Mormon History

Overview The Church of Christ (the original name for the Mormon Church) was organized with six founding members in Fayette, New York on April 6, 1830. (The full name, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was given by revelation in 1838. It is because of...

Prayer Mormonism

Prayer is the way by which any person can communicate directly with his Heavenly Father. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons or Latter-day Saints) believe prayer is necessary for each person to build a close relationship with the Lord....

Word Of Wisdom Mormonism

Mormons follow a strict code of conduct regarding the care and respect of their physical bodies. Mormons believe their bodies to be sacred gifts from God–gifts for which Jesus Christ has paid the ultimate price. Our bodies are made after the likeness of the Lord 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...

Apostasy

Mormons often speak of the Great Apostasy as the reason why the Lord had to restore His Gospel back to the earth.  Why did Jesus Christ’s Church have to be restored when Christianity has existed since the coming of Christ?  This is an expanded explanation of why the...

Church of Jesus Christ: “Mormon Church” Today

 The following chart shows LDS Church growth to 2005. Church Membership - 2010 Total membership: 14,131,467 United States(approx.): 6,238,758 Non-U.S.(approx): 7,586,096 Increase of children (2009): 119,722 Membership Distribution (1 January 2010): Canada – 179,801...

Nature God

Who is God? There are many different beliefs about the nature of God in our modern world. Mormons have a very clear concept of God, and especially a clearly defined idea about the relationship between God the Father, Jesus Christ, the Son, and the Holy Ghost. Mormons...

Obedience Mormonism

Members of the Mormon Church are taught that obedience is the first law of heaven. To progress in this life, men and women must be obedient to the truths that come from the Lord. Jeremiah 7:23, “But this thing I commanded them, saying, Obey my voice, and I will be...

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