Stay LDS / Mormon

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Stay LDS / Mormon
Type of site
Independent LDS pastoral self-help and discipleship
Available in English
Owner John Dehlin and Brian Johnston
Created by John Dehlin, Brian Johnston, Ray Degraw, et al.
Slogan(s) "Helping members find new ways to stay connected to the LDS Church"
Website www.staylds.com
Alexa rank 2,083,719 (April 2014)[1]
Launched January, 2009
Current status Active

Stay LDS / Mormon ("Latter-day Saint") is a group weblog featuring discussion and commentary about Mormon issues, beliefs, culture, thought and current events. It was created by Brian Johnston[2] and John Dehlin, formerly of the Sunstone Education Foundation.[3]

The weblog's primary focus is issues of concern to Mormons experiencing disaffection or crisis of their faith. The individual contributors may share their own experiences to provide an informal support group.[4][5][6]

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  1. ^ "Keepright.net Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2014-04-01. 
  2. ^ Boorstein, Michelle (2012-05-24), "Mormons struggling with doubt turn to online support groups", Washington Post, retrieved 2013-02-19 
  3. ^ Moore, Carrie A. (2007-08-07), "New direction for Sunstone?", Deseret News, retrieved 2013-02-20 
  4. ^ "Web Site Is Refuge In Mormons' Crisis of Faith". fox13now.com. KSTU. (AP). 2009-07-20. Archived from the original on 2012-02-24. 
  5. ^ Dobner, Jennifer (2009-07-19). "Mormons in crisis find online refuge". The Salt Lake Tribune. (AP). 
  6. ^ Dehlin, John (2009-08-06), 5 Questions After 5 Years –- From A Longtime ‘Nacle Wannabe, archived from the original on 2010-01-20 

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