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Faith Matters

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Faith Matters

Faith Matters Foundation

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Faith Matters offers an expansive view of the Restored Gospel, thoughtful exploration of big and sometimes thorny questions, and a platform that encourages deeper engagement with our faith and our world.We focus on the Latter-day Saint (Mormon) tradition, but believe we have much to learn from other traditions and fully embrace those of other beliefs.
 
Charlie Bird and Ben Schilaty discuss questions they are commonly asked as gay members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Each week they are joined by a guest to talk about a question as it relates to LGBTQ+ topics within the context of faith. To submit a question or share a comment about an episode, you can email questionsfromthecloset@gmail.com.
 
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Saints In the South

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Saints In the South

Kenny, Heidi, Marcus, Andrew, Jackson

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Saints In The South is a group of friends who live in the south and are members of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day saints. We discuss current Sunday school curriculum, current events, and how the words of God are applied in our day. We strive to express faith promoting experiences and discuss social dynamics that are experienced all over the world as it pertains to faith and following God on this mortal journey. We hope to add our small voice to this huge world in helping build ...
 
Love Is Spoken Queer is a brand new Podcast where the Topics are Gospel and the Voices are LGBTQ+! Join Dustin Larsen (an active GAY member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints), René Hernandez and their Special Guests each week as they discuss a new Gospel Topic through a Queer Perspective. Add your own Queer Perspective on Gospel Topics by sending them to: lovespokenqueer@gmail.com.
 
A podcast based the perspective of fathers on the concept of Righteous and Intentional Parenting. Joseph Winkle and Taylor Greenhalgh (both fathers) have some fun discussing parenting and some of their own success and failures as dads. In several episodes, you'll probably hear the perspective of wives and mothers, as well as other knowledgeable guest experts. The podcast is for anyone who is now, or is aspiring to become, a parent. The subject is approached from the idea that parenting is a ...
 
Pointing toward hope is a positivity filled podcast, for anyone seeking to find more hope and joy in daily life. My goal is to reach as many people as we can to help them to overcome and find joy even in the midst of hard things. Thanks for listening. Be sure to subscribe like and leave a review so that we can help as many people as possible. If you or someone you know has a trial that you have been able to get through with the help of our Savior, please contact me so we can get you on the p ...
 
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Saints Podcast

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Saints Podcast

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Each week the Saints podcast features interviews with historians, General Authorities, writers, researchers, and others involved with the new history of the Church, Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days.
 
For members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or those interested in a Latter-day Saint perspective of the gospel of Jesus Christ. The goal in each episode is to identify how Christ sets us free as we live different parts of His gospel. Due to storage limitations making it necessary to delete early episodes as I publish more, the first 20 episodes can be found on https://www.thatwhichperishethnot.com/archived-episodes as they are taken off of podomatic to make room for more. ...
 
The Ethical Mormonism Project hopes to inspire change regarding problematic issues within the history, theology and culture of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly known as the Mormon Church or “Mormonism”). We intend to accomplish this by helping define and spotlight the problems and by respectfully calling upon leaders of the church to approach them more ethically -- with greater transparency, honesty and compassion. We acknowledge that the church already does good in ...
 
Hi! I'm Sarah Belliston. My podcast follows the Come, Follow Me study schedule for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I keep my weekly episodes on the shorter side so you can keep up with your busy life. I upload each Monday and share the quotes, concepts, and most importantly the questions I've pondered that week. These sparks, as I call them, inspired me to think of things in a new way. Hopefully they'll do the same for you. If they do, I'd love to hear about them. You can em ...
 
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Join us this week as we discuss the personal conversion story of Warren Cowdery, the organizing of the priesthood offices and quorums, and Lyman Sherman's desire to receive comfort of full forgiveness. From Come Follow Me Manual: At first glance, Doctrine and Covenants 107 might seem to be only about organizing priesthood offices into a leadership …
 
This week, we were honored to bring back Michael Wilcox for one of the most interesting discussions we’ve ever had. We’ve discovered, as we’ve gotten to know him, just how well-versed he is in all world religions, not just in Latter-day Saint theology. We’re breaking this episode into two parts — in this first part, Brother Wilcox explains why it i…
 
Dorothy* continues the discussion on leaving JW faith in this final part. Please consider donating to our GoFundMe: https://gofund.me/129cbede so we can become a non-profit, to help those looking to leave a high-demand religion with therapy, medical, legal, and such. If you are contemplating leaving, or have left, and need help protecting your digi…
 
Has Jesus Come? Spiritual Treasures Lyman Sherman Challenge Lesson 39—September 19 “To Have the Heavens Opened” #DoctrineandCovenants #comefollowme #comefollowme2021 #realtalkcomefollowme What is your perception of the preparation we need to do for the Second Coming? Has the Savior been here already? These poignant questions are discussed in today’…
 
If you’ve ever wanted to hear from an expert in all things church history, you must tune in to today’s episode of Real Talk and Friends! Steven C. Harper, a professor of church history and doctrine at BYU, is with our hosts to share his knowledge and insight thanks to his extensive education and experience. He earned a MA in American History from U…
 
Faith Matters has teamed up with Leading Saints to produce a new "virtual summit" focused on the experience of single adult members of the Church. Though we would love for any single adult to attend, this isn't what you might think of as a "single adult conference" — the intended audience is anyone who loves someone in their life who is a single ad…
 
Gratitude is a powerful thing. In this episode, Taylor and Joseph discuss moments when they have focused on gratitude and how it pulled them through and brightened their lives. They discuss principles from the following sources: The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Anchor Synopsys and Ted Talk Link at https://blog.hubspot.com/service/happiness-advantag…
 
Abby* discusses leaving Mormonism on 10/24. Please consider donating to our GoFundMe: https://gofund.me/129cbede so we can become a non-profit, to help those looking to leave a high-demand religion with therapy, medical, legal, and such. If you are contemplating leaving, or have left, and need help protecting your digital info, Michael at https://c…
 
René and Dustin add their Queer Voices to the Voices of the Restoration; alongside Zion's Camp members Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, and Wilford Woodruff! Add your voice by sending your thoughts to: lovespokenqueer@gmail.com or DM us on Social: Instagram: @lovespokenqueer Twitter: @lovespokenqueer Facebook: Love Is Spoken Queer…
 
Today I will be sharing the epilogue to the epilogue that I talked about last week. A synopsis of the things that have changed in my life since finishing the book. Thanks for listening. Please follow and leave a review and share with others. It will help others when searching for the podcast, and I truly appreciate your support. I am still seeking …
 
“Sometimes we get overstimulated by news, and by people talking, and by social media, and by everybody’s opinions, and maybe with all the noise we don’t always hear the Spirit and what the Lord has to teach us. If we block out all of that noise, we can allow for music to teach us what’s true.” Dr. Sonja Poulter, director of BYU Women’s Chorus and p…
 
Van* discusses leaving Mormonism on 9/26. Please consider donating to our GoFundMe: https://gofund.me/129cbede so we can become a non-profit, to help those looking to leave a high-demand religion with therapy, medical, legal, and such. If you are contemplating leaving, or have left, and need help protecting your digital info, Michael at https://cor…
 
Join Dustin and René as they discuss Doctrine & Covenants Chapters 102-105 through the Queer Perspective of MINISTRY! Study along in the "Come, Follow Me" Manual (September 13-19). Join the conversation by sending your own Queer Perspective on Gospel Topics (or Haikulelujah) to: lovespokenqueer@gmail.com or DM us on Social: Instagram: @lovespokenqu…
 
My sparks will cover the times when we are stepping in to lead even when we don’t feel ready, the orders of the priesthood, and looking for the good in others and ourselves. Links Matthew West – Do Something https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_RjndG0IX8 Ed Catmull https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffixfwt654I Lift Where you Stand https://www.churchofje…
 
We are often urged to follow the covenant path but what is it and why should we follow it? Elder Christofferson explains this in his talk given in the Sunday afternoon session of the April 2021 general conference. Music acknowledgements Music: In Dulci Jubilo Michel Rondeau (trumpet) Performers: Marthe Jobidon (trumpets), Eric Vaillancourt & Steve …
 
Join us this week as we continue to discuss the trials of the early saints and how we apply the principles of faithfulness to our lives. Jackson takes the opportunity to share a personal experience of exercising faith in following the prophet. From Come Follow Me Manual: The Saints in Kirtland were heartbroken to hear that their brothers and sister…
 
Teens Rock Pick Up Your Trash Zion’s Camp Lesson 38—September 12 “After Much Tribulation … Cometh the Blessing” #DoctrineandCovenants #comefollowme #comefollowme2021 #realtalkcomefollowme How are the youth of today a light in the world? How do we bring heaven to Earth? In today’s episode of Real Talk, Scott and Ganel-Lyn support and praise our yout…
 
Taylor* discusses leaving the Mormon church because of several problems with it. Please consider donating to our GoFundMe: https://gofund.me/129cbede so we can become a non-profit, to help those looking to leave a high-demand religion with therapy, medical, legal, and such. If you are contemplating leaving, or have left, and need help protecting yo…
 
Today’s episode was a tough one, to be honest. In the aftermath of a speech that Elder Jeffrey R. Holland gave recently to faculty and administration at BYU, we try to explore and understand why the message created such a firestorm. Among other things, the speech raised anew the Church's longstanding challenge in speaking to LGBTQ issues. If you ar…
 
In a world full of contention that doesn't seem to be getting any better, we can find peace in Jesus Christ. Elder Holland delivered this address in the April 2021 Saturday afternoon session of the general conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Music acknowledgments Music: In Dulci Jubilo Michel Rondeau (trumpet) Performers:…
 
Join Dustin and René as they discuss Doctrine & Covenants Chapters 98-101 through the Queer Perspective of PERSECUTION! Study along in the "Come, Follow Me" Manual (September 6-12). SHOW NOTES: Legacy: The Story of the Mormon Pioneers Watchmen: The Tulsa Race Massacre What the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Destroyed More Sources on the Word of Wisdom: S…
 
Enduring Well Life is full of ups and downs. It's just the way it is. But, what do you do with the downs? The Tough Times? Is there really any value in them? Taylor and Joseph talk about the blessings of tough things. The good can come from the hard things. Why we should strive to ‘endure it well’. There is hope. The darkness eventually ends and li…
 
Kay* discusses leaving JW faith on 10/17. Please consider donating to our GoFundMe: https://gofund.me/129cbede so we can become a non-profit, to help those looking to leave a high-demand religion with therapy, medical, legal, and such. If you are contemplating leaving, or have left, and need help protecting your digital info, Michael at https://cor…
 
Today I will continue reading the book "Keep up the Pace". A book that I wrote several years ago. Today we will be reading Chapter 8. I am so excited that we have made it to the end. I have had such a good time sharing the way I felt years ago and the things that I was experiencing in that time. It has made me realize how far I've come and in some …
 
Barbara Thompson served as the second counselor to President Julie B. Beck in the Relief Society general presidency from 2007-2012. Barbara is known and loved for her practical, down-to-earth nature, her decades-long service as a social worker, and her wit and sense of humor. Join us as we talk with Barbara about the lessons she has learned from bo…
 
In today's episode we welcome Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife to the show to talk about how to suck less as a spouse. Dr. Finlayson-Fife specializes in teaching LDS couples and individuals how to strengthen their relationships, overcome relational and sexual roadblocks, and increase their capacity for intimacy, love, and sexual expression. She shares w…
 
Yes, this episode is a couple of days late and we apologize. But here it is. Hope you enjoy!! For the Saints in the 1830s, Independence, Missouri, was literally the promised land. It was “the center place” of Zion (see Doctrine and Covenants 57:3)—the city of God on earth—which they were making great sacrifices to build. To them, the gathering of S…
 
My sparks today will discuss the power and history of councils, the purposes and effects of Zion’s Camp, and lastly, I’ll mention what I learned this week about the women who traveled with Zion’s Camp and how that reflects an eternal truth about us all, male or female. Links Come Follow Me For individuals https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/m…
 
Don't miss hearing from the panel on my Patreon about Jeffrey R. Holland's remarks at BYU. Please consider donating to our GoFundMe: https://gofund.me/129cbede so we can become a non-profit, to help those looking to leave a high-demand religion with therapy, medical, legal, and such. If you are contemplating leaving, or have left, and need help pro…
 
This is a very rich talk about all Jesus Christ has done for us and what comfort we have in Him if we will look to Him. Music acknowledgements Music: In Dulci Jubilo Michel Rondeau (trumpet) Performers: Marthe Jobidon (trumpets), Eric Vaillancourt & Steve Guerin (trombones) Publisher Info.Michel Rondeau Copyright Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Mi…
 
Let God Prevail Unclog Trauma Gas or Groban? Lesson 37—September 5 “Be Still and Know That I Am God” #DoctrineandCovenants #comefollowme #comefollowme2021 #realtalkcomefollowme How can we handle extreme conflict while limiting the damage? How are our afflictions the very things that work together for our good? Ganel-Lyn and Scott discuss the politi…
 
Stephanie* discusses leaving the Mormon church because of several problems with it. Please consider donating to our GoFundMe: https://gofund.me/129cbede so we can become a non-profit, to help those looking to leave a high-demand religion with therapy, medical, legal, and such. If you are contemplating leaving, or have left, and need help protecting…
 
For today’s episode, we speak with Charles Inouye. Charles is a truly remarkable person—the son of Japanese parents who were held in the Heart Mountain, Wyoming camp during World War II. He grew up in the small town of Sigurd, Utah. He spent much of his youth working on his family’s farm in Sigurd, but eventually served a mission in Japan. He then …
 
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