people. When a father, who is gay, became aware that his daughters’…
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Circling the Wagons Conference 2014

Still wondering whether you should attend the Circling the Wagons conference this weekend (Feb 21-22) in Salt Lake City? Here’s a short conversation with conference organizers about what it’s all about. Hopefully it will give you the final nudge toward attending. It promises to be an enriching and enlightening experience. Listen here –

Sunday Supplement: a Transgender Friend

“Sunday Supplement” blog posts are issued each Sunday as a supplement to the messages heard in our congregations and homes, with emphasis given to how the scriptures and counsel from church leaders can help us to reach out with love, empathy, and compassion to our LGBTQI/SSA sisters and brothers. Sara Jade: Transgender and Mormon  A…
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Sunday Supplement

“Sunday Supplement” blog posts are issued each Sunday as a supplement to the messages heard in our congregations and homes, with emphasis given to how the scriptures and counsel from church leaders can help us to reach out with love, empathy, and compassion to our LGBTQI/SSA sisters and brothers. Grieving The Space Between Us  What…
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Sunday Supplement – Inclusion

“Sunday Supplement” blog posts are issued each Sunday as a supplement to the messages heard in our congregations and homes, with emphasis given to how the scriptures and counsel from church leaders can help us to reach out with love, empathy, and compassion to our LGBTQI/SSA sisters and brothers. In the priesthood session of last…
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Bravery Bulletin: A Relief Society Lesson on Inclusion

Bravery Bulletin blog posts acknowledge regular people behaving in ways befitting a disciple of Christ that are powerful in their quiet simplicity. Those spotlighted in the Bravery Bulletin are often chosen because of their gentle, and seemingly simple, acts toward LGBTQI/SSA issues and people. “I taught the “Teaching for Our Times” lesson this Sunday, based…
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Utah Senate Bill 100: Transgender Utahns and Bathrooms

By Anne McMullin Peffer The State of Utah is faced with an ethical decision in the form of Senate Bill 100: Should Utah extend the employment and housing protection that is already offered to other minority populations to its LGBT and same-sex attracted residents? Recently, the debate over whether or not the bill should be…
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Sunday Supplement: Finding My Way

“Sunday Supplement” blog posts are issued each Sunday as a supplement to the messages heard in our congregations and homes, with emphasis given to how the scriptures and counsel from church leaders can help us to reach out with love, empathy, and compassion to our LGBTQI/SSA sisters and brothers. My husband and I are the…
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Sunday Supplement: Christ-like communication

“Sunday Supplement” blog posts are issued each Sunday as a supplement to the messages heard in our congregations and homes, with emphasis given to how the scriptures and counsel from church leaders can help us to reach out with love, empathy, and compassion to our LGBTQI/SSA sisters and brothers. Way back in 1976 Elder Marvin…
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MBB on KCPW’s The Rundown

Be sure you catch MBB’s Erika Munson on today’s (Jan 16, 2014) The Rundown on KCPW 88.3FM and 105.3FM. She’ll be talking about the mission of MBB and the monthly Community Conversations. In particular she’ll highlight this month’s conversation around the question, “Should the Utah legislature pass SB100, the Utah Housing and Employment Opportunity Act?”…
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