Nathan Kitchen Guest on Dialogue Gospel Study
Nathan Kitchen, president of Affirmation, taught the Dialogue Gospel Study on July 26th, 2020. Nathan served his mission in Alabama, graduated with a B.S. in Zoology from BYU, earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine from Southern Illinois University, and completed a general practice residency at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. He is currently in private practice in Mesa, Arizona. His work within the Latter-day Saint LGBTQIA+ community most recently took him back to Brigham Young University where Affirmation began in 1977. He is the proud father of five amazing children and lives in Gilbert, Arizona with his husband Matthew Rivera.
Alma 36-38 was the focus of the study.
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