The following is a transcript I typed of a speech Greg Prince made at a Mormon Stories conference in Washington D.C. in October 2011. This is the third segment, in which Prince gives a summary of the “lessons learned” from his own faith journey.
The following is a transcript I typed of a speech Greg Prince made at a Mormon Stories conference in Washington D.C. in October 2011. This is the second segment, in which Prince gives the audience a brief overview of his own faith journey.
The following is the second half of my partial transcript of the Greg Prince interview. Here, the question posed to him is if he can make the case to those who have deliberately left church activity and persuade them to return to participation. Greg Prince gives an interesting answer that would be useful for anyone seeking to do the same in their own congregation.
The following is a partial transcript of a Mormon Stories podcast interview with Greg Prince, whom I find absolutely fascinating. At this point in the conference, the interviewer, in front of an audience very well educated in all the most problematic areas of the history of the LDS Church, poses what is unarguably a very difficult question: Can he explain how he maintains his faith despite being extremely familiar with all the issues that often cause others to struggle in their own faith? Greg Prince gives about as good an answer as I’ve ever heard to such a question.
I don’t make a habit out of drawing parallels between my life and the life of a Disney princess, but I just finished watching Disney’s Tangled and found some intriguing similarities that might be useful for explaining my faith journey