RFM flew to Utah to give a special presentation at the St. George Post-Mormon Group on January 12, 2020. This is the audio of that presentation, together with a lengthy and lively Q&A session afterward. I had a blast! Special thanks to everybody who showed up!
Mekael and Bill sit down with Wendi Jensen, author, speaker, life coach, and trainer in the field of human potential and religious recovery. Wendi shares with us her love and knowledge of the Healing Arts. We discuss Emotional Fluency, Spiral Dynamics, The Enneagram & Personality Types, and Tapping as a therapy approach. We touch on […]
Mekael and Bill sit down with Personal Adventure Guide, Jennifer Saunders. Jennifer shares with us her passion for life and her love of adventure and love of humanity. Jennifer has given a TED Talk, developed her own Adventure Coach Program, hosts her own podcast. We discuss awakening, accepting and appreciating diversity, leaving and deconstructing systems, […]
Today Bill and Mekael sit down with Author Spencer Wright regarding his book “How to think”. The discussion revolves around how we humans can be more rational with the beliefs we hold. We discuss at length the feasibility of completely shedding Ego and yet the merits of shedding some portions of ego in order to […]
Today Radio Free Mormon and Bill Reel work together to discuss the multiple facets of the recent breaking story that the LDS Church has 100 billion dollars stockpiled in Ensign Peak Advisers, and investment arm of the Church. We listed all the resources of this shared in this podcast below. RESOURCES: 7 minute synopsis of […]
Today I share a list I having been working on. It has to do with Mormon Absurdities. The goal was to provide a list of items, that in order to believe Mormonism, one must accept these items as reconcilable, if one accepts the official narrative of their faith and the words of their prophets. These […]
This Episode will explore the idea of “likening the scriptures unto us.” Specifically the scripture found in Matt. 23. The primary idea explored is the concept of “Institutional Sin,” as opposed to “individual sin.” We are then left to wrestle with the idea of “Institutional Repentance.” I welcome your opinions and thoughts about “Institutional Repentance,” […]