Ex-Mormon Testimonies

If you’re an ex-Mormon we want to hear from you!

Send us your testimony so we can post it with other testimonies of ex-Mormons!

You just can’t imagine how encouraging  it is to read the testimonies of those who’ve left and they’re a blessing to those who have never been LDS as well.

We’d love to hear from you and how the Lord led you out of the Church and into His arms of salvation!

With Love in Christ;

Michelle Grim
1 Cor. 1:18

Ex-Mormon Testimonies:

Personal stories told by real people on why they left the Mormon church

 

2 Responses to “Ex-Mormon Testimonies”

  1. mark June 10, 2014 at 9:58 pm #

    Fascinating!

    Whilst I agree with the biblical conclusions and the objective conclusions I am very interested in what or how you have dealt with your testimony? ie the spiritual witness that you clearly would once have testified to and even known? As a committed Mormon you would or should have had that inner sense of rightness? That inner knowing? That inner peace and warmth?

    Are you saying you never had that? If you did then what have you done with that testimony –the same testimony that keeps Mormons true to their faith?

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  2. s ray April 6, 2015 at 4:36 am #

    I left the lds mormon church after marrying in their temple in 1984. A giving couple witnessed to us around 1986;So had my Dad when I turned an adult, but I had went ahead and married lds. I wish I had not married, even though husband had sent in his signature for the lds removal from records request too. I wish I could turn back time. I didn’t read more of the Bible until 2009, but had gotten Christian baptised by 1989. I have never regretted that. My son and daughter were raised Christian. My daughter got married in a garden last year;Because she hadn’t been attending a church and said various pastors required payment, they had a free lds bishop lead the cerimony. I was reservedly upset. My husband seemed emotionless about it, unsupportive. I have had a physical disorder for years, but thought I had attended enough church with my children and hoped my example of faith would influence them. Both were told about the lds difference. Things didn’t turn out like I thought, but ok. Life is odd. It has been over 25 years since 1984 and still not able to truely trust religion.

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