By natashaparker Natasha Helfer Parker interviews Dr. Roni Jo Draper, BYU-Provo professor of teacher education, regarding the multicultural education she offers students preparing to enter classroom settings. Dr. Draper says it well when she states that any one of the topics covered…
This episode, the third in our Mormon Matters Addiction and Recovery series, features another hopeful story, though it takes us through some very dark times before focusing on the light and healing ultimately found. This story, told by Coby and Ashlynn Mitchell, and aided by series co-host Bill Turnbull, takes …read more
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Join Lindsay as she interviews the Executive Board of Ordain Women about their upcoming April 2016 action towards women’s ordination.
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Jacob 5 is long, but relatively transparent–it is easy to discern that the vineyard is the world; the Lord is well, the Lord; and that the trees represent people. It makes sense that the “tame olive tree” is Israel and the …read more
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4th Watch 22: The High Cost of Resentment
This podcast is a follow up to my previous one on the “false dichotomy of Truth.” If you haven’t listened to it I suggest you do so because this will make more sense if you do.
This episode contains a hopeful story, though one difficult to hear in all of its details. Ultimately the marriage of Christian and Kelle Smith has survived the horrible ordeal of Christian’s addictions to pain medication, and eventually to other drugs and methods he used to escape paralyzing anxieties. And, in …read more
Source: Mormon Matters
This is a fro-back episode to the first ever pre-Infant group-discussion between Jake, Matt, Randy, and Glenn, with some important love and support from Heather C. and Erica S. And it is funny. And abhorrent. And a definite portend of things to come.
Join Gina and Lindsay as they interview Thomas Murphy about “Lamanite DNA,” the story of the Ten Tribes of Israel, and Book of Mormon origins.
By Gina Colvin
Atlanta based attorney Bryndis Roberts is the chair-elect of Ordain Women. In 2008 Bryndis joined the LDS church from the Black Baptist church and served for a number of years as a Relief Society President in an inner city Atlanta Ward. She soon discovered there to be several concerns with gender inequality …read more
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