75 episodes

Providing positive, personal, and practical resources for Mormons experiencing a faith crisis. Hosted by Dr. John Dehlin, Margi Dehlin, and Natasha Helfer Parker.

The Gift of the Mormon Faith Crisis Dr. John Dehlin, Margi Dehlin, Natasha Helfer Parker

    • Christianity
    • 4.5 • 81 Ratings

Providing positive, personal, and practical resources for Mormons experiencing a faith crisis. Hosted by Dr. John Dehlin, Margi Dehlin, and Natasha Helfer Parker.

    074: Wayne Sermon – We Came Here for Each Other

    074: Wayne Sermon – We Came Here for Each Other

    Live at THRIVE Conference, Salt Lake City, UT 11/17/19

    • 37 min
    073: John Dehlin – The Gift of Vulnerability

    073: John Dehlin – The Gift of Vulnerability

    Live at THRIVE Conference, Salt Lake City, UT 11/17/19

    • 19 min
    072: Sarah Newcomb – Honor

    072: Sarah Newcomb – Honor

    Live at THRIVE Conference, Salt Lake City, UT 11/17/19

    • 22 min
    071: Stephenie Sorensen Larsen – Standing On Your Own After Mormonism

    071: Stephenie Sorensen Larsen – Standing On Your Own After Mormonism

    Live at THRIVE Conference, Salt Lake City, UT 11/17/19

    • 21 min
    070: Natasha Helfer Parker – I Am Not Broken

    070: Natasha Helfer Parker – I Am Not Broken

    Live at THRIVE Conference, Salt Lake City, UT 11/17/19

    • 25 min
    069: Christian Moore – How To Create Resilient Relationships

    069: Christian Moore – How To Create Resilient Relationships

    Live at THRIVE Conference, Salt Lake City, UT 11/17/19

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
81 Ratings

81 Ratings

Kiffycoo ,

Really helpful information but nervous giggling becomes annoying

This podcast provides a lot of helpful and practical information to guide you through a faith transition. Natasha’s insights and expertise are especially useful but her constant nervous laughing for no apparent reason is so distracting and annoying that sometimes I have to stop listening. I thought it was just me, but when I shared the podcast with a girlfriend, she said, “I love what they are saying, but I can’t take Natasha’s giggling!” Natasha is such a smart, insightful professional and I don’t want to take that away from her, but I wish she would just speak with confidence without all the giggling.

kemike8 ,

Beautiful and Inspiring Podcast! Highly recommend!

I am a 42 year old wife and mother in Las Vegas, NV. I have 6 children, 2 of which are still at home. My husband is in his 5th year as bishop in our ward. Our 4 adult children have left the church over the past couple years (after 3 of them served missions) and in an effort to truly understand them, I have undergone a serious study of religion and church history.

Being a 100% committed devout orthodox member, I desperately need help navigating this faith crisis I have unexpectedly found myself in.

This podcast has made all the difference and has completely shifted my train of thought. Listening and then following through the offered assignments, is helping me understand and make sense of the hurricane of thoughts and emotions inside my mind and heart. I am realizing that my life is not demolished pile of heap that I suddenly thought it was. This podcast is also helping me understand an aspect of Mormonism that I had never been sensitive to before, that I had made harsh and stereotypical judgements about, like so many do in the church. This podcast is creating a deep sense of compassion inside my heart for others. Understanding and love is key to everything!

I appreciate the honesty and candor and vulnerability from John, Margi and Natasha. Thank you for your sincere efforts to change the lives of so many. I also just signed up for a monthly donation, and I sure hope that I’m not the third donor, LOL! (I just finished listening to episode 4.) This podcast is literally personal coaching, so I sincerely hope everyone who encounters it will be willing to help see it continue!

sadieshayc ,

Saved my life.

I don’t say this lightly... this podcast has been absolutely the most supportive, safe, gentle, informative, loving resource I have found through my 2 years of faith crisis. As a 20 year old female raised in the church, with every single social circle I have being composed of TBM’s, I have felt not only completely alone, but ridden with the most soul wrenching guilt and conflict that I can’t even put into words. This podcast has articulated concepts and ideas that have been living inside me for so long but that I’ve been too overwhelmed to even attempt to articulate. It breaks my heart when I think that there are so many young people like me who may never find this podcast. So healing. The deepest, warmest thanks to you John, Margie, and Natasha, and all panelists and guest speakers. I hope one day I can meet you in person and express the gratitude I have in my heart for the work you do and how the fruits of your own perservance through your own journeys and difficulties have reached me and has given me, for the first time in 2 years, a hope for better things. An acceptance and love within my self, for myself. A space for things in my head to be gray. Words fail. I hope that if you’re reading this, you can feel even a fraction of how deeply I am grateful for you, all you do, and the so needed safe space you have created for people to come and rest, obtain peace and understanding, and find a community. Thank you.

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