The Kirtland Mormon Temple

The Kirtland Mormon Temple

In Ohio, the Mormons were building their community in Kirtland, a small community southeast of Cleveland.  May of 1833, while the Mormons in Missouri were being driven from their homes, Joseph Smith received a revelation commanding the Mormons to build a House of the...
Mormon Doctrine Plan Of Salvation

Mormon Doctrine Plan Of Salvation

Mormon Doctrine – The Plan of Salvation Mormon doctrine centers around the plan of salvation, which is God’s plan to “bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of man” (Moses 1:39).  The plan of salvation, also called the plan of happiness, teaches us the...
Mormon Godhead

Mormon Godhead

The Godhead in Mormon Belief The first Article of Faith of the Mormon Church states simply that, “We believe in God, the Eternal Father, and in His Son, Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Ghost.”  This is the basic belief of Mormonism: God is the all-powerful, all-wise,...
Missionaries Foreign Lands

Missionaries Foreign Lands

While Mormon missionaries never ceased preaching in Canada, the United States, and the British Isles, the next major change in Mormon missionary work came in the 1840s, as Mormons went beyond the English-speaking world.  In 1843, Joseph Smith sent Mormon missionaries...
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