Mormon Families

Mormon Families

The family is the basic unit of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church) and the most important social unit in time and eternity. God has established families to bring happiness to His children, allow them to learn correct principles in a loving...
Mormon Fasting

Mormon Fasting

In general terms, fasting means to go without food or drink for a period of time.  The concept of fasting is not unique to Mormonism or to religion at all.  For instance, a morning meal is called breakfast in English for the reason that a person breaks, or ends, the...
Mormon Family

Mormon Family

The Importance of the Family in Mormonism – The family is the essential unit of life on Earth and in the eternities. Mormonism teaches important truths regarding the centrality of the family and its eternal destiny. (Read more) Family Home Evening – This...
Family Home Evening

Family Home Evening

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormon Church or LDS Church) states, “Family Home Evening is a special time set aside each week that brings family members together and strengthens their love for each other, helps them draw closer to Heavenly...
Young Mormon Missionaries

Young Mormon Missionaries

In 1974, then Mormon prophet, President Spencer W. Kimball, issued a call to all young men of the LDS Church, calling them to serve full-time missions. Within a few years, the number of young men and women in the missionary service doubled.  The enthusiastic growth...
The Importance of the Family

The Importance of the Family

Elder L. Tom Perry Of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles In a world of turmoil and uncertainty, it is more important than ever to make our families the center of our lives and the top of our priorities. Families lie at the center of our Heavenly Father’s plan. This...
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