Guest blogger Mette Harrison is not attending the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at the moment, but she loves it as much as anyone.
Guest blogger Mette Harrison offers 4 ways the idea of eternal families may not be good news for everyone -- especially when it's used as a tool to bludgeon the non-believing.
When you've left Mormonism but your family hasn't, can you still communicate with love? Guest blogger Mette Harrison offers 10 tips on reconnecting.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, Mormon families want to defuse tensions that arise when some leave the LDS Church and others stay. Guest blogger Mette Harrison says to pass the yams and hold the judgment.
A Mormon reader asks whether she should marry her Greek Orthodox boyfriend.
The LDS Church says its decision to stop overseeing adoptions is not due to a refusal to place children with same-sex couples, but an overall decline in the number of babies available.
What causes a loss of faith? Mette Ivie Harrison was a Mormon mom, BYU professor, and novelist. in this two-part post she recounts the painful loss of her Mormon foundation, and the equally painful struggle to find faith again.
It's a painful reality for Mormon parents (and all religious parents) that sometimes, their children leave the faith. A new book from Oxford draws on a 35-year study to suggest ways to keep them in the fold.
Interfaith marriages now make up 36% of marriages in America. So why are Mormon interfaith marriages still so rare?