Navigating Mormon Faith Crisis

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“Faith crisis” is becoming a common term for many in the Mormon Church. But what if we understood faith crisis as part of the natural cycle of spiritual growth; a breaking open to make room for new life and new faith? Join Thomas McConkie in a soul-expanding exploration, where the latest research in developmental psychology meets the Mormon doctrine of eternal progression.


Come join us in the Faith Again community for McConkie’s 
debut presentation on his new book, Navigating Mormon Faith Crisis. At this event he will share:

  • a basic framework of adult development 
  • how different stages of development relate to Mormon faith and worship
  • very practical insights and practices to support different 
kinds of Latter-day Saints (active and inactive) in authentically engaging their tradition.

Whether you know someone in faith transition or that someone is you, you’re sure to walk away from this night with an enhanced perspective on faith and ongoing progression.


Friday, October 2, 2015, 7:30-9:30 pm


Home of Elizabeth and Mark England
1194 S. 500 E., SLC, UT

Please come in the back door if you arrive late. 

Thomas McConkie_HRThomas is the author of the recent work, Navigating Mormon Faith Crisis, a fresh look at the evolution of the human spirit. He currently serves as Faculty at Pacific Integral where he researches adult development and supports individuals and collectives in activating their growth through embodied practice.
 He has been practicing mindfulness and other meditative techniques for over 16 years and studying their effects on human potential. 
He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah and loves to walk barefoot 9-months out of the year.

Read, listen, watch:

Nothing this time. Thomas wants you to simply come open, receptive, and awake. You will be able to be one of the very first to purchase his book and have it signed though. Below is its cover:


Feel free to invite others who might benefit from this evening.

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