N.O.W. 20 Chelsea Strayer

chelseastrayerN.O.W. (Narrating Ordain Women) is a project of FMH to allow those with  profiles on Ordain Women share their stories.

Chelsea, an anthropologist, professor, leader in LDS social change and a Mormon woman, shares her thoughts about women’s ordination .  If you would like to post your profile for O.W., please contact them here.


(LDS WAVE, Infants on Thrones with Chelsea, LDS Exponent, Special Brownies story, FMBC “Half the Sky”)



N.O.W. (Narrating Ordain Women) is a project of FMH to bring understanding of people who have posted their profile on Ordain Women.

As an LDS woman in Norway, Marion shares her thoughts in both English and in her native tongue,  about  the potential of women’s ordination in the LDS church.

If you would like to post your profile for O.W., please contact them here




(All Are Alike Unto God)

N.O.W. 01 – Cami



N.O.W. (Narrating Ordain Women) is a project of FMH in an effort to create understanding of the Ordain Women movement.

Join us while we listen to Vicki, who is not seeking for ordination, interview Cami, who is. Enjoy this short podcast between two sisters in the gospel as they talk about ordination for women within a loving context.

(“Keep Your Mind Wide Open” Anna Sophia Robb)


*If you have a profile up on OrdainWomen.org and would like to share your story, please contact Cami directly on this post.


FMBC “When Women Were Birds” by Terry Tempest Williams

There are books that can be read, studied and discussed; and then there are books that need to be experienced. Join Cami, Katrina and Sara as they express their experience of Terry Tempest William’s masterpiece, “When Women Were Birds: Fifty-four Variations on Voice” and experience for yourself the effects of her words on women today.


(Sara Bareilles “Eden”, Spiral Jetty , L’Origine du monde by Gustave Courbet, Terry Tempest Williams)

Episode 27: The Nature of God and the Divine Feminine

Join Lisa as she and Kristine Haglund talk with Fiona Givens, co-author of the new book, “The Good Who Weeps,” as they discuss the birth of Christ, the nature of God, the Divine Feminine and Fiona’s new book in this special Christmas Eve episode.

Pick up your copy of “The God Who Weeps” here!

Please join Fiona and Terryl Givens at the upcoming

Christ Conference
Saturday 29 December 2012
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Salt Lake City Main Library 4th floor conference room*

Register Here!
Click here for info about the Christ Conference.

Song at the end of podcast: What Child is This by Lindsey Stirling