Discovering the Power of Faith in “Freetown”

Discovering the Power of Faith in “Freetown”

by Scott Hales I’m not usually a fan of Mormon missionary movies or novels for two reasons. First, I think they are overrepresented in Mormon culture. The Latter-day Saint experience is richly textured and broad, offering storytellers limitless possibilities. But so...
I Wouldn’t Date Him…

I Wouldn’t Date Him…

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Scott Hales on Mormon Literature

Scott Hales on Mormon Literature

Dear Mormon Misfit Magazine readers, Here’s what happened, in order of events. Scott Hales agrees to answer some questions I had about Mormon literature, including ridiculous ones that I came up with like “you don’t know me but can you tell me why I...
Between Appointments

Between Appointments

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What we #share

What we #share

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SELMA and Hero Worship

SELMA and Hero Worship

  Whether you think it’s deserved or not, the Mormon church doesn’t have the greatest reputation in the black community. So the fact that the film Selma wasn’t showing in any theaters, on its wide release date in Rexburg, a city with an estimated 95 percent...