Dr. Ross Anderson maps a hopeful pathway through the challenges of a faith transition to arrive safely at a healthy new identity and spiritual home. From the 2018 Faith After Mormonism Conference.Read More
Assume that in most cases, your extended family members care about you and want the best, even though they may feel unsupportive or may not understand your transition.Read More
Don’t be surprised at the volatile and even extreme reactions of your closest family members, as they may find your decision to leave the LDS Church very challenging.Read More
Former Mormons get frustrated when their LDS friends and family minimize their new relationship with Christ. The answer to that frustration is prayer.Read More
About This Site
Many former Mormons still want a relationship with Jesus, and are exploring the prospect of a new spiritual home in traditional, biblical Christianity. But that journey has challenges – emotional, relational, doctrinal, and cultural. This site compiles the best available resources to help.