Sign Petition

Stand Out Against the Homosexual Agenda

18 Signatures Goal: 100


The Human Rights Campaign, a national gay rights activists group, has filed a petition requesting that Elder Packer, a member of a Salt Lake City, Utah church, withdraw his statement that homosexuality is unnatural and that with the help of Jesus Christ it can be overcome.  The gay rights group staged a protest outside of the Mormon headquarters and  even went as far to associate our disapproval of the homosexual lifestyle with bullying faced by homosexuals.  Enough is enough! We as the body of Christ have an obligation to stand up for Christ in boldness and not fearing what man can do unto us.  We have to awake and rise to the occasion!  We have to put a stop to the homosexual agenda that's trying to rob us of our freedom of speech, choice and religion!  They are trying to impose their belief system on us and force our country to embrace what we fundamentally believe is antiChrist.  I am asking that every child of God show their support for righteousness by signing this petition and encouraging Elder Packer to continue to confess what He know is true and not be intimidated by the homosexual community and their attacks!  Let's show Elder Packer that the body of Christ in unified and we will fight for our rights and God's cause.  We will not back down but we will go after and pursue God's will until righteousness is restored and this homosexual agenda is shut down!

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    Duncan Okes United States
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    carol blanchard United States
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    Noah United States
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    Danyelle Armour United States
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    Danon Armour United States
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    Tabitha Marsh United States
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    Marye Jones United States
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    wanda davis United States
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    Leonard Jones United States
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    Katonya Jones United States
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    Angela Forte United States
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    Velma Biggers United States
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    Karla Barnett United States
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    Dorell Morrow United States
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