For those who are curious (and since many are asking), Mormon Stories is a blog and podcast (think radio show) dedicated to encouraging more open discussion, more knowledge, and less pain within Mormonism through the sharing of stories. We share stories in audio, video, and written format. We have interviewed Mormons of all types on the show — from conservative to liberal, from active to former Mormons. We have covered many of the tougher topics within Mormonism, including faith and belief, the life of Joseph Smith, the Mason/Mormon connection, polygamy, race, gender issues and homosexuality.

  • To access the full Mormon Stories archive, click here. If you’re unable to access the audio or video, or prefer to listen /watch on CD/DVD shoot me an email, and I can send you copies (for a small donation).
  • To get a sense for how Mormon Stories has tried to help fellow Mormons, click here.
  • To learn why Mormon Stories is currently pink, click here.
  • And finally, to see our newest podcast offspring, check out “Mormon Matters“, a weekly podcast dedicated to Mormon culture, current events, politics, and spirituality.

Mormon Stories Podcast can be subscribed to via iTunes (the easiest way to access them). Just install iTunes, and then click here to subscribe. All of our videos can also be accessed on Youtube.

We hope you enjoy! Please send all feedback to

P.S. Mormon Stories owes a great deal of thanks to the following for its existence


  1. k l h June 10, 2007 at 9:47 pm

    Hmm, John…wow…”New York Times”!

    Kudos! :^)

  2. Zelph June 12, 2007 at 12:54 pm

    I think your site is a great idea. I hope that one day we can openly ask genuine questions, even difficult questions without fear of retribution. I think it is this feeling that the church is trying to cover-up reality that has destroyed my testimony the most. You can consider me in the closet doubter category.

  3. Bookslinger June 12, 2007 at 4:17 pm

    Just to clarify comment #1, that link:
    June 11, 2007,

    is where John Dehlin is not only quoted in the NY Times, but has a LINK to this blog!

    Yes, congratulations.

  4. Bookslinger June 12, 2007 at 4:18 pm

    Oh, and the quote and link is on the SECOND page of the article.

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