Our Management Team

Michelle Grim
Michelle was a 6th generation Mormon who’s family background included polygamists. After a lifetime in the Mormon Church, Michelle left the church in search of the truth. Though she would find that lasting peace in Christ, it did come with a price. Michelle was  rejected by her friends and family in Utah and treated like the worst kind of criminal.  The Mormon Church has attempted to persuade her to come back to the Mormon Church and renounce her Christian faith, even going as far as pressuring family members.  Since she left, the LDS Church has long persecuted her by using character assassination as their weapon. Ironically, although Michelle would once spit in the face of Ed Decker for his efforts to shed light on Mormon beliefs, she eventually joined forces with him and worked along side Mr. Decker at Saint Alive for 11 years.  Michelle and her husband, Kirk, have two beautiful daughters, ages 20 and 18.


Kirk Grim
Kirk joined the Mormon Church in Thousand Oaks, CA. in 1981.  Shortly afterwards, he joined the Air Force and was immediately stationed at Hill Air Force Base in Layton, Utah where he met and married Michelle Parker.  Over the next 10 years he began questioning the teachings of the church and comparing it to the Biblical perspective which ultimately led to his discovery of the true Jesus Christ.  Kirk and his family now reside in the Northwest where he and Michelle have ministered to countless Mormons.  Kirk also came from a background of Masonry and has extensive knowledge about the Lodge and its affects upon the Christian’s life.  Kirk retired from the Air Force Reserves and continues to work in the aviation industry.


Kent Otott
Kent is the Executive Director for North Central Kansas Teens For Christ, Inc., headquartered in Concordia, KS.  His primary duties include the overseeing and production of the Teens For Christ Bible Clubs and Teens For Christ Rallies along with other youth ministry functions.  He has been with North Central Kansas Teens For Christ since January, 1984.  Kent is a graduate of Christ Unlimited Bible Institute, which was operated by a ministry formally known as Kansas City Youth For Christ.

Kent’s local ministry involvement included being the treasurer of the Concordia Ministerial Association. He created a jail ministry program for Cloud County. He serves as the Chaplain for the Concordia Fire Department and has been invited to start a chaplaincy program for the Concordia Police Department.

Kent has recently been added to the board of directors of the Nauvoo Christian Visitors Center.  He has helped with their outreach programs for since 2001. His interest in counter cult ministry has grown since beginning serious research in 1998 and has sought to educate people in north central Kansas and south central Nebraska.

We have many faithful volunteers on our staff who willing lend their time to us to bring Jesus Christ to the lost.

Our volunteers include:

Melissa Grimes
Melissa converted to Mormonism after getting married. She was a faithful, temple going member of the Mormon Church for thirteen years. It was through a television documentary three years ago on the Masons that led Melissa to ask some serious questions about Mormonism. Since then she has left the Mormon Church for a relationship with Jesus Christ.


  1. fred grant

    god bless all of you i to learned the truth about the cult..poor old tom,so many are leaving his money is running low

    • paul harris

      he needs to starve for all the lyes hes told and the money hes stole.i hope they loose there tax exsemp status and he and all the rest will be in hell with there god saten

    • rev bill keller

      Glenn Beck and his latest scam. The media will NEVER be able to properly put into perspective Glenn Beck because they don’t understand his true motivations that come from his Mormon beliefs. I have studied for decades the doctrines of Beck’s cult, and have debated their top apologists in many media and public forums over the years. For 23 years now, I have faithfully day after day worked ultimately towards one goal…to lead the lost to saving faith in Jesus Christ. While souls are given mostly lip service in our churches today, it has always been my number one priority since we will all take our last breath one day and at that moment the only thing that will matter is if we have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ by faith.

      Over the years, I have warned people about the cults, false religions, and new age philosophies designed by satan himself to lead souls to hell. I was alone in the media many years ago when Oprah went from being an entertainer to a pseudo “pastor,” pushing the agenda of various cults and ultimately began making tens of millions selling new age lies to her ignorant followers. ( http://www.liveprayer.com/ddarchive3.cfm?id=2741 ) I was ripped to shreds for years by people who loved Oprah, but as the years went on, more and more people began to see the danger of what Oprah was promoting as “spirituality.”

      When Oprah ended her daily talk show and started her own network, her influenced was greatly diminished since few people were watching her any longer. However, satan’s new “angel of light” that was rising in influence was satanic Mormon cult member Glenn Beck. Like with Oprah, as over the years Beck’s hold on more and more people rose, I again was virtually alone in the media warning people about this dangerous cult member whose politics they liked. If all Beck did was a political program I could care less, however, he used his media platforms to LIE that he was a Christian despite the fact the doctrines of his cult are totally inconsistent with Biblically Christianity. ( http://www.liveprayer.com/ddarchive3.cfm?id=5581 )

      (Note: There is a doctrine in the Mormon cult, must like in the false religion of Islam, called “lying for the Lord.” That doctrine states that it is acceptable to lie if it is in the furtherance of their cult. Of course, the Bible teaches that lying is NEVER acceptable!)

      Glenn Beck is NOT a Christian! He is like his father satan, a LIAR (John 8:44). When Beck speaks of Jesus, it is NOT the Jesus of the Bible. Beck and members of his cult deny the deity of Christ, believe he is the brother of Lucifer, and that he came to the United States during his earthly life. When Beck speaks of God, talks about praying to God, it is NOT the God of the Bible. Beck’s cult is polytheistic, meaning they believe in multiple gods. Beck’s “god” used to be a man and became a “god” as Beck, Romney, and Mormon men believe they will as well.

      When it comes to the Bible that Beck loves to quote as part of his deception, he and members of his cult believe it is a flawed and incomplete book, superceded by the writings of his cult’s founder Joseph Smith the Book of Mormon, the Pearl of Great Price, and the Doctrines and Covenants. If you notice, Beck will ALWAYS quote the Bible and never the Book of Mormon, as members of his cult are taught to do, in order to perpetuate the deception he is a Christian. Beck even became so bold he did several radio and TV programs explaining what his cult believes, and of course LIED.

      *I would be happy to sit with Beck in any media setting he wants. However, guys like Beck spend their life insuring they will never be challenged by those who can expose their lies and carefully surround themselves only with people who will help them advance their lies! He is nothing but a coward of the worst kind since he is playing with the eternal souls of men!

      Most disgusting are the high -ofile Christians that Beck has bought and paid for to give credibility to his LIE that he is a Christian to an audience full of people with no faith, as well as Biblically ignorant Christians. Like Moon in the 80s bought off the top evangelical leaders of that day to give him mainstream credibility, Beck has had no problem finding modern day Judas’ like David Barton (who actually is on the board of Beck’s “charity” his wife runs), John Hagee, James Robison, Ralph Reed, the Falwell brothers, Alveda King, and a host of other Christians flock to Beck to be able to sell their books and events to his audience. In return they sit “silent,” much like Saul held the cloaks of those who stoned Stephen, as Beck LIES to the masses he is a Christian.

      Many may be asking, “So what, what is the big deal?” THE BIG DEAL IS THE ETERNAL SOULS OF MEN! The “gospel” of Mormonism is a false gospel leading the souls of men to hell! Paul had this problem, even in the first churches, and wrote to the church in Galatia, “I am astonished that you are so quickly deserting the one who called you to live in the grace of Christ and are turning to a different gospel- which is really no gospel at all. Evidently some people are throwing you into confusion and are trying to pervert the gospel of Christ. But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other than the one we preached to you, let them be under God’s curse! As we have already said, so now I say again: If anybody is preaching to you a gospel other than what you accepted, let them be under God’s curse!”

      Where did Beck come from and how did he come to have the influence of a national radio program? Beck has been in radio his entire career, languishing as a local “shock jock” from 1983-2000. That was the year Beck was brought to WFLA in Tampa. WFLA is also the home base for Premiere, which is the syndication arm of Clear Channel who owns all of the major talk stations around the nation. Clear Channel of course is owned by Bain Capital, founded by…MITT ROMNEY! (Despite Beck’s public lack of support for Romney in 2012, Beck hosted several private fundraisers in his Dallas mansion for his cult brother, hoping as all in his cult did for the first Mormon President in fulfillment of founder Joseph Smith’s “White Horse Prophecy”) The Mormon cult has always been big in radio and television ownership. The Sacramento radio station that launched Rush Limbaugh’s program was owned by Mormons.


      Give Beck credit, it was from this incredible platform that he added his TV program on Headline News, followed by FOX, then as pay-per-view online, with the goal of getting it on major cable outlets who would also pay him based on their customer base. Add to his media empire The Blaze news site, books, public events, and other business ventures, the fact is everything Beck does and the foundation of his influence and wealth even to today, is all from being given a nationally syndicated radio program.

      Calling on his “shock jock” days Beck has proved PT Barnum correct that there truly is “a sucker born every minute.” Like a great chameleon, Beck has reinvented himself over and over and over, all in order churn out dollars. NOTHING GLENN BECK DOES IS WITHOUT A COST! Beck cries he is broke, while living a lifestyle most of the 1% dream about while sitting on hundreds of millions of assets his empire as acquired primarily from his gullible listeners sending Beck their money. Whatever his current “con” may be, the audience is brought back to reality every 13 minute when he goes to his commercial break and goes from tears to his “radio voice,” encouraging his listeners to buy whatever that sponsor is selling. His bumper music in and out of each commercial break is a reminder to his listeners that they are nothing but a pawn in his game.

      Fast forward to today. Beck’s latest scam is his 8/28 event in Birmingham, “Never Again Is Now.” The founder of Beck’s cult, Joseph Smith was not just a polygamist, pedophile, racist, and murderer, but a convicted con artist. That was his life when he claimed an angel “moroni” came to him in a dream and led him to the Catskills and the gold tablets he wrote the Book of Mormon from. The church of Smith’s day actually read the Bible and ran Smith and his heresy out of every town he tried to proselytize in. Of course, even though it is less than 200 years ago, nobody has ever seen those gold tablets. Like Smith, Beck has sold himself in the past as Ghandi, Walt Disney, and Bonhoeffer. Beck’s latest incarnation (hustle) of himself now is as Martin Luther King!

      One part of this “Never Again Is Now” scam is for people to give Beck’s “charity” money to help Christians in the Middle East. Beck’s charity is primarily the vehicle Beck is counting on to accrue enough “good works” to enable him to become a “god” in accordance with the beliefs of his cult when he dies. Beck gets people to give money to his “charity” that he will then take the credit for the works of to become the “god of his own planet.”

      The event on 8/28 is the other part of this scam. Beck with his media empire, was able to influence a local Birmingham pastor Bishop Lowe of the Guiding Light Church to “invite” him to his church for his event. Beck presented this to his gullible audience as a time for people to come together in “love and unity,” who can argue with that, and invited people to join him. Of course, Beck already knew his ecumenical army made up of members of his own cult, non-Christians who buy into the new age beliefs that you can believe in whatever “god” you want as Beck often encourages, and Biblically illiterate Christian, would create a large crowd and will be far too many for Bishop Lowe’s church. Even though nothing has been finalized, as Beck is still letting the “con play out,” I assume his event will end up at Legion Field, the largest place in the Birmingham area.

      Question? Why didn’t Beck simply contact one of the many Mormon churches in Birmingham to “host” him? While he never talks about it publicly, Beck is VERY plugged into the hierarchy of his cult, with one of his mentors being Mormon Jon Huntsman, Sr. Of course, that answer should be obvious to all by now!

      Beck will claim after the event that it was a “move of God,” when in fact, it will end being nothing more than a money making scheme orchestrated through the use of Beck’s vast media empire and financial resources. According to Beck’s logic, ISIS is a move of God. Don’t forget, numbers don’t always indicate anything, since there are over 1.5 BILLION Muslims in the world! Lots of moves of “satan” are accompanied by large numbers of people and dollars!

      Just like Beck’s big productions in Washington DC, Israel, Cowboy Stadium, and the home of his cult Salt Lake City, the end result of this Birmingham event will be filling Beck’s bank account though he will publicly claim he makes no money. The fact is, ZERO will be accomplished regarding anything of eternal spiritual consequences! At the end of the day, what eternal accomplishments can there be without the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as the Bible teaches? For all of the numbers, all of the dollars, the one thing Glenn Beck has NEVER DONE ONCE is lead a soul to faith in Jesus Christ since his cult preaches a “different gospel” actually leading the souls of men to hell!

      Beck is also asking Christian churches to invite him to speak this summer. I have tried to privately speak to dozens of Christian pastors over the years who have had Beck speak at their church. Of course most won’t respond since having the member of a satanic cult speak in your church is no different than slaughtering a pig on the altar. The ones who I did speak with lamely stated to me that they were trying to witness to Beck. How is allowing Beck to stand in their pulpit, knowing he is a proud and unrepentant member of the satanic Mormon cult, witnessing to him?

      Question? Why isn’t Glenn Beck speaking in MORMON CHURCHES? If I sent a letter to every Mormon church in the nation, how many would invite me to speak there? We know the answers to BOTH questions!

      I love and care about you so much. Most in the Liveprayer family have been warned about Beck, and those who didn’t understand his true danger, have over these years I have been educating people. Please, send this Devotional to every person you know who watches Beck. Many claim they like his politics, but the fact is there is nothing Beck says politically that isn’t said by Rush and 20 others every day. That is why Beck is always reinventing himself, to stand out. Why would any Christian listen to, let alone, give money to, someone they know who has to LIE about the most important thing in their life, their faith? If a person will lie about their faith they will lie about anything!

      I will probably be attacked by Beck once again. He is no different than the baby killers, homosexual activists, Muslims, or others that try to bully me into silence for daring to speak out against them. Beck spent 12 minutes the Thursday after the 2012 election ripping me to shreds and blaming me for his cult brother Romney losing the election. But just like I was ripped for many years for exposing Oprah, I will not be silent as this minion of satan spews his lies to the masses that is helping to lead the souls of men to hell!

      Let me leave you with these two passages of Scripture to pray over. “How does the darkness fellowship with the light?” 2 Cor. 6:14 “How do two walk as one unless they agree?” Amos 3:3

      In His love and service, Your friend and brother in Christ,

      Bill Keller

    • Chris Cooper


      I was researching “Mormon statistics” and inadvertently ran into this site. If I may I’d like to bear to you my testimony of the truthfulness of the Restored Gospel. (Please “bear with me” lol).

      I am 24 years old and used to be a fervent atheist. I did not accept Christ, God, the Bible or any revealed truths and thought the religious to be delusional. Then I prayed one day for the first time as I felt moved to do. Inside, my feverish conviction regarding the falsehood of religion began to collapse and turn into hopelessness. I felt a deep void of something. After prayer I recalled the name of Jesus Christ and I could feel what I believed to be his presence. It was at that moment that I decided that I would pursue God, the God I had mocked and ridiculed for a number of years in my adolescence. I didn’t know where he was or which church (or even which religion) he was but I became determined to find him and I knew that Christ would lead the way, as he once said “ask and ye shall receive”.
      For the following couple years I searched far and wide, to every church I could find in my locality. I spoke with members and pastors about God, did amateur biblical research and even looked into the religion of Islam. I was about to give up as many things in my life demanded great time and dedication and my personal situation was straining. Then I ran across this church I’d only sparingly heard of which called itself “the church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints”. I immediately assumed “cult”, as the few things I’d heard about this religion seemed very strange and off-putting. But, since I’d given literally everything else a shot I decided it best to contact the “latter day Saints”. I met with two young men and we had a deep conversation. About a month later (June 2015) I was baptized.

      I know that people who say that the church is false/deceitful or whatever have legitimate concerns and I don’t ever intend to dismiss people’s struggles. There are things regarding the Church’s history, leadership, methodology which raise more questions than they provide answers to.
      But I know this as well: our faith ought to transcend the shortcomings of mankind. If we base our conviction on doubt, doubt becomes our root and eventual degeneracy is what lies ahead.
      This doesn’t mean that problems shouldn’t be discussed and questions explored — only that we remember to explore in faith; begin from faith and rise above the world and its scary shadows.

      I want you to know that I know this Church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, is true. Though improvements are needed, this should not be cause to forsake the church.
      I know that the Book of Mormon is true, that it’s text reflects higher truths and is imbued with deeper wisdom. I know the scriptures of the Old and New testaments to be the same, and of course the words of Jesus Christ contained therein. There is real power in the priesthood, given by God unto man for his name’s and glory sake. I know that we have the Spirit of Revelation, as God is never silent in his infinite truths, especially toward his precious children. I know that we have a true and living prophet who is the greatest in his service to our Father in Heaven, to lead, counsel, guide, and watch over the holy flock until the Savior’s anticipated return.

      With love in Christ,
      Chris Cooper

    • an ex-mormon

      I have to say, I haven’t laughed this much for a long while. As someone born into the church but has left because I have found myself agnostic, this whole website is a load of bull. Especially their claims of cultism.
      I see a lot of comments by ex-Mormons who seem to be bitter towards LDS people, and as such, make themselves believe that every Mormon out there has something they’re hiding. Maybe it’s because I have no beef with the church that I can see this.
      I hope every person who believes in what this silly website says is able to put away whatever bitterness you may have for Mormons for whatever reason.
      You don’t have to believe Mormonism. You can disagree with everything and everything they stand for. That’s up to you. But to make a website like this, run mostly by ex-members (which, of course, makes every single thing they say against the church true *sarcasm*) brings things down to a new low.

  2. CamdenC

    To Paul Harris: What are you talking about? Please explain your post…

    • An Ex-Mormon

      Translation of Paul Harris post:

      “He [Thomas Monson] needs to starve for all the lies he has told and the money he has stolen. I hope they [LDS church/Mormon Inc.] lose their tax exempt status and He [Thomas Monson] and all the rest will go to hell with their god Satan.”

    • JJ

      Ex-Mormon. I have to agree with you – there is a lot of bitterness on this website towards LDS people. I am truly saddened to read all of this. And, being a religious person myself, I feel compelled to say that bitterness is born of contention, the familiar home of the adversary. The adversary I am afraid to say, loves this website. I look at my life, religion, my belief in God and the Plan of Salvation from a Macro perspective, eternal Truth. Much of what is expressed here falls in the realm of Micro, the state of fallen men and women. When the Macro lens stays on, the LDS perspective on the plan of Salvation is still the most coherent, complete, and consistent than any other on this fallen earth. The combination of scriptures/testaments of God the Father, his Son Jesus Christ and the manifestation of the Holy Ghost, and continuous personal revelation to each individual who asks, is true joy and happiness. May God bless you all in your journeys.

  3. CamdenC


    I can understand how you feel. I too felt very angry when I first started investigating the LDS religion I was born into and lived out for the first 26 years of my life. Thankfully by the Grace of God, He set me free… and I am free indeed.

    Try and do what I did when I left the church. I focused that anger and feelings of betrayment into love and compassion for the LDS people. Namely because all the people I had ever known and loved were still in the church. I started witnessing to all people about Jesus and how he had set me free. I not only witnessed about Jesus, but I also warned people about the false teachings of the LDS church. That they have a great veneer of Christianity, but the church is like a whitewashed tomb. I had to get the word out to fellow Christians and non-believers that the even though the LDS church had the “structure” and the “answers” to the tough questions in life, (which makes them so attractive to lost people), the structure is a yoke and the answers are heretical when compared to the Bible.

    Pray for Monson, and all the LDS people that the Holy Spirit will reveal to them the Truth that can only be found in the “God breathed” Word of God. That having an answer for every little thing does not mean that it is true. Men can “interpolate” anything to support their ideas.

    “His ways our higher than our ways, His thoughts are higher than our thoughts”

    How deep are the riches and the glory of God. His judgements are unsearchable and His paths beyond tracing out.

  4. saltlaketorome

    I am so glad I found this blog. I am currently in the process of leaving the Mormon Church and as you probably know, it is far from easy.

    • lifeafterministry

      Hey there Salt Lake!

      We wanted you to know that we’re praying for you! When you’re comfortable with sharing let us know how we can pray for you or how you decided to leave.

    • YourKingdomInheritance

      I wanted you to know I am praying for you! I left the church 9 years ago, I am Free in Christ! It is so amazing. I have a Mormon Recovery Ministry on FB. Right now we are doing a study in Hebrews on “Our Great High Priest.” I am sure this information will be helpful to you.
      God Bless, La Vonne

    • lifeafterministry

      We need your testimony on our site! 😉 When you have time why don’t you e-mail it to me? 🙂 I know your story will bless many people my dear.

    • YourKingdomInheritance

      Thank you very much Michelle for this opportunity to share my story. I have started a Mormon Recovery Ministry on FB and I am seeking a church to host this ministry here in S. Cal. There aren’t any former Mormon ministries here. I also just completed my book, “Loved into the Light, Shining God’s Light on Mormonism.” Please tell me more about your ministry.
      Here is the intro from my book. Please let me know if you would like to adjust it. I am hoping that if you paste it as an intro to my book it will bring awareness of the book.

      Introduction – Journey to Freedom

      “Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”
      – John 8:32

      I was born in Phoenix, Arizona, and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. I lived a pretty sinful life growing up and was introduced to the Mormon religion when I was 19 years old. Some of the girls at the beauty college I attended sent the women missionaries to my home to teach me about the Mormon faith. I didn’t know it at the time, but my soon to be husband was a Mormon.
      The gospel they introduced me to was not the Gospel I know now. I was taught very little about Mormonism, but I was taught that Jesus loved me—which was enough for this sinful, spiritually hungry girl. I wanted His love and forgiveness, and so I was quickly baptized into the Mormon Church.
      What started out as my love for Jesus and His love for me turned into a continuous battle to try to earn and be worthy of through a set of rules imposed upon me. I would continually try to perfectly adhere to these rules, thinking it the only way to maintain this love and forgiveness that I had found. Soon, the Church made it necessary that I change my lifestyle even more—not that the way I was living was bad during that time; it just didn’t conform to their worldview. I had to adapt to these new laws and rules that I never even knew existed before I was baptized. For a while, it seemed that each new member that came into my life, whether they were a leader or just a member of the congregation, had a new rule to offer me. I continued to obey these rules and encouraged my family to do the same.
      I remember vividly a time when my husband wanted to take our 10-year-old daughter out on a Harley ride and get a Jamba on a Sunday. I got so upset with them because this was not honoring the Sabbath—a rule I was told to keep in order to keep me on the path to salvation. Additional rules began to affect my marriage and family in ways I had not expected. Without realizing, my family began to suffer.
      The fruits of living this oppressive lifestyle were adding up quickly. Our family looked really good on the outside. We all appeared happy and looked very nice. What remained hidden from everyone else were the guilt, oppression, anger, captivity and fear that began to dominate everyone’s life in our home. I didn’t understand where this was all coming from at the time, but now that we have all been set free from religious captivity I know. The fruits of Christ’s True Gospel are very different and apparent in our home and our lives now. There is so much peace, tranquility, love, happiness, and joy it is hard to explain, but makes me ache to do so. I know God desires this happiness for everyone!
      I would like to make it clear that my separation from the Mormon Church had nothing to do with unworthiness or transgression. For 18 years, I was 100% devoted to the LDS Church.
      During those years, I never once questioned the truthfulness of their gospel. My faithfulness was clearly demonstrated by my service in the Church, and anyone who has ever served with me can attest to my wholehearted dedication and commitment. We held weekly family home evening, daily personal/family prayer and scripture study, regular church attendance, temple attendance, and gave generous tithes and offerings. I was a very faithful member.
      The turning point for me came because the fruits of living this way began to destroy my family. I could no longer deny the truth of what was happening. My family was falling apart and I needed God more than ever. I went out alone and fell to my knees crying, “Jesus, what do you want me to do? I do not want to betray you by leaving the Mormon Church and yet my family is falling apart. Tell me, Lord, what to do.” I felt a peace come over me about leaving the Mormon Church. It became a peaceful conviction that I could do this and Jesus would walk with me. I could not have left the Mormon Church otherwise, because leaving God’s “true” church was not something I ever wanted to do.
      I went to my husband and told him what I had experienced. After much prayer, we decided we would go to our community Christian Church. Each lesson from the podium was as if God was answering every question I ever had about the Mormon Church, and the pastor never once mentioned Mormons. But God was doing something wonderful in my heart. He was setting me free.
      I began my search. I wanted to know everything. For years, I was warned not to read anything contrary to the Mormon Church, that just the act of doing so would be apostatizing and demonstrating a lack of faith. So at first, I was scared to do it. I never knew how much fear had been instilled within me.
      But because of my walk with Jesus, He gave me the strength to carry on and search. I learned that Jesus wants us to search out truth. He wants us to know everything about Him. He is not afraid of anything! Wow, it has been great overcoming my fear.
      I have learned so much! I have learned that Mormons are really great people. They love God very much. I sure did then and still do. But I must tell you; there is so much they do not know.
      I invite you to take a walk with me through my book, “Loved into the Light,” and discover how you can be freed from any religious captivity you might be in. Whether Mormon, Muslim, Catholic, New Age, or whatever it may be, there is a God that wants to set you free—free to live the most amazing and adventuresome life you could ever imagine!

      La Vonne Earl

  5. CamdenC

    To saltlaketorome:

    Glad to hear that you have “seen the light”… if you ever need to correspond, let me know on this blog page.

  6. Lisa

    Glad I found this website. I’ve been a Christian for the majority of my life. For the past 5 years I have been friends with a woman and her family who are Mormon. I truly believe God has given me a burden to pray for this family and others who are in the Mormon faith, to come into the grace and knowledge of the True and Living Lord, Jesus.

  7. CamdenC

    We will all be praying for you and for your friend and her family…

  8. YourKingdomInheritance

    The Mormon Religion did many damages to myself and my family. It is interesting that even if you do not know why your life is falling apart, it will continue to do so if we are out of harmony with God’s will. There was so much oppression, depression and guilt to go around. Now our home is filled with the spirit of God! I am praying for Mormonism to be completely dissolved. I believe we will see it in our lifetime.

  9. dennis

    i am newly ex lds they teach one thing and do the other crazy so lost now

    • Camden

      Dennis- I know that it is tough… I was born and raised in the LDS church and left when I was 26. My whole family was and still are Mormon.
      Shoot me an e-mail at camden@lifeafter.org

  10. EM

    I am a Mormon. I was born into the church, married in the temple, and have 6 children. I have a felt an emptiness in myself which I link to the church over the past few years. I have recently found many things about Joseph Smith specifically which are disturbing to me and rock the core of my testimony. What I DO KNOW is I believe in Christ, in God, in something greater and more beautiful than anything any of us can imagine. I’m scared to leave the church because I have this fear that God will punish me….either thru my marriage or children. I don’t want my husband to lose his job, I don’t want my children to get sick, I don’t want to end up divorced and my family torn apart…..and yet I have this fear if I leave the church these things will happen. I don’t know what to do.

  11. Otha Woods

    EM the God I know love and serve, does not want us to fear, He loves us and wants us to be happy and come to know Him through His son Jesus. you just keep praying and studying and reading Gods word.if you need someone to talk too I am a good listener I will to the best of my ability help you find scriptures that will bring you peace of mind about what you must do . you can reach me on facebook my name is Otha Woods .I would give you my e-mail but my keyboard is messing up and I can’t make the at sign so if you would like just message me on fb..

    • camdenc

      Otha – Thanks for being there for EM… God Bless you.

      EM, we are praying for you and your family… God works all things together for good for those that love Him…

      You will be safe in His arms…


      Romans 15:13

  12. UintahWinds

    You just have to send people to the Gospel Topics section on http://www.lds.org !! Mormons especially. The essays posted since October 2013 on Plural Marriage, Polygamy, Race and Priesthood, First Vision, Book of Mormon translation, and other topics contradict teachings, pronouncements, scripture(s), and revelations from before. Capture these essays and save them elsewhere as they may be altered or taken down. They are not dated or signed. Pass the word!! Thank you for your ministry.



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