Listener Nate and I had a facebook conversation a while back that got me thinking. Specifically it was about the trials faced by Mormons who grow up or live outside the heart of Mormondom (Utah.) When I talked to my wife about it, she said that seeing hypocrisy in the state was actually harder for her than when she was defending her faith out of state. I wonder which is harder – or whether the trials are just different. Neither JP nor I have lived out of State, other than our missions (well, I moved here when I was 8…) so we kind of lack perspective. Help us out. What’s hard about living a Mormon life out of Utah? What about in Utah? How to we overcome those geography-induced trials?