Mormon Women

Mormon Women

Some people seem to have the impression that Mormon women (members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) are oppressed and downtrodden.  The opposite is true.  The Mormon Church has over 14 million members worldwide, and women are servants and leaders in...
Mormon Religion

Mormon Religion

The Mormon religion is a Christian faith, with the worship and followership of Jesus Christ at its very center.  The Mormon religion is not a branch of Christian orthodoxy, nor is it a Protestant faith.  The Protestant churches were created to reform Orthodoxy, which...
Mormon.org

Mormon.org

Mormon.org is the newly-renovated website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to introduce friends of other faiths to Mormons and Mormonism.  Thousands of Latter-day Saints have submitted profiles to the website, and it is not only possible to chat with...
Brigham Young

Brigham Young

Brigham Young was the second president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, becoming prophet after the martyrdom of Joseph Smith, Jr.  Brigham Young ranks among the most influential and important historical figures not just in Mormon history, but also...
Senior Mormon Missionaries

Senior Mormon Missionaries

Not all missionaries are young.  After retirement, many Mormons go on missions.  They may have served missions when they were young, or they may not have.  What unites them is the desire to serve, whether they’ve served in the “mission field” before or not.  These...

Joseph Smith

The Prophet Joseph Smith is one of the most charismatic and influential religious figures in American history. Joseph Smith acquired many followers throughout his life, but also many opponents.  Joseph Smith’s calling was to be the first prophet of the final...
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