1. Jay Larsen January 12, 2024 at 1:55 am - Reply

    I’m hoping the four great. Word smiths, John, Rebecca, Bill & RFM can articulate a phrase other than “scrape the bottom of the barrel. I realize John said to describe how church leadership sees people who no longer believe. I suggest those people including all of you are top of the integrity, morale compass barrel. TYVM, Jay

  2. sandra johnson February 1, 2024 at 12:50 pm - Reply

    then is what you say ex bishop is true ,then why when i prayed after i joined the church, explain to me why i heard god tell me, i was chosen to get my family in the church and i had a vision of my birth , you see i never liked my family, and he has continued to talk to me about my kids and my ex husband, he helped me get rid of my terrable husband. God has been here with me the whole time since i got baptised, I wouldnt go by any of the stuff, iv read or any thing else, only God . we do have sych dr in the church to help people, the church is real, dont believe any thing else people say, the confusion from the past

  3. Samantha streicher February 2, 2024 at 2:56 pm - Reply

    I am with Bill Reel and RFM on their thoughts/skepticism of the church approved guidance to answer questions guidebook.

    The church leadership tends to function as a narcissistic organization… which one huge thing that narcissists do is to gaslight.

    I think that is where you get the top leadership saying one thing from the pulpit, but then the organization can point to this guidebook, and they are opposing and it just creates confusion and distrust of self and your memories and muddles perceptions even more. Narc101

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