In this discussion with Sarah Mendenhall of the Sitting Down With Sarah Podcast, Dr. Finlayson-Fife responds to questions such as…

  • What are the stages that couples go through when facing a faith challenge?
  • Can you arrive at shared values in a mixed-faith relationship?
  • Can you live in two different paradigms of belief and still be friends and good parents?
  • How can you talk to your kids about a parent's faith transition?
  • How can you teach your children shared values when each parent believes differently?
  • How can you find the courage to love in the face of difference?

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