#1 Handling Difficult Emotions
A journey to a healthy new faith means learning to deal with emotions like loss, anger, and fear.
#2 Regaining Trust After Mormonism
The Bible can help you regain the trust in God that was broken when you discovered the truth about Mormonism.
#3 How Your Family Will Respond to Your Faith Transition
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.
#4 Setting Boundaries from Family Pressure
During faith transition, set boundaries with family members so that family doesn’t get between you and your relationship with God.
#5 How to Know You’re Right with God
We can only find a relationship with God by trusting in Jesus as the sole remedy for our sin.
#6 Gaining A New Identity After Mormonism
When a person leaves Mormonism, much of his or her identity is stripped away. But we can build a new identity based on a relationship with God.
#7 How to Live as a Christian
In response to God’s grace, Christians intentionally live to honor God.
#8 Navigating New Freedom After Mormonism
No longer subject to all the commandments of Mormonism, former Mormons must learn to use their new freedom wisely.
#9 Connect to a New Community
Relationships are challenging, but to keep growing after leaving Mormonism, we need to connect with people who can provide encouragement and support.
#10 How to Fulfill Your Purpose on Earth
Your life on earth is not about you, but about joining God in his mission in this world.