Brandt along with the usual suspects discuss episode 5 which spotlights Sister Zaldivar and Sister Voyles as they face baptism disappointment. Elder Hepworth and Elder Bott face having to deal with asking about the Law of Chastity and Brandt gets a nipple stuck in his ear. Trust me, it will all make sense in the(…)
The Mormon Expositor crew examines the in’s and out’s of the 2012 presidential election between challenger Mitt Romney and incumbent president Barack Obama. Join Brandt, Heather, Greg, Matthew, Kaimi, Amanda, and Amy as we examine everything in the 2012 election from Glenn Beck’s craziness to the after-effects of the election.
Amy hosts this review episode that includes a discussion on “blessings” that members believe will be given to them based on having a missionary in the field, the pressure missionaries feel to bring people to the One True Church, the legalism of Mormon prayer language and *OH NO!* what happens when an investigator asks if(…)
Brandt Malone, with the cast of usual suspects; Amy, Lance and Sara discuss a “golden investigator” that finds out the hard way that getting the lesson on The Law of Chastity with out a pamphlet can cause serious misunderstandings. Also touched upon: LDS women and the expectation to look young and flawless-even after having several(…)
Brandt Malone hosts the review of the second “The District” series episode where Amy, Sara and Lance discuss the cultural pressures missionaries face when there is a death in the family and whether or not proselytizing creates “spiritual ambulance chasers” by setting missionaries up to focus on people that are facing hardship and then offering(…)
Brandt Malone hosts the Mormon Expositor review for BYU tv’s reality series The District; based on missionaries serving in San Diego, California. Episode 1: “Time To Shine”. Panelist’s discuss the changes in how missionaries engage investigators, how missionaries control conversations and how they react when investigators ask questions they don’t want to or can’t answer.(…)