Mike is interviewed on A Thoughtful Faith Podcast
I really enjoy a new facebook group that was created by the people at A Thoughtful Faith podcast community. One day when I was browsing their wall and saw a post that they were looking for people to interview. I quickly suggested my brother Mike. They took up the offer and interviewed him. This interview is now posted on A Thoughtful Faith website. Here is the link: Athoughtfulfaith.org.
Mike talks about his faith journey and his faith crisis, polygamy, polyandry and moving forward with his faith. We hope you enjoy the podcast!
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Born and raised in Northern California, Paul received his education at Ricks College and BYU with a BA in Spanish, minor in PE Coaching. Paul served his LDS mission during the years 94-96 in Rosario, Argentina. He now runs a skate shop in Provo, UT. He's married and has 4 boys. He is currently inbetween callings ;).
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