Dozens of people protested a controversial program at a Mid-South ministry Monday. At issue was Love in Action, a program that deals with young people and homosexuality.
Outside Love in Action, a line of protestors marched. Among them was Lance Carroll, who said his parent's forced him to attend Love in Action's refugee program.
"We went though daily group therapy involving a type of conditioning where you associate anything gay with shame," Carroll said.
According to Carroll, he is still gay, and no longer lives with his parents.