Episode 41: Twelve Common Limiting Beliefs and Emotional Blocks for Mormons

By lindsay

Join Lisa as she and Rebecca from Radiant and Real health, along with Nikki discuss twelve emotional blocks that prevent Mormons from finding peace and wellness. They discuss guilt, shame and other limiting beliefs that many Mormons hold on to.


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Source: Feminist Mormon Housewives Podcast

An Interview with Edward J. Blum “The Color of Christ: The Son of God and the Saga…” (Episode 18)

By themormonbookreview

Edward J. Blum is a historian of race and religion in the United States. He is the author of W. E. B. Du Bois, American Prophet (Politics and Culture in Modern America) (2007), and Reforging the White Republic: Race, Religion, and American Nationalism, 1865-1898 (Conflicting Worlds: New Dimensions …read more
Source: Mormon Book Review

Mormon FAIR-Cast 131: Blacks and the LDS Priesthood

By SteveDensleyJr In this episode, Darius Gray provides a partial chronology concerning Blacks and the LDS priesthood. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was established in 1830, at which time, its first president and prophet, Joseph Smith ordained all men unto the priesthood.  The only qualification is that they embrace …read more
Source: FAIR-Cast

035: Doctrine & Covenants Lesson 9: The Only True and Living Church

By Jared Anderson

“The Only True and Living Church”

Student ReadingDoctrine and Covenants 20:1–36, 68–69, 75–79; 21; 27; 115:1–4; Our Heritage, pages 14–16, Isaiah 29:14, Daniel 2:44, Revelation 14:6–7, D&C 65:2

Additional Teacher ReadingIsaiah 11:11–12; 29:13–14; Jeremiah 31:31–33; …read more
Source: Mormon Stories Sunday School

029: Cognitive Dissonance and Faith Transition

By Micah Nickolaisen

The theory of Cognitive Dissonance is a well-established concept in the field of psychology that explains why we all experience discomfort and anxiety when we are exposed to new ideas and beliefs or engage in behavior that conflict with our pre-existing views, ideals, and beliefs. I’ve been extremely interested …read more
Source: A Thoughtful Faith

An Interview with Michael Scott Van Wagenen “Between Pulpit and Pew: The Supernatural…” (Ep. 17)

By themormonbookreview

Michael Scott Van Wagenen is an assistant professor and public history coordinator at Georgia Southern University. He previously taught borderlands history at the University of Texas at Brownsville. He is the author of The Texas Republic and the Mormon Kingdom of God (South Texas Regional Studies) (Texas A&M Press, …read more
Source: Mormon Book Review

155–156: LDS Military Chaplains

By Dan Wotherspoon

This two-part episode offers a wonderful peek into military chaplaincy, a career unlike any other, and, in particular, experiences of LDS chaplains. Two active duty LDS Army chaplains—Nathan Kline and Jason Unsworth—and one retired LDS Air Force chaplain—Phil McLemore—share the history of chaplaincy and how it has …read more
Source: Mormon Matters