#1 Finding Community in Your New Church
We all need relationships to succeed at the Christian life, but community can look very different in a Christian church compared to Mormonism.
#2 How to Respond When Someone Sins
Often people transitioning from Mormonism need to learn to be less judgmental and more gracious toward other people’s failings.
#3 Frustrations in Talking About Your New Faith After Mormonism
Former Mormons get frustrated when their LDS friends and family minimize their new relationship with Christ. The answer to that frustration is prayer.
#4 Channel Your Zeal After Leaving Mormonism
It’s not always helpful to share your faith journey zealously with LDS friends and family. How can we channel our enthusiasm in a better direction?
#5 Helping Your Children Transition Out of Mormonism
It takes wisdom and patience to help your children still living at home to make the journey out of Mormonism with you.
#6 What Mormons Will Say as You Leave
When you go public with your journey out of Mormonism, be prepared for questions LDS friends will typically ask.
#7 How to Get Rid of Bitterness in Your Heart
If you’re a follower of Christ, you’re called to get rid of bitterness.
#8 Managing Toxic Relationships
Toxic people tend to create toxic relationships, which can have serious consequences for our lives. Here’s what to do about it.