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Feb. 20: Female Blessings of Healing

Meeting and Reading Details:
Tuesday, Feb. 20, Location TBD shortly

Read “Female Ritual Healing in Mormonism”
Jonathan A Stapley and Kristine Wright
Journal of Mormon History 37.1 (Winter 2011): 1-85. 269 more words

Meetings And Readings

Women, Young Women and Towels: New Temple Responsibilities for LDS Youth

Note: this post was written in response to news that the LDS Church will allow young men to conduct baptisms for the dead and serve as witnesses in the temple, and allow young women to “assist with baptistry assignments currently done by adult female temple workers.” … 1,677 more words

Growing Up Mormon

Giving Up Historical Fiction for the Current Reality: Being a Refugee Advocate and Accidental Activist

When this popped up on my Facebook page today, I felt two years collapse in a blink.

August 22, 2015

Research begins in earnest for my next book, an historical novel — first in a series of six– this first one spanning several generations of one family across three countries: Norway, Denmark and the USA.

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Mormon women, political activists rally to get-out-the-vote in confusing 3rd District special election

Provo • When Jocelyn Dorton heads to the polls on Tuesday, it will be to cast a ballot in the 3rd Congressional District Republican primary race for the second time. 800 more words

Mormon Women

Mormon women, political activists rally to get-out-the-vote in confusing 3rd District special election

Provo • When Jocelyn Dorton heads to the polls on Tuesday, it will be to cast a ballot in the 3rd Congressional District Republican primary race for the second time. 800 more words

Mormon Women

Mormonism Research Ministries

A few days ago, I wrote two blog posts about children in Dickinson, North Dakota.  The WordPress internet website hosting company, listed my website as a recommendation to read.   1,426 more words

What Should I Do About Mormon Women?

A day or so ago, I received a “Like” about one of my recent blog posts.  I received a picture of the young woman who “Liked” my blog post.   1,840 more words