Melissa Inouye's new memoir "Crossings" is for any Mormon reader who has ever felt marginalized -- which, as she explains, is all of us.
When Tracy McKay was a single mom living in poverty, the Mormon community carried her through.
If you grew up thinking that by your 40s you'd be a Mormon mom with a brood of kids and a minivan, what happens when Mr. Right never shows up? In a funny new memoir, Julie Rowse explores the ups and downs of Mormon single life.
How do single Mormon women in their 30s stay faithful? And how many has the Church already lost?
In this lovely guest post, Mormon memoirist Phyllis Barber recounts a lifetime spent searching for the places the Spirit resides, though she notes she is a "mere beginner in the ancient business of seeking Spirit and the Divine." Not content to file answers in the "I Know" box, she finds illumination and glimpses of the holy in unexpected ways.