A site for those who are questioning their faith in the Mormon Church and for those who need support as they transition their lives to a normal life. We are not affiliated with any religion and we do not advocate any religion.
erisophia Dec. 2014
Hello! I'm brand new here.
I have never been baptized as Mormon, although I came pretty close. I'd been attending church with them for a couple of months until I realized I was being 'love bombed'
sheepherder Dec. 2014
Why do you think the women have to veil their faces in the temple?
Is it because God is so offended at seeing their femininity that he doesn't want to see their face?
rutabaga Nov. 2014
Shortly after the California Prop 8 debacle, someone made a simple comment to me. "The temple is all about polygamy." That had never occurred to me before and I went "Hmm."
RPackham Dec. 2014
And are new exmormons still suffering from it?
I have been reading an article from last June in the Huffington Post, by Amanda Chan, "The Secret to Dealing With Passive-Aggressive People"
Lori C Dec. 2014
I am very happy to report due to this just being brought to my attention that my post about "A Word of Advice to All New Female Missionaries" (attached below) was given or rather read to two serving Sisters and one had now come home early.
jonesb Dec. 2104
First off I realize that I'm dumb for still paying. That's not the point here. I'm working on it but it's complicated with a believing wife.
The bishop told my kids that if they don't pay tithing they would burn at the second coming.
Steve benson Nov 2014
In another thread, RfM poster “cokezero” reports on the canned reply they received as to the unnamed individuals authorized and responsible for writing the stream of apologetic essays being frantically rolled out by a cornered Mormon Cult:
There is an older couple that live across the street from us, very TBM. Our relationship with them (and other mormons in the neighborhood) basically ended 2 years ago when my wife and I left. That's what happens I guess when you leave a cult.
enia Oct. 2014
Hey. I don't really know if I can write about this here, I mean, if this is a right place for it. My (now ex) boyfriend started to hang out with Mormons and is now planning to convert. Since you guys probably know about this much much more and have seen different people converting, staying in church, leaving from church etc, I wondered that maybe if I give you a detailed description of the situation and of him
steve benson Oct. 2914
Before I get started, I should mention that I recently got a phone call at my work office, out of the blue, from Hatch, who was dailing me up from Provo, Utah, where he informed me he that had been hanging out at BYU with some of his 80-plus-year-old buddies.
Already Gone Oct. 2014
Nearly every single talk was on staying in the church, following the prophet, how leaders are inspired, and how they know best for you and how they are not out of touch or bigoted.
baneberry Oct. 2014
Several family members, children and parents, must have been inspired by conference and are using various approaches to talk to us. One is a walk down memory lane and how wonderful it used to be when we all went to conference together. Another is a guilt trip about how drinking coffee creates a horrible impression upon their children and they don't feel safe in our home.
Feb. 2014 Fundamental Teachings being Denied
"They will receive everything our Father in Heaven has and will become like Him. They will even be able to have spirit children and make new worlds for them to live on, and do all the things our Father in Heaven has done."
Christopher Michael Jensen, 22, of Cheswick Drive, Martinsburg, was found guilty of one count of first-degree sexual assault and two counts of sexual abuse by a custodian Feb. 6 following a jury trial in Berkeley County Circuit Court.
Steve Benson Jan. 2013
The Money Machine Behind the Mormon Myth: How the LDS Church Has Paid Its Top Leaders While Lying About the Supposed ”Lay Clergyness” of It All
sherlock Dec. 2012
From the new Mormon website:
"We believe that with an eternal perspective, a person’s attraction to the same sex can be addressed and borne as a mortal test. It should not be viewed as a permanent condition".
But isn't this really, really insulting to a gay person? Telling them that an important intrinsic part of their nature is just temporary and a 'problem' to bear with for a period of time?
by wjexmo Mar 2012
Jesus finally has a mall worthy of his presence.
God has always instructed his peoples to build shopping centers.
by presbyterian Jan 2012
Very sad person mentioned reading stuff here.
by Simon in Oz Jan 2012
This is the first time I have heard a general authority openly admit the church is currently losing a lot of its members.
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