Mormon Stories is an attempt to build understanding between and about Mormons through the telling of stories in both audio and video formats.
Broadcasting Behind Enemy Lines
Navigating Mormonism One Episode At A Time
Mormon Land explores the contours and complexities of LDS news. It's hosted by award-winning religion writer Peggy Fletcher Stack and Salt Lake Tribune managing editor David Noyce.
Exploring higher consciousness while healing from toxic religious shame. (Podcast/Community)
An Honest and Transparent Look at Mormonism’s Messiness
Podcast sobre la historia y la cultura mormona
Podcast by Not So Molly Mormon Podcast
Book of Mormon Central is designed and built by people who love the Book of Mormon. Our mission is to inspire greater knowledge of the Book of Mormon. We accomplish this mission in several ways: KnoWhys: Frequent short essays published on our website, and via memes, podcasts, and videos on social media. Archive: A comprehensive digital repository of resources relevant to the Book of Mormon. Interactive Text: A word by word explanation of the Book of Mormon text. Notes: A wiki platform that c ...
Providing Accurate Information and Sexual Education for Mormons and their Families
Navigating Mormonism One Episode At A Time
The radio show and podcast of Mormonism Research Ministry.
Discussing your questions on leaving Mormonism one letter at a time. Feel free to email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mythical Jesus Podcast
This is the Drunk Mormon Podcast! Join us each week as an ex-Mormon and a never-Mormon get drunk and learn about people who never get drunk—Mormons!
Messin' With Mormons hosts a weekly discussion with special guests that are involved in the community through art, business, or just being badass. Topics include comedy, local and world news, food, entertainment, sports, opinion, or whatever the hell we want. Instagram @MessinwithMormons Twitter @MessinWMormons
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Bishop Jensen and Elder Jaxxxon are working to move on from Mormonism. We're just here to laugh and process our own experiences.
The greatest podcast about Mormon err LDS err Latter-day Saint news that has ever exited or will ever exist
A podcast for the curious Mormon.
The Outer Brightness Podcast is an ongoing respectful conversation between friends about their transition out of the LDS Church to faith in Jesus alone for salvation. We don't agree on everything, and that's okay. Join us!
Podcast over de Heiligen der Laatste Dagen in Vlaanderen en Nederland
A podcast that seeks to highlight and model thoughtful faith within Mormonism
Brandon Vaughan and Dave Mallinak are both Baptist Pastors who live in the heart of Mormon country Utah. Join them each week as they offer hope and help through the truth of Scripture, as well as discuss the important issues from a distinctly Christian perspective, while also comparing and contrasting with the Mormon faith.
New RSS feed: http://mybookofmormonpodcast.libsyn.com/rss Ever wondered what Mormon religious texts really say? Play the drinking game with us as we read them all!!!
If you've ever read the Book of Mormon and been frustrated because you didn't understand it, this podcast is for you. Help you better understand the Book of Mormon by listening to this podcast.
Book of Mormon History provides easy access to current research for personal study. Study and learn the authentic context of the people, places, culture, language, and translation of the Book of Mormon through the eyes of scholars and researchers. Our mission is to bridge the gap between research and believers. Our vision is to foster a thriving belief in the historicity of the Book of Mormon and its translation. We value scholarship to help studies through a simple delivery.
Helping Mormons through difficult transitions.
This Podcast is designed to dig deep and uncover the extraordinary content found within the Book of Mormon. Each episode takes a close look at elements, evidences, facts, and revelations in the book which not only give us a look at ancient Egyptian and Pre-Columbian history and culture, but also point to the incontrovertible fact that the Book of Mormon is a true and authentic history, translated by the gift of God through the efforts of a very young Joseph Smith, presented to the world for ...
Mormon Mental Health is an online mental health resource serving the Mormon community through hosting mental health podcasts. Mormon Mental Health was created in response to an increasing demand for an easy way to inform and connect Mormons seeking mental health services with resources and professionals that address Mormon culture, Mormon beliefs, and the issues unique to Mormon family and community systems. Mormon Mental Health is a service of Mormon Stories and the Open Stories Foundation. ...
Hi, my name is Russell Brunson, and I want to welcome you to the Book of Mormon challenge. Recently I spent a small fortune and purchased one of the original 5000 copies of the book of mormon that Joseph Smith originally printed.. I did it because I had been treating this sacred book lightly... and I wanted to make it special again to me and my family... As Ezra Taft Benson said... there is a power in the book which will begin to flow into your lives the moment you begin a serious study it. ...
Teaching the Drunken Word of Mormon Doctrine. If you think drinking and religion should go hand in hand, then this is your podcast. Once a week I get very very drunk and explain Mormon Theology to my room-mate.
Jack Naneek offers contexual discussions on seeing Mormonism in a new way. He brings in interesting analogies, Eastern thought including Buddhist ideas, and his own experience as a resource to help us rise above the either/or perspective soften our spirits to navigate issues within Mormonism
We don't take ourselves seriously. You shouldn't either.
Is there space in the Mormon church for non-literal believers? Mormon Stories is joined today by Jon Westover, professor and former church apologist with FAIR Mormon to help us discover if the non-orthodox “middle way” is still a tenable path. We hope you enjoy hearing Jon’s story! ————— We are 100% donor funded! Please click HERE to donate and kee…
Wednesday Nov. 24th, RFM and Bill sat down with Denver Snuffer and discuss his life and the happenings around the Christian fellowships of “the Remnants” movement. Denver Snuffer is an author of Restorationist devotional books, a lecturer, a speculative theologian, and a revelator to fellowships of the remnants movement, a spiritual movement in sch…
Een hele diverse mix deze keer. Uiteraard speelt de nieuwe golf van corona een rol. Die heeft ook gevolgen voor onze kerk, verrassende gevolgen soms. René de boekenwurm heeft weer toegeslagen en we brengen ook enkele nieuwtjes.Bởi De Kast van Mormon
This month marks religion reporter Peggy Fletcher Stack’s 30th anniversary of covering The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for The Salt Lake Tribune.During that time, she has traveled the globe, journeying with prophets and interviewing apostles. She has written about divisive doctrines and inclusive gatherings, emerging trends and grou…
Why do we let our testimonies falter over little things? How does a harsh or insensitive word from a Bishop or Stake President influence our activity... or drive us out of the church? Why do we trip over the little things. There are big questions to be asked about God, about the Savior, about the Book of Mormon, that if answered positively, should …
Happy Thanksgiving! This weekend can bring so many emotions to the surface when spending time with your family and loved ones. In this episode we share our Thrive presentation with all of our listeners. How can we have closer relationships with those friends and family we would like to keep in our lives? We give you 5 strategies you can implement n…
Come Follow Me Insights (Doctrine and Covenants 137-138, Nov 29-Dec 5) by Book of Mormon CentralBởi Book of Mormon Central
This episode, we kicked off our short, “Things Mormons Hate” series, in which Matthew the Nuclear Calvinist and the Apostate Paul discuss Jonathan Edwards’ important sermon, “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” There are two parts to our discussion. In this second part, we discuss our thoughts about Edwards’ sermon and include a reading of the s…
Bishop Jensen and Elder Jaxxxon chat about how the church puts you in situations you shouldn't be in.Bởi Bishop Jensen & Elder Jaxxxon
Mosiah, Chapters 1-6Bởi Russell Brunson
Today we sit down with Margaret Placentra Johnston, author of Faith Beyond Belief, as well as her newest book Overcoming Spiritual Myopia. We talk about the spiritual journey hitting on concepts like leaving binary thinking and ethnocentricity, developing an inner authority, and the battle between belonging and authenticity. Become a Premium Subscr…
What do Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormons have in common? Listen to find out!Email us: email@example.comSupport us: patreon.com/notsomollymormonBởi Not So Molly Mormon Podcast
Sometimes the best laid plans are disrupted by divine intervention. Come learn with Lauren how God lets Mormons call audibles on the field, and hear some very important updates to the status of this very podcast! Follow us @DrunkMormonPod Visit our Merch Store! And find us on Patreon!Bởi David Jon Banks
There's a whole lot more to Thanksgiving than Turkey and football. Join us a we take a look back in time to the origins of the Thanksgiving holiday and why it still matters today.Bởi Brandon Vaughan
Hoy hablamos con una pareja argentina en Italia y nos cuentan cómo es ser un nuevo miembro de la Iglesia en el país del Viejo Mundo.Bởi ©PesquisasMormonas
Ishmael died in the Book of Mormon and was buried in Arabia in a place named Nahom. Remarkably, archaeologists have discovered a funerary stela in the region of ancient NHM (Book of Mormon Nahom) with the name Ishmael inscribed on it. The limestone stela has the name of Ishmael, dates to the correct time period and comes from the region of NHM. The…
Natasha interviews Kyle Ashworth the Host of Latter Gay Stories Podcast, a space where LGBTQ or SSA individuals, their families and allies can acknowledge, explore and honor shared experiences. Kyle and Natasha discuss his experience with her disciplinary council and what it means to the LGBTQ LDS community. Thank you to Jeff Meyers for the intro a…