Fasting Mormonism

Fasting Mormonism

Fasting, a voluntary abstinence from food, has been practiced for centuries as a way for the Lord’s people to humble themselves before Him and increase their ability to receive inspiration and blessings. Mormons today practice the fast for these same reasons; they...
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...
Resources for Families

Resources for Families

Mormons believe that the family is the essential and basic unit of life, both on Earth and in the eternities. The Mormon Church teaches important truths about the centrality of the family and its eternal destiny. In fact, The First Presidency and the Quorum of the...

We [Mormons] Bear Testimony to the World

President Gordon B. Hinckley The Lord is richly blessing His Church, and our duty is to do all we can to move it forward. My brothers and sisters, as we gather in another general conference, I am pleased to report that the [Mormon] Church continues to grow in strength...
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...
About Mormon Missionaries

About Mormon Missionaries

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, LDS Church, or Mormon Church as it is sometimes called, has always been a proselyting church. Since the beginning, Mormon missionaries have followed what they believe is God’s will and desire – to spread the gospel to...
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