1761: When Your Adult Mormon Children Stop Believing – Rod & Nan Osborne Pt 1
1762: When Your Adult Mormon Children Stop Believing – Rod & Nan Osborne Pt 2
Join Nan and Rod Osborne on a journey through their lives as devoted Mormons, parents, and spouses, and discover how their faith shaped their family culture. From Nan’s early years in the LDS community to Rod’s conversion and mission, to the challenges of raising a large family, no topic is off-limits in this captivating interview. Along the way, they share their experiences with temple worship, gender roles, and the pressure to keep their children on the “Mormon train.” However, when their children start to question their faith, Nan and Rod’s world is turned upside down. Will their family survive these faith crises, or will it tear them apart?
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Thank you for being so candid
A suggestion would be to come up with a better title
What do you suggest?
Always love these ‘Mormon stories’.
Jaw dropping interview.
“Profoundly disappointing” that’s the money quote for so many reasons. I relate to Rod’s experience in a major way.
Thanks so much to the Dehlins and Osbornes for producing and sharing this discussion! Listening was a captivating experience.
The agony and ecstasy of an entire family losing their faith
Wow. If only everyone could have parents like the Osbornes. Just watched their documentary (after learning about it from the MS podcast). I’m still crying. Lots of love and gratitude to you, Rod and Nan! You have restored my faith in humanity.