Lisa Rae - Kentucky

Letter from a former Mormon

Dear Mr. Jones,
I read the material that you handed out at the Louisville, Kentucky Temple open house.  I have been a member of the Church for 2 1/2 years now.  My husband is Catholic, as are my two sons.  My husband supported my decision to join the church, thinking as I did that it was a good church....


John Farkas - New York

Testimony of a former Mormon

"It is an early morning late in February 1984. As usual I am reading the scriptures while eating breakfast. I am in the Book of Mormon, 1 Nephi 18:25. This verse mentions the cow, ox, ass, horse, goat, and wild goat. This morning is a little unusual, though, in that I find myself questioning how some of these animals could have been in the New World. Didn't the experts (historians, paleozoologists) say that full-size horses were not in the New World until the European explorers and settlers arrived?..."


Randy Gavin - Utah

Former Mormon

"I was born and raised a Latter-day Saint. My folks were good people. I had good people for siblings. I had good people for friends. I was active in the LDS Church in every way possible, which culminated in serving as the Stake Mission President in Salt Lake Stake, the oldest stake in the church."


David Lovse - Florida

Testimony of a Former Mormon

I spent many years living with an emptiness.  I tried to fill that void with almost anything I could find, but nothing ever seemed to work.  The harder I tried, the more unhappier I was. This lead to hurt feelings, wrong choices and bad decisions.  Through it all, I remained faithful to the Mormon (or LDS) Church.


Carma Naylor

Author of A Mormon's Unexpected Journey

Carma's story is a riveting testimony of a woman’s search for truth when her strong religious convictions were reversed by God in a surprising way.