Mormons are witnessing an “assault on the family,” all right. In fact, we’re often leading the charge.
Last night’s announcement about Mormon women’s new leadership role was indeed historic, but only if we are honest about their lack of leadership opportunities prior to the change. We don’t get to have it both ways.
Is it ever OK for Mormons to override the bishop and say no to a calling? If so, when is it permissible — or even for the best? Guest blogger Mette Harrison offers straight talk on an important topic.
Many Mormon women “have this ideal of who they’re supposed to be in order to be good and to be loved,” says author Jamie Zvirzdin. But what happens when they go off script? Enter the new book “Fresh Courage Take.”
Do you have Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome? If so, enter to win a copy of Reba Riley’s memoir, and possibly an Amazon gift card. You totally deserve something for all that past trauma. You’re welcome.
Ed Smart bears his testimony while Kate Kelly has a diva moment; Denver Snuffer represents the unorthodox right and and young transgendered Mormons speak to life on the left. It was all at Sunstone … and I missed it.
2 adult novels, 2 memoirs, 2 YA picks: here’s everything you need to bring to the beach this summer. (Towel and picnic not included.)
Mormons are tied for first place in well-being among all religious groups. A recent master’s thesis outlines 5 reasons for this, and also explores a paradox: How can Mormons be so happy while having high rates of antidepressant use?
Yesterday’s Mormon drinking game isn’t much use on Fast Sunday, as a reader pointed out. But never fear: Jerrilyn Hassell Pool has created Marriage Equality Bingo instead!