What Matters Most Is What Lasts Longest

What Matters Most Is What Lasts Longest

Elder M. Russell Ballard Of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles Several of the Brethren and I recently visited a few of the refugee centers in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas where devastated and displaced victims of Hurricane Katrina were staying as they began to try...

Mormon Missionaries

About Mormon Missionaries The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormon Church as it is sometimes called, has always been a proselyting church. Since the beginning, Mormon missionaries have followed what they believe is God’s will and desire – to spread...
About Mormon Missionaries

About Mormon Missionaries

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, LDS Church, or Mormon Church as it is sometimes called, has always been a proselyting church. Since the beginning, Mormon missionaries have followed what they believe is God’s will and desire – to spread the gospel to...
Law Chastity Mormonism

Law Chastity Mormonism

Heavenly Father gave all men and women the sacred power to have children and has given precise commandments about how to use it. If men and women obey the commandments about procreation they can be very happy. Mormons believe procreation on Earth began with Adam and...
Family Example

Family Example

The family is central to Mormon belief.  Everything the Church does is meant to uphold and strengthen the family.  The family is under increasing duress from outside influences:  traditional family values have been under attack in every society; entertainment and...

Mormons Christians

The Mormon Church’s real name is the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  Its original name was the Church of Christ.  This indicates the Church as a Christian one, at least by name – and Mormons would testify that they are Christians in practice, too.  But...
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