1147: Should the Mormon Church Conduct Worthiness Interviews for 8-11 Year Old Children?
July 18, 2019
Earlier last week, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a marketing research survey inquiring from members about the idea of lowering the age of youth interviews with clergy from age twelve to eight.
Today we have assembled an all-star panel to discuss whether or not this is a good idea. Panelists include:
– Natasha Helfer Parker (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Sex Therapist)
– Roger Hendrix (former Mormon Bishop, Stake Presidency Member, Mission President, and CES Director)
– Sam Young (founder of Protect LDS Children and Protect All Children)
– Joelle Casteix (leading global expert, advocate and spokesperson for survivors of child sexual assault and institutional cover-up. Joelle has considerable experience fighting the Mormon church in state legislatures in support of sexual abuse victims)
This is the information on the civil window law in NEW YORK. If you know of survivors who were abused there, this is relevant to them (Mormon or not). We are having these made for AZ, NJ, and other states with windows: