Podcasts we have been on


In this epic interview Cody and Leah Young share their experience going from orthodox believing Mormons to leaving the church. If you are seeking healing, growth, and inspiration, you will not want to miss these episodes.


John recorded a tribute to the Young Family on April 19, 2019. In this tribute, John gives commentary on the excommunication of the Young family, and what it means for questioning Mormons in the modern Church.


In a Mormon Stories first, Leah and Cody Young’s daughter, Brinley (15), joins us in the final segments of our epic interview with the Young family to discuss her family’s Mormon journey from a teen perspective.


Brinley Young is wise beyod her years. Join us today as she shares 7 lessons she’s learned after leaving the church three years ago. Topics range from communication, owning her sexuality, and following her intuition.


In this episode, Leah shares 7 lessons she’s learned while rebuilding a meaningful life for herself and her family. So many good takeaways in this episode! We hope you’ll find it valuable, share it, come back to it more than once during different life stages of your transition. 


In this episode Leah and Cody describe the events leading up to their church disciplinary court  and share feelings about being excommunicated for running a support group in Ohio. Included un this episode is a recording of their disciplinary counsil. 


Leah believes that we are cradled by a Universe that offers us circumstances and relationships to stretch our souls and help us growth. Leah’s life-altering transition helped her to step out of “hustling for worthiness” and into authentic spirituality.


Join us as we gain an inside view into Leah and Cody’s faith transition and eventual excommunication from the LDS church. In this episdoe they share how they have grown through this process and how their marriage and family life has been positively impacted.

What Clients are Saying

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My conversations with Leah were always so enlightening, they gave me confidence and clarity. Leah provided me with the information and tools that I was desperately looking for. I tell everyone I come across who is going through a similar life experience, to find someone you trust, who can be in your corner, a mentor and coach, Leah was that for me! I look back and see where I was and now, where I am today, and my heart is grateful for the growth, change and resilience. Thank you Leah for being you!

– Jessica Smith Olsen

Leah was there for me and my family during the hardest time of our lives- our faith transition. She and her family were my connection to hope- that things would get better. She has a gift to make people feel loved and accepted; she has a gift to create a safe place for people. I feel lucky and honored to have her help me and my family!

– Kristie DeRoque

“Her example of love is literally not even only the cause to why my family is still together, but also THE REASON my wife and I are closer, happier and growing more than ever before.”

– Rodney Nehring

“Leah helped me wrap my head around the situation at hand, then move through my emotional state feeling safe and grounded. She supplied wonderful resources and exquisite support. I will be forever grateful she took time to guide me through my faith crisis. The process was a lot less scary with her in my corner!”

– Andrea Christiansen

Going through my faith transition is the hardest thing I have experienced, and Leah has been such a helpful guide for me. She knows firsthand what it’s like, and has been able to share advice and perspective that give me hope and have helped me through the process of grief.

– Todd Carlson