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...

Joseph Smith First Vision

The Mormon Prophet Joseph Smith was only fourteen years old when he experienced what few boys or men have.  Young Joseph Smith was visited by God the Father and Jesus Christ, and there has never been an event more glorious or controversial. Mormons call this “the...

Seer Translation

The Book of Mormon is a translated document, originally written in a language which Joseph Smith Jr. described as Hebrew, written in “Reformed Egyptian” characters.  As Joseph Smith was not well educated, even in English, how was he able to translate it?  The Lord...

Priesthood Mormonism

Mormonism teaches that the priesthood is the power and authority of God, the authority to act in God’s name and call upon His power. The Lord created the heavens and the earth by His priesthood power. Mormons believe Heavenly Father shares His priesthood with worthy...

Spiritual Gifts Mormonism

Latter-day Saints (Mormons) believe that if members of the LDS Church are faithful and worthy (obedient to the commandments of God in all aspects of their life) they will receive spiritual blessings from the Lord. The Book of Mormon prophet Jacob described this state...

Mormon Polygamy

Although the Mormon Church has not practiced polygamy for over a hundred years, when many people think of “Mormons,” they still think of men with multiple wives.  In today’s Church, however, people who practice plural marriage are excommunicated.  The Mormon Church...

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 is a weekly...

Temples and the Tabernacle

Ancient temples are a focal point in the Old Testament because they are of eternal importance. A temple is the house of God, where He can come and dwell among His people. There they worship Him and learn more about their relationship to Him. Mormons (as members of The...

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