People change. God is doing His work. Usually, we get impatient and wonder why His work is taking so almost imperceptibly long. But God changed the hearts of the Lamanites. He changed the heart of Wilbur Cox. He can change the hearts of violent nations currently closed to the Gospel. And He can change the hearts of our friends and ministering assignments.Read More
Thanks to Jana Riess and Religion News Service, here are some key findings about the current Mormon population, based on the 2016 Next Mormons survey.Read More
A photo essay is located at this link that was shot recently by a non-LDS Italian photographer, Daria Addabbo.
While the text in general is very sparse, the photos will resonate with each of us!
“The diversity we find now in the (LDS) Church may just be the beginning” says Elder D. Todd Christofferson
In the video entitled “Is There a Place for Me?,” Elder Christofferson says a wide range of people can bring different gifts and perspectives to the Church. The experiences, backgrounds, and challenges that people face will show the Church what is really essential in the Gospel of Christ. Much of the rest that has been acquired over time and is much “more cultural than doctrinal” can “slip away.”Read More
Last summer Russell Stevenson sat down with Rachel Steenblik and Caitlin Connolly, two women who...Read More
If you’ve ever fantasized about quitting your job, selling all your earthly possessions, and traveling the world, this Mormon family might just convince you to actually pull the trigger.Read More
I have been pleased by how the Church (organizationally) and the members (individually) have educated themselves on ways to help those with autism, and their families, worship on the Sabbath. Although the resources in this post are by no means exhaustive, I have been impressed by the wisdom and knowledge they contain in educating people on how to approach the subject of autism.Read More
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