First, I'm not bragging, I'm humbled for my salvation and two out of three children. Second, I do not believe you can be saved and openly walk in the lustful-prideful sin of practicing homosexuality. Practicing homosexuality and having same sex attraction are two different things, one is sinful and the other is a temptation to sin.
Jeff, I know this, I have a sound mind: I have two children who are trusting Christ as Savior...their change and work after salvation attest to a true saving faith. These saved children hang around with other married (scripture based) couples who enjoy the whole word of God as much as they. They know of and have witnessed to homosexuals...I have no idea where God will go with their evangelizing work but, none of the obvious homosexuals want anything to do with their Bible teaching and preaching church...this is according to their disclosure. Again, you don't address my assertion, How do you know who is struggling with what? by the context of your answer, a person struggling with this situation would probably not feel comfortable about speaking to somebody in your "circles".
I know this also, the lost child has nothing to do with 'the things of God' wants no discussion about God's grace freely accepting the homosexual crowd as just another way humans can live. I'm certain this child known every variety of homosexual you can name 'open and prideful' 'closet door ashamed' and 'evolving-like the president's group.' I know because this child disclosed it to me. I wanted to meet friends and this is when I was told about their predisposition toward homosexuality and she knew I would say things freely about salvation which would embarrass some and embolden others causing an argument. I might add this child has more on campus secular education than me and my other two children combined...may have some bearing on it. Maybe, or maybe this child has compassion on people and would not want to have somebody embarrass them rather than share the Gospel with them in a loving way', seasoning your language with love,....
http://www.whitehorseinn.org/blog/2014/02/23/whi-1194-an-interview-with-rosaria-champagne-butterfield/ you might want to take the time and listen to this woman of the Lord talk about her experiences about her life in lesbianism and how God used people in her neighborhood win her to Him. In short, she is an English professor at Syracuse University, and super sharp! Listen to how God used people around her to believe the Gospel,( Spoiler Alert!! It wasn't yelling and screaming at her telling her how wicked she was,...she found that out on her own, It was people loving her and praying for her)
As far as how deep the gift of God runs for pastor or parent, I wouldn't make your judgement; God gives grace according to faith.
2 Timothy 1:7 "For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind."
1 Corinthians 2:16 "For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he may instruct him? But we have the mind of Christ."
1 Corinthians 12:11 "But all these worketh that one and the selfsame Spirit, dividing to every man severally as he will."