Modern Mormon Men (MMM) was launched in April 2011 after two friends read an article written by someone obsessed with Mormon mommy blogs. The idea was to gather a group of interesting Mormons and have them write about topics they find inspiring, challenging, funny, creative, and compelling. An eclectic group of modern Mormon men and women was assembled to regularly contribute content.

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Seattle Jon is a family man, little league coach, urban farmer and businessman living in Seattle. He currently gets up early with the markets to trade bonds for a living. In his spare time he enjoys movies, thrifting and is an avid reader. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University and the Japan Fukuoka mission field. He has one wife, four kids and three chickens.

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Scott Heffernan is a graphic designer and photographer in Seattle. He works on the creative team at Archie McPhee doing all manner of strange things. He grew up a child of the ‘80s in Salt Lake City, served a mission to England/Wales, and got a degree in American Sign Language from the University of Utah. After marrying his sweetheart, they moved to Seattle and had three beautiful baby boys together. He loves toys, skateboarding, and thrift store shopping and has impeccable Modar. Twitter: @ScottHeffernan. Tumblr: ScottHeff.tumblr.com.

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All three words—modern, Mormon, and men—are open to interpretation. This blog explores things modern Mormons interact with and presents a spectrum of voices to discuss topics relating to arts, parenting, humor, spirituality, news, and more. MMM receives up to 30,000 unique visitors per month and is read in nearly every country in the world.

Note: MMM is diverse by design. There is no way you will agree with every single post. Please be willing to withhold judgment when one of our contributors writes something you disagree with. Each contributor is responsible for his or her own words.

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