Welcome to our podcast! My name is Richard H. Ostler and I am a native of Salt Lake City, small business owner, married father of six with several grandchildren. I believe in and am deeply committed to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and want it to work for a wider group. I am the author of three books: “Listen Learn and Love: Embracing LGBTQ Latter-day Saints” published in 2020 available at Deseret Book (deseretbook.com/product/5248297.html) and Amazon (amazon.com/dp/1462135773) “Listen Learn and Love: Improving Latter-day Saint Culture” published in 2022. The book explores who we can do better to help all Latter-day Saints feel more welcome, needed and a feeling of belonging in our congregations. Available at Deseret Book (deseretbook.com/product/6003149.html) and Amazon (amazon.com/dp/1462139566) “Listen Learn and Love: Building the Good Ship Zion” released in Sept 2023. The book explores additional topics to help all Latter-day Saint feel welcome and needed on the G... more
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My friend Meagan Skidmore (lives in Dallas, LDS parent of a transgender son, life coach, podcaster) joins us to talk about her 4+ year journey of parenting a LGBTQ kiddo. Meagan, in one of the most heartfelt podcasts we’ve done, talks about what pare... more
My friends Katherine and Jeff Wise (parents of six sons and one daughter, living in the Bay Area ) invite us into the sacred space of their tender story of their youngest son Talmage coming out as gay at age 17 in 2013. Katherine and Jeff (who was se... more
My friend Sean Stansberry (living in New Bern, North Carolina; college student, joined the Church in April 2021) joins us to share his story. Sean starts with joining the church during coronavirus and getting baptized 2.5 weeks later. Sean talks abou... more
Richard is a terrific host and has done an excellent job gathering a wide variety of voices and making this podcast a safe space. There aren’t many of those out there for gay men and I’m so grateful to learn from my band of brothers (and sisters) in Christ. Thank you for the great work you’re doing Richard!
Richards’s podcast brings hope and light that helps us be unified in Christlike love. Thank you for making a safe space to share stories and learn from each other.
Can you talk about holding a full temple recommendation and having an open relation with a same sex partner
Richard Ostler’s books are great. The podcasts are additional great resources for those in the LGBTQ+ community, their families and allies, and those who want to learn more in order to support these children of our Heavenly Father. You will find much to contemplate on being of one heart and one mind and becoming a Zion people.
Richard Ostler tries to understand the LGBTQ community but at the same time panders to his audience. This podcast unfortunately will give people the impression that the Church will some day change its doctrine on sexuality. Richard is a great example of someone who is trying to help but at the same time condoning actions that are contrary to Christ’s teachings.
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