Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story Themes

Judy Robertson
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Christianity

Judy and Jim Robertson had been Christians their entire lives. They both grew up in Fayetteville, where Jim was raised a Lutheran and Judy was a member of the Disciples of Christ denomination. When Jim and Judy married, they joined the First Christian Church of Fayetteville. Although Christianity had always been part of their lives, they had failed to learn the scriptures and learn to draw from the gospel as a guide for leading good Christian lives. By neglecting their devotion to Jesus Christ, both Judy and Jim had let themselves open to the appeal of Mormonism. They eventually joined the church and became LDS members.

After years attempting to live up to the rules and regulations of the Mormon church, Judy could not shake the feeling that something was missing. The important "something" that was missing was that Christ was no longer in her life. Struggling with...

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