The Mormon Stories podcast is a weekly podcast that features Mormon stories from people like me.
Each episode focuses on a different Mormon story, from the founding fathers to modern day church leaders, to help us understand what it means to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
If you have a story you want to share with our listeners, you can subscribe to our podcast on iTunes or Google Play.
But before we get into that, let’s dive into the story of how I got to become a Mormon.
I had always been a strong believer in my faith and my heritage, but I had never considered being a Mormon before.
I was always a Mormon through and through.
I am a Mormon because of my ancestors.
I don’t think there’s any other religion I could have considered being Mormon because I was raised in the faith.
I think there are so many Mormons out there that have been in the church for so long, but for me, being a member is something that’s not even close to an option.
Growing up, I was very fortunate.
My parents were very religious, and I had a very close relationship with my grandmother, which is the reason I became a Mormon, and she gave me the courage to do it.
So I became Mormon because my parents encouraged me to do so, and when I was younger I was still a very religious person, but when I got older I was kind of out of touch with the religious aspects of my faith.
It was very difficult for me growing up, but now that I’m older and a little bit wiser, I feel more comfortable saying yes to this.
When I first started out, it was really hard because I felt like I was different from the rest of the people who were in my life, which was really frustrating.
I felt so out of place.
I would feel like I wasn’t even Mormon enough to get in touch with my parents and they would never let me talk to them about my faith, but they would say, “You’re not Mormon enough.”
I was like, “No, I’m not Mormon, I don.
It’s okay, you know.”
My parents wouldn’t let me have conversations about my beliefs.
I still have a lot of faith that I can communicate with my family about, but at that time I felt a little disrespected.
So when I first got into the Mormon church, I did not believe in it.
It took me awhile to get into it because I wasn and am a very strong believer.
I did my research, I talked to friends, and it took me a long time to understand that my religion was not for me.
I knew I was going to be disappointed when I eventually started out.
But when I finally started going to church, it opened up a whole new world to me.
It felt like an opportunity for me to find peace and love.
I have a family, and we’ve got a son who’s been a Mormon for years now, and he has no issues with that.
We have a daughter who is in the same church, and there’s no animosity.
She has no issue with that, either.
I didn’t want to be that person that I wasn.
I wanted to be someone that I could connect with and I was not a part of that.
So my family and I have had to make a huge effort to get our voices heard and I think that’s a huge part of my growth as a Mormon today.
How did you become a podcastcaster?
Well, I started off by listening to podcasts.
I used to listen to the Mormon Stories podcasts, and they were really interesting.
I loved hearing the stories, and the stories really helped me learn more about the faith and the people.
I also started watching YouTube videos, which were very informative and interesting.
And when I started hearing Mormon Stories, I had already done my research.
I went through the book and learned more about what Mormons believe and what their beliefs are, and my interest really started building.
I started getting more and more involved with the church and the faith, and eventually I got involved in some leadership positions in the Church of Christ.
That was the next step.
And then when I joined the church, the first thing I wanted was to have a great relationship with the leadership and I wanted them to know that I believed in them, and that I respected their authority.
So that’s how I ended up becoming a leader.
I just started getting involved in leadership and eventually the relationship I had with the leaders was a really strong one, and then I became one of the first women in the priesthood.
And I still feel like my relationship with them is a strong one.
I want to see more women in leadership positions, and hopefully I’ll see more girls in leadership roles.
When you’re a Mormon girl, the culture is very different.
We are a very, very, conservative culture, and some people feel like