We are a small team of Latter-day Saints from a wide background of experience. Each one of us has come to our own Testimony of the Gospel of Jesus Christ within our memberships of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
We love God. We sustain the leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
We also love all of our LGBTQIA+ friends and are actively listening to all of their testimonies. We hope to have a conversation with you soon.
We love you.
PhD Candidate in Romanian History
Kate Mower is the newest member of the cast, having joined for our Second Season.
They first came to the attention to the cast of Strangers through their Instagram account, LatterDayLez, where they have helped to inform and educate many, including the rest of the hosts of Strangers.
Kate will be helping to teach us all how we can look at the scriptures with more inclusive eyes and will teach us about historical people, events and ideas we may have missed in previous studies.
They are also an incredibly talented artist who shares their work on Instagram in progress. Please check it out here.
Maggie is a disabled 54-year-old grandma who identifies as asexual (demisexual/panromantic).
At the age of 46, Maggie followed a small, still voice to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and was Baptized in 2013.
They are finishing their first book, “The Car that Ran on Prayers,” for publication in 2022.
Maggie is a writer who has been sharing her Testimony of Jesus Christ and The Church on her blog at SisterMaggie.com since her conversion.
Dennis’s amazing conversion to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the topic of his book, Is He Nuts? Why A Gay Man Would Become A Member of The Church of Jesus Christ.
After Dennis published his book, he saw a need and filled it as a Literary Agent exclusively representing Latter-day Saints.
Dennis blogs at DennisScheicher.net
His book can be purchased here: Is He Nuts?
Bradley Talbot (he/him)
Podcast Host/BYU Student
Bradley graduated with his Psychology degree in 2021 from BYU in Provo, Utah.
He is a returned missionary, having served in Canada, who hopes to marry a man someday and raise children in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Bradley discusses this and much more on his podcast, Unspoken Secrets.