Show description: Neylan McBaine discusses progress towards greater visibility and voice for women in the LDS Church since the publication of Women at Church in 2014, the effects of the pandemic and "house church" on women, and recent research published by BYU regarding women's voices in predominantly male group settings.
Women at Church: Magnifying LDS Women's Local Impact
“Helps LDS women have broader impact, less frustration and a fuller personification of the expansive LDS doctrine of women’s potential.” — Wendy Ulrich, Mormon Times
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Authorcast #104: Laura Rutter Strickling, author of On Fire in Baltimore: Black Mormon Women and Conversion in a Raging City October 11 2018
On this episode, we chat with Laura Rutter Strickling, author of On Fire in Baltimore: Black Mormon Women and Conversion in a Raging City.
On Fire in Baltimore: Black Mormon Women and Conversion in a Raging City
By Laura Rutter Strickling
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Authorcast #9 - Interview with Neylan McBaine October 28 2015
In our latest episode we interview Neylan McBaine, author of Women at Church: Magnifying LDS Women's Local Impact.
Read Neylan McBaine's article, "The Women's Essay," on By Common Consent in response to the LDS Church's recent Gospel Topics essays on priesthood, temple, and women.
Please consider supporting Neylan's Kickstarter campaign to re-launch the Mormon Women Project in combination with Our Cooperative Ministry, an organization committed to reimagining and improving the ways in which faithful women and men can work together locally to bring about more egalitarian administration and joyful experiences in Mormonism, within the framework of current LDS doctrine.
For more information about Neylan and her work, please visit www.neylanmcbaine.com.