50 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

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.6, 45 Ratings

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

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

kingothe3putt ,

Great New Podcast, thanks!

I came across this new project by John, Margi, and Natasha and have binged 4-5 episodes. Mormon Stories, Mormon Discussions, and other similar podcasts were instrumental in helping me learn about and understand an alternative perspective WRT the Mormon Church, and this podcast is now providing insights and practical ways to deal with an ever-changing world view. Deconstruction/reconstruction!

Thanks for the great new lifeline! This is very helpful for people like me who have focused too much on the anger, betrayal, shock, and sadness find new ways for hope and optimism and coping methods for the go-forward path!

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.

Joshwoodsen ,

Balanced and Constructive

This podcast takes and uplifting, balanced, and constructive approach to a topic fraught with controversy and emotional investment.

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