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Jim Best (third from left) with former Scouts at the Mt. Airy Ward

Affinity – February 2013

Affirmation: Gay & Lesbian Mormons—Serving LGBT Mormons and Their Family and Friends Since 1977 Inside This Issue The Affirmation Leadership Gathering Affirmation Calendar Affirmation 2013 Conference: New Frontiers Affirmation: Gay […]

Seattle Affirmation to Hold Potluck

Seattle Affirmation to Hold Potluck

Members, friends, and allies of Affirmation in Seattle will hold a potluck at Wendy Reynolds’s home in Kenmore.

Brad Wood

That Healing Power of Paradox!

Affirmation provides a forum for listening to stories, suspending all judgment, and challenging assumptions when open to be challenged in return

Mark Schneider

The Lord Is Extending the Saints’ Understanding

From Elder Uchtdorf’s recent CES talk to the sacrament meeting I attended today, it seems that I am more frequently reminded that ours is a living church and God still has more to say.

David Baker

A Place to Find Community and Support

I am proud to stand with Affirmation today as we are creating a space for all LGBT Mormons

Tina Richerson

Maryland Leadership

It is time to reach out beyond and make a safe space for everyone through understanding and love

The Affirmation Leadership Gathering

The Affirmation Leadership Gathering

Potomac, MD, January 25-27, 2013 by John Gustav-Wrathall, Senior Vice President About two dozen members of the Executive Committee, Board, and other officers, team leaders and allies gathered in Washington, DC […]

Affirmation: Gay & Lesbian Mormons joins families, Scouts, and others in supporting LGBT youth by calling for an end to discrimination in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA)

Affirmation: Gay & Lesbian Mormons joins families, Scouts, and others in supporting LGBT youth by calling for an end to discrimination in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA)

Add your voice and stand up for your values right NOW

Fred Bowers

Affirmation Facebook Group for LGBT People of Color (PoC) and Allies Announced

A forum to explore and express the intersections of race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, and LDS faith