BYU’s ‘Y’ mountain aflame with rainbow-colored lights

BYU’s ‘Y’ mountain aflame with rainbow-colored lights


Brigham Young University


M͟i͟c͟h͟e͟l͟l͟e͟ ͟D͟.͟ ͟C͟r͟a͟i͟g͟:
“Understanding how God sees us prepares the way to help us see others as He does.”
P͟r͟e͟s͟i͟d͟e͟n͟t͟ ͟B͟a͟l͟l͟a͟r͟d͟:
“I want anyone who is a member of the Church who is gay or lesbian to know I believe you have a place in the kingdom and I recognize that sometimes it may be difficult for you to see where you fit in the Lord’s Church, but you do.
“We need to listen to and understand what our LGBT brothers and sisters are feeling and experiencing. Certainly we must do better than we have done in the past so that all members feel they have a spiritual home where their brothers and sisters love them and where they have a place to worship and serve the Lord.” (ⒷⓎⓊ Devotional, Nov 2017)


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