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Love Is Spoken Queer is a brand new Podcast where the Topics are Gospel and the Voices are LGBTQ+! Join Dustin Larsen (an active GAY member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints), René Hernandez and their Special Guests each week as they discuss a new Gospel Topic through a Queer Perspective. Add your own Queer Perspective on Gospel Topics by sending them to: lovespokenqueer@gmail.com.
 
As parents in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints we are striving to help our children develop STRONG TESTIMONIES and have PERSONAL EXPERIENCES with Jesus Christ, EVEN when we don't have time to prepare fancy lessons. Mother-daughter duo Leslie Johnson and Linsey Jensen share their experiences, giving LDS parents actionable tips and tricks and helping us gain the tools and confidence we need to step away from lectures and learn to teach Come, Follow Me in a way that allows our fa ...
 
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In this episode we give a review of the LDS General Conference. In listening to some audio clips that we pulled from the conference, it becomes very clear that the most used word among most of the speakers was "worthy". Worthy of the temple, worthy of the sacraments, worthy or the atonement, worthy of Heaven, etc. This is in complete contrast to wh…
 
On this podcast it does say “It is Saturday.” That is because I recorded it yesterday. But I didn’t have time to edit the podcast until today. I discussed what happened to me on my Vacation in Idaho and how it led to my discission to keep my Facebook account in spite of some things happening on Facebook. I also discuss some conference talks that st…
 
How many of us really know what is going on with our kids when they are at school? What kind of pressures are they having to deal with? What are the most difficult challenges they are faced with? In today’s episode, we get a sneak peak into the day in the life of a middle schooler. Corrine Kendall, a middle school/junior high counselor, talks to us…
 
On Part 2 of Dave Bresnahan. We talked about his conversion story. We also discussed a book he wrote for missionaries to teach investigators how to quit smoking. In fact, you might have used it to teach investigators how to stop smoking. Then we discussed his role in acting on murders among the Mormons. We also discussed what was like for him to be…
 
This podcast has been broken in to 2 parts. Part one consists of a conversation with Dave Bresnahan concerning his involvement in politics, owning a radio station, and also being an investigative journalist. We discuss his acting specifically him creating the movie Grandpa’s Crazy. If you want to know more about Dave Bresnahan, Visit, www.IMDb.me/D…
 
In recent years, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has more fully embraced its teachings about Heavenly Mother, but she has been a part of the faith since virtually the beginning.She has long been celebrated in song and verse, but now members and leaders have begun to openly discuss her and debate her qualities.Two Latter-day Saint wo…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Review of the 2021 LDS General Conference/ Mail Bag Subtitle: The Mormon Hope Podcast Speaker: Brandon Vaughan Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Podcast Date: 5/3/2021 Length: 49 min.By Brandon Vaughan
 
On Todays Podcast, I discussed the article that was published in the Liahona Magazine on how to treat singles written by a single adult male named Jacob Call. I mentioned BYU TV working with the LGBT community and having LGBT Characters on some of there shows while working in partnership with Marble Media. I also discussed the removal of the record…
 
Take a minute and think back on a happy memory you have with your family? What were you doing? How did you feel? What makes this memory special? I would venture to say that most of you were thinking of a time spent with your family doing something fun. Maybe a vacation you took together, a special evening together, or a silly time spent laughing an…
 
D. Michael Quinn, the noted historian who died last week at 77, had an outsized impact on academic explorations of the church’s past.He was a prodigious researcher, who wrote 10 books and numerous essays. Though a believer in the faith’s founding events, Quinn resigned from church-owned Brigham Young University under pressure and subsequently was e…
 
In this episode, we have our much anticipated General Conference fantasy draft, where we take turns selecting our favorite talks from the April 2021 General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We talk about the temple and the different level of engagement each of us have in that part of our spiritual journey. Tyson and Jo…
 
Black Lives Matter, transgenderism, cancel culture, privileged people like Lebron James and Meghan Markle claiming to be oppressed, what in the world is going on, and how are all of these things connected? Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality have invaded every facet of our society from the school house to the White House. We need to educate …
 
This week Derek and Dana cover "Essential Conversations" by Joy D. Jones, recently released as President Primary General President and "Teaching in the Savior's Way" by Jan E. Newman, Second Counselor in the Sunday School General Presidency. Music: In Dulci Jubilo Michel Rondeau (trumpet) Performers: Marthe Jobidon (trumpets), Eric Vaillancourt & S…
 
Join René and Dustin as they recap the April 2021 General Conference and discuss highlights through their Queer Perspectives! Conference Talks Discussed: Essential Conversations By Joy D. Jones The Grave Has No Victory By Reyna I. Aburto Join the conversation by sending your own thoughts on General Conference (or Haikulelujah) to: lovespokenqueer@g…
 
In the most recent general conference Sis Joy Jones talked about how having simple yet “Essential conversations” with our children can help prepare them for the future. Sis Jones states, "We can have fun helping our children build spiritual resilience at any age. It doesn't have to be complicated or time intensive. Simple, caring conversations can …
 
Natasha Helfer, a licensed sex therapist and member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, faced a disciplinary hearing Sunday on her membership status.She was accused of apostasy for her public stances on masturbation, same-sex marriage and pornography, positions she says are consistent with the consensus in the mental health communit…
 
In this episode we dive into our initial reactions about April 2021 General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We also talk about what we thought of the first episode of season 2 of The Chosen. We argue about how to say words and if good things happen on accident.By Bless The Refreshments
 
A recent Gallup poll revealed that 1 in 6 people between the ages of 18-21 identify as LGBT. The issue is here, the question is what do we do about it? In this episode we address individuals that are struggling with their sexuality and how to sort through it. We also discuss the responses of both the LDS and Christian church to this issue. Where ha…
 
Join Dustin and René as they explore Doctrine & Covenants Chapters 41-44 through the Queer Perspective of LAW! Study along in the "Come, Follow Me" Manual (April 19-April 25). Show Notes: Former 'Bachelor' star Colton Underwood comes out as gay Defending Our Divinely Inspired Constitution by President Dallin H. Oaks Fill Your Feed By Following: The…
 
René and Dustin add their Queer Voices to the Voices of the Restoration; alongside Phebe Carter, one of the early Saints who gathered in Ohio! Add your voice by sending your thoughts to: lovespokenqueer@gmail.com or DM us on Social: Instagram: @lovespokenqueer Twitter: @lovespokenqueer Facebook: Love Is Spoken Queer…
 
The closet was dark and Evelyn couldn’t see very well. What if she couldn’t find the string she was looking for because it was too dark? What if things were to fall out of the closet while she was lookin? What if she created a mess? or What if her new bike was too big and she couldn’t ride it, or what if she fell off? What if , What if, What if….. …
 
His father died when he was 7 years old. Raised by his mother and his maternal grandparents, he committed himself to hard work and diligent scholarship.He became a star student, earned a degree at one of the nation’s most prestigious law schools and launched a legal career that would see him rise to the Utah Supreme Court with whispers that he some…
 
In today's episode, we share what we think are Easter eggs in the Doctrine and Covenants, or in other words, things you might look over, but are actually really cool and insightful. We discuss ideas about being unified as a family and how to be good spouses and parents. We also make our guesses as to what we might hear at General conference.…
 
Join Dustin and René as they explore Doctrine & Covenants Chapters 37-40 through the Queer Perspective of COMMUNITY! Study along in the "Come, Follow Me" Manual (April 12-April 18). Show Notes: Submit your art and poetry to the RaYnbow Collective Virtual Art Show! Fill Your Feed By Following: Matt Bernstein @mattxiv Imani Vanzap @imanivanzap Join t…
 
Derek and Dana discuss President Russell M. Nelson's opening and closing remarks in the recent April 2021 general conference. Clearing debris in our life and temple attendance in this time of Covid 19 shut downs. Music: In Dulci Jubilo Michel Rondeau (trumpet) Performers: Marthe Jobidon (trumpets), Eric Vaillancourt & Steve Guerin (trombones) Publi…
 
As parents, we have been commanded to teach our children to UNDERSTAND the doctrine of repentance, faith and baptism. How do you know if our children are understanding what we are trying to teach? What if your five year old came up to you with tears in their eyes and said “Mom, I feel uncomfortable inside, can you help me make it feel better?” Or y…
 
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