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Imagine Dragons' Mormon front man Dan Reynolds is taking on a new mission to explore how the Church treats its LGBTQ+ members. With the rising suicide rate amongst teens in the state of Utah, his concern with the Church's policies sends him on an unexpected path for acceptance and change.
If anything LOVE ONE ANOTHER
I'm half way through, and I have heard about this documentary. I think LDS famous people are even more famous when they are Mormon. They broke some awkward barrier. But how often they are still firm to their faith? IDK.? I do know I love the respect you are giving this. I am Mormon. I have one extreme to the other in my heritage. So walk in someone else's shoes has always been the piece that I hope help me to connect more to Christ. God is fair. That is what I have always thought with this topic. I am firm in my faith. I respect the church for never changing with the times. If it is scripture, it is fact. The Bible should have never fit the religion, the religion should live by the word. So if on this earth, the fact is the same...I do know God is fair. In every situation. I may not be gay, but my soul mate chose drugs over me and our family. I don't know if I can love again. But I am grateful that I felt it. And on the flip side, the level of hurt to know it and not be able to find it again...may not make sense to anyone. All I can say is I see your faith, I see your pure heart's intent with this show, and when you both started singing Love One Another....I lost it. Love.
- Jun 10, 2019
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