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A gripping story of how an entire family, deeply enmeshed in Mormonism for 30 years, found their way out and found faith in Jesus Christ.

For 30 years, Lynn Wilder, once a tenured faculty member at Brigham Young University, and her family lived in, loved, and promoted the Mormon Church. Then, their son Micah, serving his Mormon mission in Florida, had a revelation: God knew him personally. God loved him. And the Mormon Church did not offer the true gospel.

Micah's conversion to Christ put the family in a tailspin. They wondered, Have we believed the wrong thing for decades? If we leave Mormonism, what does this mean for our safety, jobs, and relationships? Is Christianity all that different from Mormonism, anyway?

As Lynn tells her story of abandoning the deception of Mormonism to receive God's grace, she gives a rare look into Mormon culture, what it means to grow up Mormon, and why the contrasts between Mormonism and Christianity make all the difference in the world.

Whether you are in the Mormon Church, are curious about Mormonism, or simply are looking for a gripping story, Unveiling Grace will strengthen your faith in the true God who loves you no matter what.

©2013 Zondervan (P)2013 Zondervan

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Interesting perspective

I am a lifetime member of the Mormon church but became disillusioned many years ago and never attend church now. Several doctrinal issues have plagued me as they did with the author. It was nice to hear my own thought and opinions voiced from someone else who has way more education than I do. I enjoyed reading (listening) to this book.

The narration was way too fast, like she was trying to break a speed reading record. I had to rewind frequently to listen to sections again

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Where does Unveiling Grace rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

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What other book might you compare Unveiling Grace to and why?

No comparison really.

Which scene was your favorite?

The discussion of what it's like to live in Happy Valley ran very true to my experience.

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At first, I found it uncanny that the author's experience as a Mormon woman, raising a Mormon family in Utah, was so like my own - even in the details. But then I realized: she is describing every Mormon woman who eventually comes to think outside the conditioned box. Her writing is easy and enjoyable, and as a narrator she is very good, too.

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Very Enlightening...

I love her story. It’s quite entertaining and keeps my attention, but most of all i love this book because before i read it, i thought Mormonism and Christianity were basically the same. Boy was i wrong! I recommend this book mostly to my fellow Christian brothers and sisters, as it is quite useful to become more understanding towards mormons, and useful to gain the knowledge of the gospel, necessary to show any mormons, why what we (Christians) believe, is different from what they Mormons believe. Get. This. Book!

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helpful

A compelling read. The ending appendices collect a lot of specific disagreements and additional resources. The story gives a lot of insight to those seeking to help Mormon friends and relatives. I often challenge my Mormon friends with the words from my seminary teacher: "truth isn't threatened by investigation."

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Informative

This book was well written and easy to listen to.

I thought the author did an excellent job in relaying their personal journey, but also providing details on how the Mormon church is out of sync with true Christianity. I would highly recommend the book for anyone who is interested in investigating Mormonism.

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I am a former Mormon.

Thank you for sharing your story with the world. It has helped & changed me tremendously!

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super informative!

I learned so much about mormonism and also found the authors journey to Christ very encouraging. At times her family seemed a bit too perfect, but maybe that is my own issue! Over all, a very well written and informative book!

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Powerful

This has encouraged me all the more to pray for my Mormon friends. It very clearly describes the differences between Mormonism and Biblical Christianity. What a testimony to Gods abundant grace! Well written and powerful.

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excellent personal testimony

i first encountered her son's story on youtube and I have to say his storytelling is more engaging, which is why I didn't give this 5 stars. Otherwise it was wonderful to experience this family's story.

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What an amazing testimony.

I have Mormon neighbors and I’d always thought about talking to them about their faith, this will help me witness to them when the Lord prompts me. I like the way it started out then go into detail of how the whole family came out of Mormonism. I couldn’t put this book down, or stop listening. Very well written and full of information.

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  • 12-19-18

A great insight into Mormonism

A great testimony of how one family were delivered from the Mormon Cult.
A must listen/read by all Christians.

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  • 03-09-21

Only for those who are really into Jesus

Narrator is a speed reader. This book is sooo wordy and is really just the authors analysis of different religious dogma. So if you want to hear about why Mormons are right and christians are right this is the book for you. If you want to hear about anything other than bible stuff it is a hard pass. Also there is a lot of talk about their sons Christian band. So if you are into god rock you will probably like it.