Mormon Stories Retreat:

A weekend of community and enrichment 

with John Dehlin & Natasha Helfer Parker

DECEMBER 6-8, 2019

ST. GEORGE, UTAH

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DAYS UNTIL MORMON STORIES RETREAT

Dr. John Dehlin and Natasha Hefler Parker are hosting a retreat for the Mormon Stories podcast community and those who have been affected by a faith transition. Join us this December in scenic St. George, UT for a transformative and edifying experience, as well as an opportunity to build friendships with people going through similar experiences.

WHO: YOU, along with Dr. John Dehlin, host of the Mormon Stories Podcast, and Marital and Sex Therapist Natasha Helfer Parker.

WHERE: St. George, UT (we will send venue address to all registered participants)

  • Friday, December 6

    [6:30pm – 10pm] Registration, Attendee Introductions, Group Discussions

  • Saturday, December 7

    [9am – 5pm] Groups Led by John & Natasha, Break-out Sessions, Lunch & Dinner Provided, Socializing & Karaoke

  • Sunday, December 8

    [9am – 12pm] “Healthy Sexuality”, “Healthy Organizations”, Conscious Parenting: Break-out Session

Young Adult Registration

$50

  • 18-25 years old
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Couple Registration

$500

  • 2 Attendees
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"It had an overwhelming influence on my life that I did not anticipate. I am still soaking it all in and I know it will affect significant change for a more positive and fulfilling future. I feel really corny writing this, but it's true because real steps and tools were taught, not just good feelings."

2018 Retreat Attendee

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    "I am so grateful that I attended.
    I already feel much healthier and less anxious about my issues regarding church.
    I feel validated, I feel less alone."

    2018 Retreat Attendee