The purpose of Exponent II is to provide a forum for Mormon women to share their life experiences in an atmosphere of trust and acceptance. This exchange allows us to better understand each other and shape the direction of our lives. Our common bond is our connection to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and our commitment to women. We publish this paper as a living history in celebration of the strength and diversity of women.
Preview the Magazine
So what does the magazine have to offer that’s worth the cost of subscription? We have put together 24 pages of content from the last several issues so that you can get a sense of what Exponent II does.
A single issue is typically 40 pages and includes 4-5 personal essays, poetry, and 3-4 of our features–Global Zion, Sabbath Pastorals, Exponent Generations, Flannel Board, Women’s Theology, and more. We are extremely proud of the art — all by Mormon women — that accompanies the essays and we use a high-quality print that highlights the beauty of the artwork. The articles are carefully gathered and arranged to create a narrative from beginning to end. This results in a dialogue within every issue as articles speak to one another and spark new ideas and meanings.
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lluminating Ladies: A Coloring Book of Mormon Women
In honor of the 175th anniversary of the founding of the Relief Society, Exponent II is thrilled to release a coloring book celebrating the lives of Mormon women from the Restoration to the modern day. Learn more
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Exponent II is a non-profit organization that is made possible by countless volunteer hours and the generosity and support of our faithful readers. Your involvement and financial gifts help assure a strong future for this safe haven of discussion, learning, and sharing. Ours is a forum dedicated to the diverse voices and ideas of Mormon women.
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