14 January 2010

Mormon Women Project

I've been featured at this really classy new website called "Mormon Women."

As my interviewer wrote,

The MWP is a continuously expanding digital library of interviews with Latter-day Saint women from around the world. Today, the site features interviews with 18 fascinating women, but my vision is to have this library grow to include hundreds of women, profiled in a variety of media including photo essays, video shorts and visual art galleries. I want MormonWomen.com to be the source for accurate, inspirational information about Latter-day Saint women.

The Project celebrates women who have made deliberate choices — with the help of the Spirit and personal revelation — to overcome personal trials, magnify motherhood, contribute to communities outside their homes, or be converted to the Gospel. To an audience inside the Church, their stories support making personal choices with God’s help that often stand apart from the pressures of Mormon culture. To an audience outside the Church, their stories show the immense strength and wisdom of our people.

I hope you'll visit the site and be inspired by the richness of these women's lives. See our Get Involved page for ways you can get involved. You can also read more about the Project on the About page or in my Letter from the Editor.

Happy reading,
Neylan McBaine, Founder and Editor

Check it out! It looks so great!


  1. Super cool! I thought for a second that it was mormonwomAn.org, which I contributed to once and the woman who asked me to do it asked me about LDS women I knew living abroad and I referred her to your blog. Anyway, it's a great article for getting to know you :)

  2. Also--I really want to go back to Germany. Rob says that he wouldn't mind living there one day, which makes me happy.

    Also... I love their blog layout...

  3. That's a really cool article about you! I learned a lot about you. You're pretty amazing!

  4. I read your profile - it's a good way to share your accomplishments and testimony! So Wednesdays never work out. What days work better for you?

  5. I enjoyed reading your essay on Mormom Women Projects...it is truly a wonderful website. How exciting to be a part of it! I enjoyed reading about your life and the unique path you are taking. It's so important to be true to who you really are.

  6. Thanks, everybody! I'm going to have to go back and read what's there, I've completely forgotten since I looked it over and sent it back to her in December.