The Westboro Folks are definitely WRONG in their approach to opposing homosexuality. No one should be called names and attacked like the Westboro folks do. What they do is degrading.
Let me say that I believe the Bible teaches that homosexuality is gross sin, and that the open acceptance and promotion of it is the judgement of God upon a land prior to destruction of that land. But we ought reach a hand out to those caught in the grip of this dread sin. Certainly we ought not appear to celebrate them, but we ought also not appear to hate them.
Rather than attack individuals, Westboro would better serve the cause of Christ to use the system God has provided to change the government leadership which facilitates and empowers this sinful lifestyle.
Conversely those professing Believers who give the impression of support of the Homosexual lifestyle by proclaiming that God loves seem also to miss the point. The prime attribute of God is His holiness and His love is a natural outflow of that holiness. Because He is holy and loves, He gave His only Son that men need not be enslaved by such things as homosexuality. He loves so much that he condemns the sin all the while offering to the offender a path whereby he might not only find deliverance, but the power to overcome those tendencies in his life.
When one rejects God's proffered salvation, which by the way is offered ONLY on God's terms, and there is not negotiation; that one will suffer the consequences of that rejection. That is why we cease not to warn in spoken and written word continually, and do not fear the lament of the populace as they decry our supposed intolerance.
So, one might ask, "Just what is this salvation which is a path to deliverance from homosexuality?" Simply stated, it is making Jesus Christ, Lord and Savior of one's life. Well how is that accomplished? I believe Scripture teaches that God offers to every human being the opportunity to turn to Him and the wherewithal to accomplish that turn. (1) First one must be convicted that he, himself, is a sinner and the enemy of God. This is not a natural thing and is accomplished through the work of God's Holy Spirit. You can be sure, I believe, that if you see yourself in such a light it is the work of God in your life.
(2) After recognition of one's condition, he is broken hearted over that condition. Not because of potential consequences but because of what sin does to Holy God. Sin caused Jesus Christ to leave the glory of heaven and suffer the indignities of the cross while paying with His totally innocent life the penalty for sin which you and I deserve.
(3) One must, having recognized that condition and experienced contrition for sin; confess to God in prayer. Prayer is talking with God and requires no particular formula or pattern. It is the genuine outpouring of one's heart to God with the belief that He cares and hears. Confession is simply saying to God that you know your unworthy sinfulness and acknowledge your inability to cure yourself, and your need of an intercessor. By faith you confess that you believe and trust in Jesus Christ as the only way and accept Him as LORD.
(4) These first three steps might happen in a moment and be hardly distinguishable one from the other, but the fourth step takes a life time. It involves conversion from Sin. At the time of salvation God has been doing a mighty work in the life of the individual. He gives one a new heart that is bent toward Him rather than toward the world. However, God does not destroy the pull of the world in the individual's life. He is given a new purpose, a new direction, a new name, and a new eternal home. He is also given a new companion, the Holy Spirit, who indwells him and provides strength, direction, companionship, comfort, courage, and whatever else is needed to accomplish God's plan for that life. The Holy Spirit will warn the genuine Believer when he is tempted to stray from God's purposes, and He will provide the strength to turn from evil. Should the Believer fail to listen to the warning and become caught up in sin, the Holy Spirit will continue to call to him to repent of the sin and return to God in confession.
God allows each Believer to make choices continually, with each carrying rewards and consequences. That is why it is a life long process of turning from sin.
A word of caution--No one can come to the Father except the Spirit draw him. Therefore, it is extremely important that one respond to Him when He calls because that may be the only call which comes.