‘A TIME TO LAUGH. . .’ USING HUMOR TO NEGOTIATE MORMON CULTURE AND FAITH This session spotlights the healthy role played by finding humor in our tradition’s culture, history, personalities, and peculiarities. Join four of Mormonism’s quickest wits and quirkiest observers as they discuss how their ability to enjoy the messiness and humanness of Latter-day Saint life has helped them maintain their sanity (or at least some semblance of such) within our all encompassing tradition and culture. What are their secrets? Can the rest of us learn at least some of their strategies?
JEANETTE ATWOOD, STEVE MARSHALL, BENGT WASHBURN, and ROBERT KIRBY