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Join Doug and Mike for our first LIVE episode! We discuss the gods we choose to worship, the psychological link between Mormons and chain restaurants, our recent dreams (including maggots and Dune!) and so much more.We hope are able to feel the loving energy generated by our in-person eye-gazing channeled straight to your hearts. Much love and enjoy!Artist unknown. Message for credit.
Construction of the original Nauvoo Temple began in the spring of 1841 on a hilltop overlooking the Mississippi River. Early Latter-day Saints labored to build the temple, completing the sacred building after the martyrdom of the Prophet Joseph Smith. This episode of the Church News podcast explores the history and significance of the Nauvoo Temple. Joining the podcast is Spencer W. McBride, an associate managing historian of the Joseph Smith Papers who earned a Ph.D. in history from Louisiana State University. The host of “The Nauvoo Temple: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast,” he is uniquely poised to speak on Joseph Smith, the Restoration of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and the importance of the Nauvoo Temple for early Church pioneers and for all of us today. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode I got to talk to Nik Lee @rhoutofcontext and when I tell you, I enjoyed EVERY SINGLE SECOND of our conversation. We start out getting to know Nik and his backstory and how he went from New Zealand to Australia and his personal experience with the Mormon church. Then we get into all things housewives. We talk RHOSLC, RHOP and RHOBH while sharing more personal experiences in between. And Nik breaks down how the cast members and viewers of RHOBH were unconsciously pushing Crystal and Garcelle into the stereotypes of Asian and Black people in America.I truly enjoyed Nik and you WILL be hearing more of him!As always, shout out to my favorite podcast producer @cbreezzzeyMake sure you go check out Nik's store!
Pastor Scott McKinney of Centerpoint Church in Utah County talks to Bill and Eric about his new book and what it has been like to be a pastor in Utah for more than 3 decades. Pastor Scott shares some interesting insights in this week-long series.
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Casey and Danielle are fresh off their trip to Mecca - Salt Lake - and still reeling with joy. They discuss their pilgrimage to Mormon country with the hilarious and deeply astute student of Housewives and creator of The Other Two, Chris Kelly. He has explosive observations about Lisa Rinna's camera angles, Lisa Barlow's husband and why he is not buying what the world is selling him on Mary M. Cosby. It's a jam-packed episode because we are in a Golden Era of Housewives Television!!!! Salads have been tossed in Potomac, Sarah Paulson has joined the cast of Salt Lake and we are only through part ONE of the Beverly Hills Reunion. PART ONE!!! What a time to be alive! Also, get your tickets for Casey and Danielle's LIVE FROM HOME SPOOKTACULAR- our annual Halloween Show coming up this Thursday October 21st at 5:30PST/8:30EST. Come in costume and send pics of it at the beginning of the show to win prizes any boots on the ground to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org. GET TICKETS HERE: https://app.loopedlive.com/c/3725
Pastor Scott McKinney of Centerpoint Church in Utah County talks to Bill and Eric about his new book and what it has been like to be a pastor in Utah for more than 3 decades. Pastor Scott shares some interesting insights in this week-long series.
We're back for episode three in our multi-part series on religion's toxic effect on our sex lives, either while we were still believers or afterwards. Pirate God pays us a visit this week. Once again, TRIGGER WARNING: topics surrounding intense shame and guilt along with mature sexual themes such as abuse are discussed. Thanks to everyone who bravely contributed to this candid conversation!Music provided by Purple Planet: https://www.purple-planet.com.
Hi Beaches! Come on in, the water is warm! This week on Find Your Beach, Rosebud is kicked off ZocDoc for blowing off half the doctors in New York City, Andy breaks down his plan to invade the Mormon church and we discuss Dave Chappelle's controversial new Netflix special. Make sure you text us your BAD ADVICE questions and your CHILDHOOD TRAUMA stories and you'll get a shout out on the pod! TEXT your BAD ADVICE questions to 917-540-8395 Subscribe to the Patreon for exclusive videos and behind the scenes clips: http://www.patreon.com/findyourbeach... Follow Andy: http://www.instagram.com/imandyhaynes... Follow Rosebud: http://www.instagram.com/rosebudbaker... Produced at Park Studio: https://www.parkstudio.nyc/ Follow Park Studio NYC: @parkstudio.nyc
Lizzo says twerking is a spiritual expression, military archbishop says Catholic troops can claim religious exemption for COVID vaccine, Mormons double down on not wanting to be called Mormons, FFRF rids another school system of religious symbols, anti-kink pastor says Jesus plants dirty dreams to warn away sin, President Biden tries to save Christmas, and a discussion about whether we would ban all religions if we could?
Truth #2 the atonement. End of story. Nothing added. The final word. Join us as we discuss salvation and the infinite atonement. The Mormons can't teach these truths because of the way they have strayed from the Book of Mormon substituting modern day revelation and teaching to supplant the plain gospel. The "Restoration has not taught these truths due to fear of "separation" or "contention" or because they have created God in their image as opposed to knowing Him as He is. They quickly left the new covenant even the Book of Mormon and the plain and precious gospel contained therein and were admonished that they would remain under this condemnation until they returned to the message contained in the Book of Mormon. We explore some of these plain and precious truths and why the Mormons can't teach them and perhaps why the "Restoration" has not. We have a beautiful gospel to teach us how to come to Christ. Let us explore these truths. Scripture Search and Study http://www.restoredgospel.comRESTORED GOSPEL PODCAST - YOUTUBE CHANNELhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3v2iOr5b0MasXxThxGFGiAThe Bible Project https://bibleproject.comContact us with comments or questions at:http://email@example.comOr communicate with us on our facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/Restored-Gospel-Podcast-474436583303504/?modal=admin_todo_tour
Elder Ronald A. Rasband of The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints had an interesting opinion piece in The Hill. Boyud looks at what he said about faith, economics, and more ahead of the upcoming G20 summit. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Matt & Laura Hunter Laura grew up in a devout Christian home in Texas. After dating a few Mormon boys, she decided to take a deep dive into learning about the LDS church. She met Matt when he showed up on her doorstep as a missionary to give her the discussions. Their story takes us […] The post Marriage on a Tightrope: 110: Laura and Matt Hunter (Part 2) appeared first on Marriage on a Tightrope.
Matt & Laura Hunter Laura grew up in a devout Christian home in Texas. After dating a few Mormon boys, she decided to take a deep dive into learning about the LDS church. She met Matt when he showed up on her doorstep as a missionary to give her the discussions. Their story takes us […] The post Marriage on a Tightrope: 110: Laura and Matt Hunter (Part 2) appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
Having spent the last decade of his life working on the Joseph Smith Papers, Matthew Godfrey knows a thing or two about the Prophet's life. And as next week the Come, Follow Me chapters cover the stirring revelations Joseph received in Liberty Jail, we sat down to learn all we could from Matthew about them. For example, did you know that Joseph wrote nine letters total from Liberty Jail and just two them make up sections 121–123? On this special bonus episode, Matthew shares why he believes Liberty Jail changed Joseph as a person and as a prophet. “When you get into Joseph's life, you see that he's really not all that dissimilar from you or from me.” Show Notes 2:40- Joseph Smith Papers 6:42- A Changing and Evolving Relationship with Joseph Smith 10:12- History: The Family Business 11:54- Attaching Meaning to History 13:38- The “Much” in “After Much Tribulation” 23:25- Other Characters 27:15- The Inhumanity of Liberty Jail 30:13- Value of Friendship in the Life of the Prophet 35:55- A Personal Liberty 37:55- Joseph and Emma's Letters 41:20- Empathy and Urgency 43:44- When God Seems Absent 47:55- Redemptive Experiences 51:07- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Find the full episode transcript at ldsliving.com/allin. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you ever heard the phrase that a woman is like a race car? It isn't that far from the truth. Our bodies were created with systems. And those systems are constantly scanning the environment for things that will press on our sexual accelerators or stomp on the brakes. The key is to figure out how to use that system to increase your sexual desire and have a little fun in the process. Let's work on releasing those brakes, pushing on those accelerators and seeing what happens!
We're back and at it this week, with all the latest from the weekend that was and will be! (Start - 1:42:45) We start off looking back at Baylors beatdown in Waco, The Sooners miracle at the annual clash in Dallas, and TCU winning comfortably in Lubbock! (1:42:45 - End) Next the game of the week between the Pokes and Horns. After that we stop in Waco for the Mormons vs the Baptist in a future Big 12 matchup. Up next the sleeper of the weekend as the Red Raiders meet the Jayhawks. At night we get one to watch as the Frogs come to Norman to challenge a Sooners squad riding high off a huge win. Last but definitely not least its the battle of the State schools, we get Farmageddon under the lights in Manhattan! Thanks for listening and see ya soon!
LDS community dynamics in the U.S. (and also in certain other places in the world) have shifted greatly in the past two decades, as someone's politics have largely overshadowed their religious identity. As our guest this episode, Stephen Carter, argues, we now likely know more about someone who identifies themselves as a political conservative (or a liberal or a progressive) than from their being a Latter-day Saint. This has led to many fascinating changes. Among the largest of these, we are now seeing more and more church members who have been radicalized politically beginning to doubt the inspiration of the prophet and other leaders, whereas it was generally those more politically liberal who were the wrestlers with that question. Stephen also suggests that it is now political conservatism that is driving Mormonism than Mormonism influencing members' political leanings. And this is true not only in the LDS church but many others as well. Where can we find escape from politics these days? Stephen argues that the current trend is toward "short-form" religions rather than traditional ones with large, sweeping, mythic arcs that suggest answers for where we came from, why we are here, and where we are going (or, at least, what is the highest form of human flourishing. Drawing on work by scholar Amanda Montell, he notes that it seems that folks leaving traditional worship spaces and communities are gravitating toward fitness groups, such as SoulCycle and CrossFit, and to internet influencers, gurus, etc, that don't require giving ascent to a full religious/mythic worldview so much as gaining "results now." The jolt once recognized as Spirit is now the positive feelings we gain as we note our self-improvement, and when in communities that have formed among those who "gather" in these ways, in person or online, and are not "high-cost" groups. Tying back to the today's politics and religion intermingling, Stephen proposes that now more than ever, we need spaces and community ties that are free from political cultishness and that look forward to future generations and provide them. He believes religions and religious participation might need to be what saves the future by working on "hearts knit in love" and that have a sense of what the big-picture world is and true peace and joy. Ultimately, he proposes that it is worthwhile (to us and to the future) to continue to engage with others in religious spaces, even if we sometimes don't like it at all and fail to receive spiritual uplift. It is the continuation of the religious space and community that is vital. And, of course, at each point in the conversation, LDF host Dan Wotherspoon argues that it is still very possible to experience joy and life- and people-affirming love while at church and in settings dominated by a religious worldview. Please enjoy this fascinating tour through several topics woven together masterfully! And don't let the argument for "Why We Should Attend Church Even If We Might Not Like It" scare you off!
Muslims and Mormons and Muad-dib oh my! Guests Ali Karjoo-Ravary, professor of Islamic studies at Bucknell University, and Michael Haycock, Christian Life Coordinator at Georgetown University, dish out all the nerdy takes on the intersection of religion and sci fi / fantasy. We discuss the Islamic influences in Frank Herbert's Dune, Christian themes in CS Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia, and how religious minorities are represented in sci fi. Learn more about: Ali's Writing: https://www.aljazeera.com/opinions/2020/10/11/paul-atreides-led-a-jihad-not-a-crusade-heres-why-that-matters https://ajammc.com/author/alikarjooravary/ Michael's Writing: https://www.patheos.com/blogs/peculiarpeople/2014/06/second-life-and-the-second-estate/ https://www.dialoguejournal.com/articles/the-earth-and-the-inhabitants-thereof-non-humans-in-the-divine-household/ https://www.patheos.com/blogs/peculiarpeople/2018/08/sorry-to-bother-you-the-human-body-as-technology/ Further Reading: Ali's Picks: Arabian Nights and Days, Naguib Mahfouz The City of Brass, S.A. Chakraborty (and the rest of the Daevabad Trilogy) Alif the Unseen, G. Willow Wilson The Bird King, G. Willow Wilson The Haunting of Tram Car 015, P. Djèli Clark The Pauper Prince and the Eucalyptus Jinn, Usman Tanveer Malik Frankenstein in Baghdad, Ahmed Saadawi Michael's Picks: The Folk of the Fringe, Orson Scott Card Wandering Realities, Steven Peck The Infinite Future, Tim Wirkus +++ Leave a Review! bit.ly/interfaithish Social: www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ twitter.com/interfaithish Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we discuss Mormon Temples, the prosperity gospel, and the Mormon church's use of social media influencers to promote its temple work. Feel free to post your comments, experiences, and questions below! ————— We are 100% donor funded! Please click HERE to donate and keep this content coming! Click here to donate monthly: $10 $25 $50 —————
This week special guest Dusti joins us on the show! She tells her incredible story of how and why she left the Mormon church. Content warning: infant loss Check out Dusti's blog: deconstructingdiva.wordpress.com Email us: email@example.com Support us: patreon.com/notsomollymormon
So many things try to dictate how we act. It's easy to follow when we don't know who we really are. In Part 2 of this conversation with Jessica, we really get into what it looks like to navigate acting most aligned to who you are and not what you are told. The navigation of self within the social structures of our social ecosystems is a balance many do not achieve. Jessica gets into what this looks like for her as she is an example of what is truly possible to live a happy life. /// Today we are with Jessica Frew, co-host of the "Husband in Law" Podcast. A podcast for those who are open-minded enough to let go of the religious and social norms they have been taught we should all fit into. Steve, Jessica, and Matt walk through the science of making a relationship successful. Steve and Jessica were happily married for seven years until Steve came out as being gay, which inevitably ended in divorce. Now, Matt and Jessica have been happily married for six years. Matt, Jessica, and Steve have a relationship that, by most standards, would be considered atypical. Sharing stories of love, marriage, children, divorce, the struggles of religious norms, homosexuality, and trying to be our best selves, this podcast holds nothing back and shares what most people are scared to talk about. Jessica is really passionate about Living a BOLD life and how it not only impacts us personally but also in the way we show up in our relationships. /// Topics we discuss: Managing judgementBeing divorced in the Mormon Church Accepting her ex husband Accepting a "Different" life Religious identityWhat being Mormon means to her Loving and not loving it at the same time Questioning Her journey of self-discoveryJournaling Helping others on their journey Parenting her child to be herself References: Husband in Law Podcast Brene Brown Church of Jesus Christ Identity Covering Credits: Music: Main Theme: "Eaze Does It" by Shye Eaze and DJ Rufbeats, a More In Common Podcast Exclusive. All music created by DJ Rufbeats
As part of our First Person series, Forum invites Bay Area residents to share their lived experience leading remarkable and important lives within our community. Matt Marostica lives in Berkeley but is the High Councilor in the Oakland Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as people within the faith prefer to be called instead of the more common term Mormon. Marostica, a former bishop of the Berkeley ward, says his congregation is made up of all sorts of people, from openly-gay members, to undocumented immigrants, to conservatives. Marostica says he loves his church and faith community, and is working to change it from the inside.
It's time for another truly wild episode of Dateline's season 30, featuring a Mormon woman named Lori from Idaho that isn't Lori Vallow! When a husband falls overboard in the middle of a very cold and very deep lake, his wife turns out not to be just an innocent widow because this is Dateline and Keith Morrison is leaning towards the foulest of foul play. Add some affairs, shady shell corporations, and giant sequoias of suspicion and you've got yourself a very memorable Dateline, even before Dog the Bounter Hunter shows up. Stock up on Kirkland brand allergy medicine, gather together your loved ones for some family embezzlement fun, and get ready to set sail! It's time for A DATE WITH DATELINE: Deep Trouble. Official Description from NBCU: Insiders close to an Idaho woman accused of murdering her husband speak out for the first time on television, new details emerge, including never-before-seen body cam and jailhouse footage. Keith Morrison reports. Check out our wonderful sponsors for some great deals and to support the podcast! We can all use a little Better Help! As a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting BetterHelp.com/dateline. Whether your problems are small, big, or Dateline big, Better Help can help! It's getting colder out, so warm your toes in comfort with Bombas! Get 20% off your first order at bombas.com/datedateline! For every pair you buy, they donate a pair! Prose is the healthy hair regimen with your name all over it. Take your free in-depth hair consultation and get 15% off your first order! Go to prose.com/datedateline! Strike a Prose! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Justice "ICE" and Steph Goodwin join us this week to talk about billiards and running the local BCA pool leagues. We give some crypto advice for the big and small players. And a big "Oorah" for the Marines. Voicemail/Text: 801-252-6069 Website: http://www.messinwithmormons.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MessinWithMormons Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/messinwithmormons
You know how parents have a tendency to relax a bit with each new child? Well, Ron Misbach was the ninth of nine children, and his parents were, well pretty much done with rules and regulations when he entered the picture. Ron took full advantage of the freedom he had. Often, he used this freedom to do things his parents wouldn't approve of but, they were usually unaware of what Ron was doing. When they were made aware, it was typically a phone call from the local police.In part one of Ron's life story, he tells of living his life in opposition to the way he was raised in a devout, Mormon home. His decisions had consequences, and these consequences often ended up with Ron being on the wrong side of the law. Although he may have graduated from the school of hard knocks, lessons were learned. Everybody has a story, and I invite you to spend an hour or so and listen to the life story of Ron Misbach; the first half anyway.
In March 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic intensified across the globe, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints turned their thoughts to full-time missionaries facing increasing health risks and nations about to close borders. They began returning missionaries to their home nations and reimagining the work. This episode of the Church News podcast explores all that has happened to missionary work during the past year and a half and looks forward to the future of missionary work in the Church of Jesus Christ. The episode features Elder Marcus B. Nash, a General Authority Seventy and executive director of the Church's Missionary Department, and David N. Weidman, managing director of the Church's Missionary Department to talk about missionary work, with Church News managing editor and former Arizona Phoenix Mission president Scott Taylor as guest host. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For this brief episode, Robin covers a handful of pieces from the Lori Vallow / Chad Daybell case that have dropped over the last week. Guys, there is simply too much to cover on this podcast. This will be Part 1, which covers some of the text/physical drops. Part 2 will entail coverage of the myriad video interviews, from people like Lori Vallow, Alex Cox, Melanie Gibb, Jason Mow and more. ---------------------------------------------------We Saw the Devil: Website: http://www.wesawthedevil.com Get Free Sh*t: http://www.wsdlove.comDiscord: https://discord.gg/QDA8QHm6Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/WeSawtheDevil Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/wesawthedevilpodcastPatreon: http://www.patreon.com/wesawthedevil --------------------------------------------- We would like to thank our Executive Producers: Brittany H Denise BBren WMaureen M Emalie SAshley MYlana Dawn M Amy SShawna SIris SMeghann A
Shiloh and Ben discuss some history of the early Saints’ early persecution that is not often talked about in Sunday school. These sections comprise the period in Missouri after the Saints left Kirtland in 1837 until the Missouri “Extermination Order” in October 1838. While the relationship between the early Saints and the Missourians was not perfect in 1838 it was functional and, some historians argue, had begun to heal and mend since the Jackson County expulsion in 1834 and the Clay County expulsion in 1836. However, relationships between the Saints and their Missouri neighbors took a radical downturn in the summer and fall of 1838 leading to Governor Boggs’ famous Executive Order 44 (the “Extermination Order”) that forced Mormon settlers out of Missouri in late October of 1838. While the legality and judiciousness of this Order was in question even in Boggs’ day among many Missourians it was not signed and administered in a vacuum. While the mass expulsion of an entire community—depriving them of their legally protected natural rights—is unjustifiable, there were many actions performed by the Saints (and the Danite vigilante group) that gave many substantive reasons for the Missourians’ and the Governor’s legitimate concern about the growing population of Mormon settlers in the region.
What's good, Pitmasters?! Tonight, we're talking about the attempted cancellation of one Dave Chappelle (13:05), how young Mormons are trying to sneak into Heaven by "soaking" (43:55), and a new way to make hot dogs even more disgusting (1:13:56)! Tap in with the homies!
Matt & Laura Hunter Laura grew up in a devout Christian home in Texas. After dating a few Mormon boys, she decided to take a deep dive in to learning about the LDS church. She met Matt when he showed up on her doorstep as a missionary to give her the discussions. Their story takes […] The post Marriage on a Tightrope: 109: Laura and Matt Hunter (Part 1) appeared first on Marriage on a Tightrope.
Matt & Laura Hunter Laura grew up in a devout Christian home in Texas. After dating a few Mormon boys, she decided to take a deep dive in to learning about the LDS church. She met Matt when he showed up on her doorstep as a missionary to give her the discussions. Their story takes […] The post Marriage on a Tightrope: 109: Laura and Matt Hunter (Part 1) appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
Former Jehovah's Witness Doug Smith and I talk about the Jehovahs. They. Are. Weird. Doug got raised in it when his mom decided some guy at her front door had great points. Parents never run it by their kids when they decide to join some cult. They always just sign everybody up for it without even a chance to weigh in. Anyway, it was a funny discussion of one of the world's most interesting sects of Christianity. I guess those snake handlers might have them beat. And the Shakers. Did you know the Shakers let their prepubescent boys practice pulling out on post-menopausal women? Also, they made great furniture. So I guess top 5 of weird Christians would be Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, Shakers, Snake handlers, and the Amish. Damn. That gives me 4 ideas for new podcasts. More from Doug! Instagram Twitter Listen to Doug's album “Barely Regal”: https://800pgr.lnk.to/DougTW Follow Ari on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arishaffir/ Support mayhem - Join the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/skeptictank Merch: https://bit.ly/arimerch See Ari live - Get tickets for upcoming shows: http://www.arishaffir.com/tour/ 11/12 | Orlando 11/19 | Tampa 12/02 | OKC 12/09 | Boston 12/16 | San Antonio The Music: Marvin Gaye - Can I Get A Witness Eels - Jehova's Witness Loretta Lynn - Happy Birthday Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Doug Smith - Stopping A Rape The Raconteurs - Don't Bother Me Thanks to our sponsors! Go to BetterHelp.com/Ari for 10% off your first month of counseling. Head over to 3Chi.com and use code "Skeptic" at checkout for 5% off your order!
Scout and Mady chat with Indy Blue about her experience growing up on the internet, building Lonely Ghost and seeing her brand out in the wild, her relationship with the Mormon church, and her life as a mom. GET OUR MERCH HERE :) JOIN OUR COMMUNITY CENTER ON GENEVA! SUBSCRIBE to the new Okay Sis newsletter here- TGIM is about to take on a whole new meaning! Website: www.okaysispodcast.com Follow us! Indy: @indyblue_ Okay Sis: @okaysispodcast Scout: @scoutsobel Mady: @madymaio Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's nice to see them isn't it? This week I am joined by THE Sentimental Men, Quincy Brown and Kevin Bianchi! Of course we talk all things Wicked from bootlegs to the similarities between myself and Stephanie J. Block. We also talk about following our passions, living in NYC with purpose, Mormons, and answer Kevin's favorite interview question, what is your favorite musical?Follow QuincyFollow KevinFollow Sentimental MenFollow RyanFollow Why Are You Like This?Don't forget to rate, comment and subscribe :) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A deep DIYve. In this episode, Kate explores DIY blogging through the lens of LDS influencers that promote power tools as a tool for women's empowerment. Kate meanders through her history with home decor shows, discusses how she came to find this renovated girl boss messaging, then walks through the who/what/when/why of how some members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints got heavily involved with blogging, and more specifically (per listener emails from church members) how DIY blogging is a clear extension of LDS members' religious-cultural values. Then, Kate discusses how there are distinctions in monetization methods that DIY bloggers often pursue. Some can be harmless/helpful, some often subtly promote a pyramid scheme, and some could be potentially dangerous in the pursuit of profit for their ‘non-expert' construction tutorials that often circumvent input from professionals. Enjoy!BE THERE IN FIVE LIVE TICKETS! bethereinfive.com/live-showsBonus episodes, e.g. Twilight as a Mormon allegory: patreon.com/bethereinfiveSUPPORT OUR SPONSORSHelix is offering up to $200 off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners HelixSleep.com/bethereinfiveRitual is offering my listeners 10% off your first three months. Visit ritual.com/BETHEREINFIVE and turn healthy habits into a RitualWith Boll & Branch, listeners get an exclusive 15% off your first set of sheets with promo code BETHEREINFIVE at bollandbranch.comButcherBox™ is giving new. members free ground beef FOR LIFE! Sign up at ButcherBox.com/BETHEREINFIVE and get 2 pounds of ground beef free in every order for the life of your membership
We're back for episode two in our multi-part series on religion's toxic effect on our sex lives, either while we were still believers or afterwards. Trigger warning: topics surrounding intense shame and guilt along with mature sexual themes such as abuse are discussed. Thanks to everyone who bravely contributed to this candid conversation!Music provided by Purple Planet: https://www.purple-planet.com.
Priests and nuns in India ordered to pay taxes, Tennessee's governor offers time-honored solution for COVID-19 outbreak, French commission uncovers shocking number of Catholic Church sex abuse cases, Daniel Ortega and Nicaragua, a priest actually doesn't sexually molest child, Pat Robertson makes way for next generation, and the Mormon prophet just said something mighty revealing about his real level of influence over membership.
What questions are on your mind this week? Do you have something you've been wanting to ask? What queries have you, our dear Mormon Stories listeners? Tell us! Join John and Carah for a live stream as we chat, answer your questions, and hit the hot topics of the week in the Mormon/post-Mormon realm. ————— We are 100% donor funded! Please click HERE to donate and keep this content coming! Click here to donate monthly: $10 $25 $50 —————