Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story Characters

Judy Robertson
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Judy Robertson

Judy Robertson had been raised in a Christian church all her life. After she and her husband, Jim, married, they joined the First Christian Church in their hometown of Fayetteville, Arkansas. They and their two children attended services and Sunday School at the church. Judy knew that she had never learned the scriptures well enough to live by them. When the family spent a summer in Mesa, Arizona, they began attending Mormon services with friends and neighbors they met. Judy and Jim eventually became members of the LDS, which Judy eventually considered the biggest mistake they ever made.

Judy struggled for years trying to be a "good" Mormon woman, but she became depressed and felt an inner void that she had never experienced before. Later, after leaving the Mormon church, she realized that the emptiness she felt was her own abandonment of Jesus Christ. Reflecting on...

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