How do we become right with God? Not by our own worthiness. Righteousness before God doesn’t come from our own good works, but ultimately comes from Christ.
#2 Understanding a Relationship with God After Mormonism
You can know God intimately and personally, moment by moment, not mediated through some church authority but simply through Jesus Christ.
#3 Grace Is Enough
Because grace is not fully emphasized in Mormonism, former Mormons often find it difficult to fully grasp the biblical concept of grace.
#4 Is Grace the Easy Way Out?
At times our LDS family and friends object to our focus on grace, but these objections reflect misconceptions.
#5 Obedience to God After Mormonism
Obedience is important in the Christian life but the motivation and approach are very different from Mormonism.
#6 The Concept of Life – LDS vs. Christian
The concept of “eternal life” is not just something in the far future, but a present experience in relationship with Jesus.
#7 How to Deal with Your Sin
Because of God’s grace, we can be honest about our sin and receive help and encouragement to overcome it.
#8 The Word of Wisdom After Mormonism
We’re not under the strict prohibitions of the Word of Wisdom anymore, so how do we make good lifestyle decisions as followers of Christ?
#9 Learning to Pray After Mormonism
Prayer doesn’t have to be formal or a ritual, as in common in Mormonism. Prayer is a spontaneous, intimate conversation with the God who loves you.
#10 What About Baptism After Mormonism?
Baptism doesn’t contribute to salvation, but it is important – despite the obstacles – as a declaration of belonging to Jesus.