Watch the video above and talk about it with a friend or mentor.

One of the most important traits for those who want to help transitioning Mormons is patience. Here's why.

Key Points:

  • It Is Difficult for Former Mormons to Trust Their Mentors.
  • It Is Difficult for Former Mormons to Trust the Bible.
  • Former Mormons Need to Develop Their Own Identity in Christ.
  • As a Mentor, Your Goals Need to be Selfless.

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Talk About It
  1. What are some of the stresses that transitioning Mormons face in their journey?
  2. Describe various ways God has been patient with us.
  3. Talk about how someone was patient with you in your early faith journey.
  4. Identify some trust issues transitioning Mormons face on their way out of Mormonism.
  5. What are some ways that trust is built over time?
  6. What are some things that people need time to discover about and for themselves?