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New Video: John Grover


After his sister committed suicide, John Grover felt the need to share his personal struggles in an effort to be more open with his family and others. He and his wife were childhood friends and were married in 1982. They are the parents of 10 children and 4 grandchildren. He works as a Registered Nurse, an author, and served on the Idaho Council for Developmental Disabilities. John served a mission for the Church in Lima, Peru and was raised on a cattle ranch as the youngest of 11 children.

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New Video: Kent Flake


Kent was born in Snowflake, Arizona. He and his 9 siblings learned the value of hard work while growing up on a cattle ranch. He owns his own accounting business while managing the family ranch with his brother. Kent served his mission in New Zealand where he gained a strong testimony of the gospel. When his father died, he gained a testimony of the Plan of Salvation that carries him through the really rough times. He has learned that by trusting the Savior everything that happens will be for his good if he allows it.

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New Video: Jeff Gray


Jeff was born and raised in Oklahoma but with his strong Utah pioneer background, his grandparents convinced him to attend their alma mater, Dixie College in St George, Utah. After an exciting internship at Disney World, he graduated from Oklahoma State in Hospitality Management . Jeff served in the Arizona Tempe Mission, which would serve as a catalyst for remaining faithful in the gospel to this very day. Jeff is often referred to as the favorite uncle, the favorite Primary teacher, or even the favorite child. Jeff has a strong testimony and through his own experiences, he has developed a sensitivity to the life challenges of others.

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Our initial goal is for the website to be a repository of a thousand voices of faithful Latter-day Saints dealing with these issues, sharing their stories and their faith —why they've chosen to embrace the restored gospel and how they've found peace and resolution in that decision.




This video documents the impact of the Voices of Hope project on one young man's journey toward wholeness and peace and takes the viewer behind the scenes of the project's production process to reveal all of the work, effort, time and equipment that makes this project the model of cinematographic excellence that has been a hallmark of this project since its inception. If you are inspired by this video to join us in furthering Voices of Hope's mission through becoming a financial partner in some way, please visit the Support a Voice page and give generously today. Your dollars will help thousands of lives for years to come.


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The Voices of Hope Project is an initiative of North Star International, a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization that serves as a place of community and resource for Latter-day Saints who experience same-sex attraction as well as their family, friends, and ecclesiastical leaders. North Star serves those who desire to live in harmony with the teachings of Jesus Christ and the doctrines and values of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.



All music used on the Voices of Hope site is from the album, New Life, by
Paul Cardall and is used with his permission. © Stone Angel Music.
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