Thursday, March 29, 2012

Episode 35: "Connected to this Life" — Jenne's Story Part II

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Part of the aim of this podcast is to give voice to our stories as Daughters of Mormonism. This episode is an interview with Jenne, one of our panelists.

In this interview she talks about her journey toward finding her voice as an advocate and discovering her personal mode of spirituality. Jenne began as a Unitarian Universalist, later converting to LDS church in the aftermath of her father's death. Now she calls herself a Universalist Mormon Pagan, and she reaches out with her heart and abilities to help women with childbirth and trauma as she connects to this life through her children.

For resources and to comment, please see Part I.

Episode 34: "Connected to this Life" — Jenne's Story Part I

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Jenne will be watching the comments to respond to the ideas brought up in her interview.

Resources and References
Special thanks to Carolyn Erigero for taking care of "cute but determined" during the recording of this interview.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Episode 33: Garments—To Cover Our Nakedness

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1927 Garment Ad
Once you're endowed, wearing garments is meant to be a life-long commitment and is a sign of an active member of the church. Have you ever looked at someone to try to determine if they were wearing garments or caught someone checking you out to see if you were wearing them? Beyond their symbolism, garments come to mean many things to women who wear them. In this short panel discussion, Sybil, Jenni B, and Katrina talk about their experiences with garments.