He granted repentance, that I might turn from my sin. The world needs more understanding, acceptance and unconditional love You are brilliant when you write and your passion shines through in a respectable matter of fact way. On the one hand, Jesus calls them to repentance e. I have retweeted it on both my Twitter accounts. Being the mother of potentially gay children, I would expect nothing less than a letter like this from a parent who loves their child for who they are, not what they want them to be.
They need to see others like them — and others not like them — and be seen; they need to feel that they belong; and that they are equally deserving to stand tall and proud too.
I finally came out to him a few years ago when he was 90 years old. But rather than ban the practice completely, why not work to improve these shortcomings? My oldest, who is gay, has heard horror stories from some LGBT friends who came out to their parents and were hit, disowned, etc. Anytime I write it in the future I'll use sexual orientation.
I have not written this letter on my own.