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Views:71|Rating:2.50|View Time:1:59Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:1 They’re a few days late, but a group of students from a Troy church returned home from Haiti on Tuesday after violent protests left them stranded.
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This was recorded on the afternoon of Dec. 28, 2017. On the way to the front door these Mormon missionaries made eye contact with an attractive woman inside the home through the window and practiced their pick-up lines as they waited for her to answer the door. Needless to say, she never answered the door.
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Views:2968321|Rating:3.55|View Time:4:25Minutes|Likes:27356|Dislikes:11138 When the Mormon missionaries come knocking at your door, there is more than meets the eye. They say they are Christians, but there’s a lot they are hiding from you! What would it look like if they were actually honest? Let’s find out!
Views:9229|Rating:4.67|View Time:59:44Minutes|Likes:86|Dislikes:6 Mike Woodruff knew that he was attracted to men by age 14. After consulting with his LDS bishop, he was told that his “same-sex attraction” would “resolve itself” once he served an LDS mission. His LDS patriarchal blessing also assured him that he would serve a complete LDS mission.
After being called to the Leeds, England mission, Mike was physically and emotionally abused by his first companion. Suffering with severe PTSD symptoms, he tried for two months to remain in the mission, but did not receive appropriate mental health care. Instead, his mission-assigned therapist focused primarily on encouraging Mike to read his scriptures and pray more, which only reinforced his feelings of shame/blame as an abuse victim. In addition, Mike’s abusive companion was never punished for the abuse (to his knowledge), and was simply reassigned to other missionaries.
Mike ended up returning home early from his mission (after 3 months of service), and spent several years trying to reconcile the shame/guilt that he felt, heal from his PTSD, and reconcile his same-sex sexuality. Mike consulted NorthStar to help him manage his sexuality and remain faithful LDS, but this approach ultimately led him to a suicide attempt.
Mike ultimately found peace and mental health by leaving the LDS church, and coming out as a gay man.
Views:11123|Rating:4.69|View Time:52:55Minutes|Likes:121|Dislikes:8 Rose Sorenson was raised in a devout LDS household (Idaho Falls, ID), but began having doubts as a 12 year old. Although she continued to struggle with perfectionism and doubts as a teenager, Rose decided that the LDS church’s decision in 2013 to lower the missionary age for women was a “sign” that she should serve a mission to strengthen her testimony.
She served in the Georgia Atlanta North Mission from March 2013 to August 2014.
After a year of struggling with her testimony, including bouts of depression and anxiety — and after reading the Book of Mormon four times without receiving a spiritual witness that the book was true –Rose decided that she was an atheist, but remained determined to complete her mission.
Views:8648|Rating:4.78|View Time:50:52Minutes|Likes:65|Dislikes:3 Sage Dalton was a graduate of Dartmouth University and a regular listener to Mormon Stories podcast when she decided to serve an LDS mission in 2012. Towards latter half of her mission Sage began to experience depressive symptoms and suicidal ideation, due in part to a culture of perfectionism within Mormonism, along with doubts she began to experience as a missionary (about LGBT and historical issues). When Sage informed her mission president of her depressive symptoms, he allowed her only three visits to a talk therapist.
Over time, Sage began to experience significant suicidal ideation, and on the final month of her mission was self-admitted to a psychiatric behavioral health unit/hospital. After her stay in the hospital, Sage decided that she no longer believed the church to be true, and terminated her mission service early (a few weeks shy of completion). While the LDS church attempted to make her parents pay her hospital bills while a missionary, her parents declined and threatened to sue the church if they continued with such insistences.
Eventually Sage decided to leave the LDS church, and has experience significant improvement in her mental health, and elimination of her suicidality, as a result of this decision.
Views:17947|Rating:4.68|View Time:1:40Minutes|Likes:146|Dislikes:10 Each transfer, the Polynesian Elders would dance the Haka for the departing missionaries. It was their gift, a way of saying good bye. This gift was for President Winn and me, at our last transfer. It was the greatest gift they could have given us. Thank you.
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Views:384|Rating:4.64|View Time:28:41Minutes|Likes:13|Dislikes:1 Rob Sivulka dialogues with a couple LDS missionaries over what exactly do Mormons believe and how is it different from traditional Christianity. North San Diego County (October 14, 1994).