The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) is not just a faith.
It’s a culture and a society and a political movement, and a place for people of every faith to find fellowship and be welcomed.
That’s what a new documentary titled “A Place of Peace” shows.
Its creators, Chris Thomsen and Brian B. Davis, are gay.
The documentary was screened on Wednesday at the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in Salt Lake City and on Thursday at the Utah State Capitol.
In the film, Davis is interviewed by several gay Mormons who are deeply concerned about the church’s handling of sexual abuse allegations against its members.
They are also asked about the culture and values of the church.
They’re not shy about voicing their opinions.
And they’re not alone.
They also happen to be gay.
“The culture that we’ve built and thrived and thrives in the LDS church is so different from what we would see anywhere else,” says B.J. Griswold, a journalist and founder of Mormon Stories.
He is gay and a member of the Church of the Firstborn.
The documentary was inspired by the church, but it’s also an opportunity to share our own experiences with gay Mormons and gay Mormons as a community.
In the documentary, we see how the Mormon Church has taken steps to ensure that its members have safe spaces, but we also see how it has allowed its members to be vulnerable.
We also see that the church has changed and has grown, and it’s very much still a place of fear and exclusion and isolation.
We see how LGBT Mormons are a small minority within the Church, but they are a very visible minority in the church at large.
And the church is doing a very good job of trying to address that.
We hear the stories of the LGBTQ people and they are inspiring.
The film is about how LGBT people, and in particular LGBT Latter-Day Saints, have found ways to live their lives in a way that is more authentic, more inclusive, more accepting.
We talk to LGBT people about their experiences and the work that they do, and how that helps them live their faith.
In a way, we’re doing the same thing that the Church is doing to try to get LGBT people out of the closet, and we’re not doing it at the expense of the LGBT Latter Day Saints.
And that is incredibly important, because there are so many LGBT Mormons who still do not have a voice in the Church.
I’m really proud to be an LGBT Mormon, and I’m proud to tell this story.
Gay Mormons have a lot to be proud of.
We have been on the front lines of the fight to get more LGBT members of the LDS Church into the Church in the last 20 years.
We’ve done that by supporting the Church and by standing up for the LGBT people in the faith.
When we look at the progress that has been made, the Mormon community has moved forward in so many ways, including LGBT rights.
There’s been a big change.
I believe that there are more LGBT Latter Days who feel comfortable in the Mormon faith, and the church continues to protect them and to support them, and to work with them and teach them about their religious responsibilities.
And, of course, they continue to lead the life of their faith, as they have for generations.
We are also seeing more LGBT Mormons being active in the political arena, particularly on the issues that matter to the LGBT community.
That includes, of all the issues, the right to marry.
We saw a lot of progress in Utah.
We heard a lot about the state of Utah in 2016 and what the state has accomplished since then.
We had the election of Donald Trump, who is the first Republican president in nearly three decades to be elected, and who was a proponent of the right-to-marry amendment.
And then, of late, there has been a significant number of LGBT Mormons coming out publicly.
In Utah, we have seen a number of new LGBT Mormons come out.
The church’s response to the wave of new members who came out was really encouraging, and our leadership was really welcoming and responsive to them and their needs.
So I think it’s important to look at how the church responded to this new wave of members who are LGBT Mormons, and that’s a very positive sign for the church and for LGBT Mormons.
We’ve also seen a lot more LGBT people of faith come out publicly in the U.S. and around the world.
We’re seeing a lot less of the suppression of LGBT people by church leadership, but also a growing acceptance of LGBT Mormon identity and their ability to live openly and with dignity and respect.
We know that the LGBT Mormon experience has been one of a growing number of people who feel that they have a choice in the temple and a choice to be faithful to the