This is a conversion story of a woman who struggled with her relationship with God. Conversion isn’t easy. She struggles and sometimes messes up. But that’s what this life is for, right? To figure it out as we go and to rely on our Heavenly Parents for guidance.

It’s the story of how, in the face of a church culture, I learned how to be a better feminist. This is also a story about how the Mormon church taught me how to love my family more and deeply.

Like all stories, it’s easiest to understand when you start from the beginning. Go to the Introduction on page 1. Follow The LadyMo as she shares the story of learning that her Heavenly Parents are so aware of her and love her so much. Follow her as she figures out, falls down, and learns how to live the Gospel as a disciple of Jesus Christ.

If you’ve been here before, click on The Story button, and that should bring you back to where we last left off.

To all my readers, I’d love to know who you are and where you’re from (even if you’re down the street and in my ward Marie, Natalie, and Maren!) Introduce yourself in the comments section below and let’s get this party started!

With so much love,

The LadyMo

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6 responses »

  1. Just wanted to let you know I read the Feminist and Faithful post, but could not find a comment box on it, that is why I am posting here. I loved that post. You are correct sometimes who we are by nature gets in the way of our faith walk. Is it not wonderful though that we have a God Who takes us as we are?

    I thought post was well thought out, inspired, and you did a great job with it. Will be reading more as time allows. SR

  2. Hey SR! The Faithful and Feminist post was written by the founder of fMh (Feminist Mormon Housewives). FMHLisa is an amazing role model and I am grateful for her work in creating a safe place for those of us who are still working stuff out. Go check out fMh sometime! They are a great bunch!

  3. LadyMo! I’ve only read a part of your musical post and it had me in tears. I shared it with Diana, and she equally impressed. I look forward to reading more. I’m not surprised! This is wonderful.

  4. Hey LadyMo I got to meet you in person. I believe I will feel Sue from you.
    We both are Mormons and both in Utah!! Where are you? I live in Roy, UT next to Ogden
    and go to the deaf ward in Pleasant Valley. Ruth Ann, Sue’s older sister.

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