Category: Bravery Bulletin

The Most “Liked” Post Ever on MBB

Colby Goddard August 3 at 7:34pm · Washington, UT I bore my testimony at church today. I came out to my ward. It was a great experience. I’ve been wanting the courage to do this for the last 4 months. It surprised me how scary the actual thought of doing it, held me back all…
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Bravery Bulletin: Quietly leading with Love

Bravery Bulletin blog posts acknowledge regular people behaving in ways befitting a disciple of Christ that are powerful in their quiet ease. Those spotlighted in the Bravery Bulletin are often chosen because of their gentle and seemingly simple acts toward LGBTQI/SSA issues and people. This past Saturday, I was hiking in Provo with a few…
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Bravery Bulletin: They Fought my Battles

Bravery Bulletin blog posts acknowledge regular people behaving in ways befitting a disciple of Christ that are powerful in their quiet ease. Those spotlighted in the Bravery Bulletin are often chosen because of their gentle and seemingly simple acts toward LGBTQI/SSA issues and people. I go to a very accepting ward. People know that I…
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Bravery Bulletin: Small Gestures

Bravery Bulletin blog posts acknowledge regular people behaving in ways befitting a disciple of Christ that are powerful in their quiet ease. Those spotlighted in the Bravery Bulletin are often chosen because of their gentle and seemingly simple acts toward LGBTQI/SSA issues and people. Often it is the simplest of gestures that make our wards…
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Bravery Bulletin: Reaching Our Leaders

Bravery Bulletin blog posts acknowledge regular people behaving in ways befitting a disciple of Christ that are powerful in their quiet ease. Those spotlighted in the Bravery Bulletin are often chosen because of their gentle and seemingly simple acts toward LGBTQI/SSA issues and people. After a new bishop was called to my ward about a…
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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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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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Bravery Bulletin – Bishop Sets the Tone

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. Acknowledgement is given to a Salt Lake City bishop who, instead…
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BRAVERY BULLETIN

I nominate Jennifer Inman Morrison, for going to a conflict-charged and non-resolution-seeking meeting and behaving like this: “Jennifer is still singing “Jesus said love everyone, treat them kindly too” outside in the freezing cold as the organizers leave the building and channel 2 does their live segment. Bless her.” — Doree Jo Ashcraft Burt