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The Gospel Gives Freedom

I found this quote enlightening: “The gospel of Jesus Christ is not weight, it is wings.” It was part of a talk by Jean A. Stevens, First Counselor in the General Primary Presidency (World-wide religious organization for children of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). 39 more words

Inspiring

Mail we recieved from Aubree April 6, 2014

Yesterday we watched the first two sessions of General Conference and the General Conference for Women. In the second session when Russell M. Nelson was talking about the woman on the plane who was scared, I thought it was funny because it reminded me of mommy. 297 more words

Mission Training Center

My Testimony of the Prophet Joseph Smith

Today in Priesthood we discussed the chapter of the Joseph Fielding Smith manual which speaks about the Joseph Fielding Smith’s testimony of his great uncle the Prophet Joseph Smith. 552 more words

Mormon Doctoring

A few thoughts about how my religion influences my work as a doctor.

by Alan B. Sanderson, MD

Recently I had an interesting experience in the middle of a busy clinic day. 785 more words

Mormon

Mormonism Answered 10

         It’s time to take stock of where we’re at. Joseph Smith, a treasure hunter and con man who made a living (albeit a poor one), claims to have met God the Father and Jesus Christ in the flesh while still an unrepentant sinner, with no change in his lifestyle after this. 2,120 more words

Apologetics

Mormonism Answered 9

Something to note for non-mormons, the LDS recommends the Quad, which is all the various books of the Mormons: The Book of Mormon, Doctrine & Covenants and Pearl of Great Price. 1,484 more words

Apologetics

Mormonism Answered 8

         Who wrote the Book of Mormon?

Well, much of it was actually plagiarized out of context from the King James bible. No problems there – I’d personally have been happy if Smith had just told his followers “Read the King James Bible and decide for yourself if my doctrines can be found there.” 414 more words

Apologetics