Author: Gina Colvin

286: Abducted in Plain Sight: The Broberg Women Speak Out

When the crime documentary ‘Abducted in Plain Sight’ was released on Netflix, Jan Broberg (the woman at the centre of this seemingly bizarre story of multiple kidnappings, an alien mission and sexual assault while a child) was full of regret…

285: Fowler’s Stage 6: A Universalizing Faith: Sara Hughes-Zabawa

Sara Hughes-Zabawa joins me for the final episode of the Fowler’s Stages of Faith series.    In this episode we discuss the failings of Fowler’s stages. We also talk about how we can notice or engage stage 6 without falling…

284: The Next Mormons: Jana Riess

Jana Riess discusses her study ‘The Next Mormons’ and how the changing worldviews of Millennials will impact the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints. From ‘The Next Mormons’: “American Millennials–the generation born in the 1980s and 1990s–have been leaving organized…

283: We Hold Your Name: Joanna Brooks and Kalani Tonga

Joanna Brooks and Kalani Tonga join me to discuss their book of women’s blessings and poetry, ‘We Hold Your Name’ (2019) From the jacket: “A collection of blessings and poetry written by Mormon women responding to the announcement of Gina…

282: Fostering LDS Restoration Ecumenism: Apostle Richard James

In the spirit of LDS Restoration ecumenism Richard joins me to discuss how Community of Christ has developed as a vital expression of the Restoration.

281: God Invites our Disappointment: Praying the Psalms: Katie Langston

The Psalms are unique in scripture.  The Psalms strip away all decorum and show the fragility and wildness of the human condition.   The Psalms tell us that God invites our disappointment, our anger and our confusion.  The Psalms tell us…

280: A Cathedral Surrounded By Temples: Episcopalian in Utah: The Rev. Tyler Doherty and Cody Hatch

The Rev. Tyler Doherty, Priest in charge at St. Marks Cathedral Church in downtown Salt Lake City and parishioner Cody Hatch. Tyler and Cody join me in this ecumenical/interfaith conversation to talk about what the Episcopal Church has to offer…

279: Finding the Divine and Community Again: John Hamer

John Hamer comes from a family who has long been a part of the Latter-day Saint movement.  Once a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, today, John pastors a bustling downtown Toronto Community of Christ congregation. …

278: To Win at All Costs: The LDS Church and its Heartless Legal Machine: Craig Vernon

Craig Vernon has represented clients in several high profile church and clergy perpetrated sexual abuse cases including cases involving the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Litigating cases against the LDS Church shows them to be formidable adversaries who…

277: It’s Not Faithless to Doubt: Spiritual Formation & Faith Crisis: Katie Harmon McClaughlin

We shouldn’t be more worried about Faith Crisis than we are about our response to it.  A poor response to faith crisis can cause spiritual havoc and immense emotional damage. From our LDS cousins (who have had their own institutional…