The following is the exit letter provided to our bishop in 2006. It describes the journey that resulted in our exit from the LDS church. My son is still active in the LDS church and we still love…Continue
"Your article solicited quite a response. Good job! Did not read all responses, but the general consensus appeared be agree with you. I would have to argue that my situation is different.
I was born and raised LDS even though my…"
The following is the exit letter provided to our bishop in 2006. It describes the journey that resulted in our exit from the LDS church. My son is still active in the LDS church and we still love and support him in that, its is really his choice. I am sure that he thinks the same as I, where someday the other will recognize the error of their ways. ****************************In my late forties, I read a book titled “The Blackfoot Journey” by Lee Nelson. This book detailed stories about the…See More
"Wow! Thanks for sharing your story. I left the church about four years ago and wrote a less detailed story to help me resolve my beliefs. Wish I would have read this 4 years ago to help resolve those issues. I would…"
I was born and raised in the LDS faith. One of the hardest things I have ever done is to convince myself that something I "knew" was true, to be false. Me and my wife left the church while my son was on his mission. It was pretty devastating for him, but he is now more more accepting of his parents and can now see that we are the same, if not better. Other family members have been less accepting.
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