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Starting conversations around tricky-to-ask questions about culture and doctrine in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Please send in questions via voice memo to qmore@qnoor.com

Q.MORE Rosie Card

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8 • 1.1K Ratings

Starting conversations around tricky-to-ask questions about culture and doctrine in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Please send in questions via voice memo to qmore@qnoor.com

    Transformations of Faith with Thomas Wirthlin McConkie

    Transformations of Faith with Thomas Wirthlin McConkie

    Rosie Card and Thomas Wirthlin McConkie talk about approaching transformations of faith as individuals and supporting loved ones. 
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    You can find more on his Faith Matter's Transformations of Faith course at https://faithmatters.teachable.com/p/transformations-of-faith

    • 22 min
    Pride Month Special

    Pride Month Special

    Actor and writer, Stacey Harkey guest hosts this special episode of Q.MORE. Therapists Kimberly Anderson: MFA, MA AMFT and Chris Lemon: MSW, CSW join Stacey for a healthy conversation about sex from an LGBTQ perspective with an emphasis on the LDS LGBTQ community. 
    Our goal is to offer an easily accessible resource for people all across the sexuality spectrum to learn from. For more information and support: 

    • 1 hr 15 min
    For Anyone Searching For More with Patrick Mason

    For Anyone Searching For More with Patrick Mason

    Rosie Card talks with Patrick Mason about some highlights from his new book, Restoration: God's Call to the 21st Century World. This book is a must-read for anyone searching to feel more or longing to feel connected. 
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    Subscribe to our Patreon to listen to the full conversation. 

    • 30 min
    The Sex Talk We All Deserve with Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife

    The Sex Talk We All Deserve with Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife

    The Sex Talk We All Deserve with Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife
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    In this episode, LDS sex therapist Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife joins Rosie for a conversation about sex.
    You can find Dr. Finlayson-Fife on Instagram @finlaysonfife and her website https://www.finlayson-fife.com/
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    • 27 min
    The Highest and Holiest Calling

    The Highest and Holiest Calling

    Julie Hanks' Ted Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlC8XqTSLUE

    • 32 min
    The Priesthood Power of Women

    The Priesthood Power of Women

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    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Clj0424 ,

So refreshing!

I love this podcast. Everything Rosie has done has helped me to be able to stay in the LDS Church. Her perspective is open and honest! I love how brave she about creating a space for progressive Mormons like me!

30allright ,

Episode 1

I found this conversation between what sounds like two young women very interesting. Why do we have to go into detail about sexual sins with the bishop? I understand that people may feel “uncomfortable” but sexual sin is a very serious problem and resolution is not easy. How “comfortable” were we when committing the sin? Confession to a church leader is essential to cleansing and forgiveness. Details are not required because the leader is voyeuristic, but because speaking these things aloud removes them from the realm of darkness and exposes them to light. If we are unwilling to confess them in detail then perhaps we are not fully repentant. There is much psychology creeping into the church these days. To hear a young person say that they are going into the bishop and intend to control the conversation means humility is lacking. This thinking is very disturbing and I wonder if it is prevalent with millennials? The bishop, as God’s representative, has a duty of care which includes helping people to become what God wants them to become. Yes there may be underlying reasons a person commits sin, but ultimately that sin, like an open wound, needs disinfecting so that it will heal. We are doing ourselves a disservice if we think we can control everything, including the methods God has put in place for our exaltation. This young woman’s opinions sound very much like the modern worldly woman who says my body is mine and I can do what I want with it. We are not our own. We are God’s children and he will have a holy people. Better to not drive our chariot so close to the edge of the cliff if we don’t want the consequences. We need to avoid the very appearance of sin like not being alone in a room or car with a member of the opposite sex. Of course that now just sounds old fashioned but there was a time when it didn’t used to.

sophiebendoniscool ,


It’s so sad and demoralizing for bishops trying so hard to do the Work and while we respect the free agency of the individual, and becoming sensitive spiritually to the needs and nuanced needs of the members is a 24/7 genuine quest.
The job we didn’t apply for is hard hard enough without talented gifted members who not only use their free agency to turn away ministers, refuse callings,… but take it to the next level to podcast their counter-culturism to dozens if not hundreds or thousands a of Latter Day Saints to encourage them to feel free to do the same.

How can we accomplish this most important Work with our own Saints turning the power in the saints down , squelching the source for blessings and miracles, literally being a negative n’er sayer from within.

That makes the battle seem even more daunting. I wonder if severe insecurity abounds in mind of this Rosie or if their us really a wolf in Sheeps clothing there, trying to disrupt the work. I do know that her ministry to dissuade saints from the Ministry is becoming effective.

Heaven forbid her ministry any longterm success. Hopefully her troubled self can be healed and she can turn things around and build up the church and remember what her covenants mean. Consecration isn’t hiding from ministers and refusing callings.

Bishop B

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