Category: Journeys

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Christmas After Faith Transition

My earliest Christmas memories are of deep drifts of snow visiting my grandparents house in New England. They lived on top of a big hill, and sometimes when it was too icy, we had...

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Redemption in Baking

I served this imperfect cheesecake. It was sweet, silky, and lemony puddle, and I knew I was more than someone who couldn’t get the shape of my cheesecake just right.

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#hearLDSwomen: Gaslighted by My Bishop

  Gaslighting, whether done intentionally or not, is abusive. It is any behavior that sends a message to another person that might cause them to question reality.   After last April’s Saturday sessions of...

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The Sacredness of Doubt

Both of my parents were converts to the LDS Church, but my father was a zealous convert. On the way to school or church or the supermarket, he quizzed my brother, sister, and I...

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Guest Post: Calling Home

By Malena Crockett Along with so many others, I listened to Dallin Oaks deliver his recent Saturday general conference address with a mix of sorrow and horror. His message—undoubtedly intended to move the rank and...