Plan Salvation Mormonism

The plan of salvation, also known as the plan of happiness, is the path the Lord has created for all of His children to return to Him. Centered on Jesus Christ, God’s plan teaches where we came from, the purpose of life, and what happens when we die.  Gaining an...

Service Mormonism

Mormons believe service is a necessary element in becoming more charitable and Christ-like. To show charity, which they view as the pure love of Christ, Mormons seek for opportunities to serve their fellow men. Derek A. Cuthbert, a leader in the Mormon Church, said...

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...

Atonement Mormonism

The third article of faith of Mormon basic belief states “We believe that through the atonement of Christ, all mankind may be saved, by obedience to the laws and ordinances of the Gospel.” Adam’s Fall cut off mankind from the presence of God.  To bring mankind back...

The Church In The World

Mormons are counseled by the General Authorities of the Church to be "in the world, but not of the world."  Mormonism teaches that we need to live according to the commandments of God in every era and place.  God never changes, and His commandments are eternal.  Thus,...

Doctrine And Covenants

The Doctrine and Covenants is the compilation of revelations received primarily by Joseph Smith Jr, but also by other early prophets of the Mormon Church, during the Church’s Restoration on the earth. The Doctrine and Covenants was originally known as the Book of...

Missionary Message

What is the message that the Mormon missionaries, be they male or female, young or old, have dedicated part of their lives to teach?  It is that Jesus Christ died for us, that God has not finished speaking to us – that he speaks to us today through modern prophets. ...

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...

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