Sometimes our episodes are more of an update about where we are at, as opposed to an episode with laid out advice. This is one of those episodes. Kattie discusses her anxiety going into conference and her decision to face Conference head on, instead of escaping on yet another Disney trip….not that that’s an option […]
Around the world, many missionaries are returning home early. Some of those missionaries are returning to families where one parent has transitioned away from the church while they were away. Now those mixed faith couples have to scramble to figure out how to tell their missionaries. On this episode, Karin and Glen Brown explain how […]
Dr. Julie de Azevedo Hanks joins Kattie and Allan for the first of two episodes. On this episode, she talks about communicating with family. What is the best way to tell your family that you or your spouse no longer believes? How much detail should you give? For more information, check out these two articles […]
MOAT has been nominated for a Brodie Award for Best New Podcast! Head to mainstreetplaza.com to vote. Kattie and Allan sit down with Gina Colvin and Nathan McCluskey to hear the perspective from a veteran mixed faith couple. We loved chatting with Gina and Nathan and found so many valuable insights in what they shared. […]
It can be difficult to support your spouse in something that you disagree with or don’t find value in. In this episode, Kattie and Allan share how they have tried to support each other in spite of their differences. They also invite you, the listener, to come on the show to tell your mixed faith […]
Listeners submitted common questions and comments they receive from their spouse, friends, and family members about their faith transition and mixed faith marriage. Allan and Kattie try to answer the questions the best they can from their experience. Disclaimer: Allan and Kattie speak from their experience and are not giving professional advice or counseling.
When one spouse experience a transition in faith, it’s common to see their research and study to occur completely independent of the believing spouse. Allan and Kattie discuss their experience of learning about troubling information about the church and how much of that process they have done together.