Episode 48: Is the World Getting Worse?



Please join Lindsay as she, Lisa and Chelsea discuss fears LDS people have about “the world getting worse” and other apocalyptic doctrine and how it fits with what is currently known about the current state of affairs in the world.

Links mentioned in this podcast:

Big Think Statistics

Peter Diamandis’ TED talk

Slingshot Water Vapor Technology!

“Lesson 8: Living Righteously in a Wicked World,” Old Testament Gospel Doctrine Teacher’s Manual, 32

Hidden Valley Stake Pres. De Visser talk

“Truth For Our Times” blog post at ByCommonConsent

“Better Angels of Our Nature” book about this topic

Ending bumper,
Bill Monroe’s “Wicked Path of Sin”

Beginning bumper, Skeeter Davis’ “End of the World”


Episode 47: Are You an Absent Mother? And Other Mommy Issues


Join Lisa and Rebecca from Radiant and Real health returning to discuss the feelings of guilt and pressure mothers often feel, including not paying enough attention to their children. Rebecca also discusses letting go of and working on other issues with our mothers.

Opening bumper: “A Boy’s Best Friend is His Mother.”


Episode 46: Mormons and Domestic Abuse


Join Lindsay as she interviews Domestic Violence expert and advocate Meghan Raynes about domestic abuse within the Mormon culture and how we are taught as Mormons to process it. Please share this important information to everyone you know.
Click here to listen to Episode 15 on Domestic Violence and the power and control wheel.

If you are a victim of abuse or need more resources, Call the Domestic Violence hotline.


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Episode 45: Feminist Kryptonite- Musicals!

Join Lindsay and Malia as they discuss one of their other favorite “Feminist Kryptonites,”  Musicals and show tunes.  Trigger Warning: Discussions of rape, abduction and violence. 

Music as bumpers: “Anything You Can Do” from Annie Get Your Gun and “Impossible Remix” from Brandy’s Cinderella.


Episode 44: Meet Emily Clyde Curtis

Photo credit: Sweet Mugz.

Join Lisa as she interviews co-editor of the Exponent II, Emily Clyde Curtis about her life growing up, her faith and her involvement in Mormon Feminism.

Emily Clyde Curtis co-edits Exponent II, a Mormon feminist magazine with Aimee Evans Hickman. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and three children. She teaches piano, volunteers in her community and for progressive Mormon causes (perhaps a bit too much), and trying new recipes–she’s on a kale kick right now.

Episode 42: The Succession Crisis and LDS Priesthood

Join Kaimi as he interviews LDS historian Ben Park, Community of Christ (RLDS) historian John Hamer and Danielle Mooney as they discuss the complicated narrative of proper lines of priesthood authority, who really was supposed to follow Joseph Smith as prophet of the Mormon church and how Brigham Young’s church differs from other factions in Mormonism.


Links mentioned in this podcast:

Some of Ben Park’s published articles.
John Hamer’s website.

John Hamer’s important graphic: Showdown at Nauvoo
John Hamer’s awesome graphic of rival churches.
John Hamer’s great graphic on diverging paths and beliefs of LDS and RLDS.
D. Michael Quinn’s BYU Studies article on the Succession Crisis.