Mormons and Politics

Mormons and Politics

Although The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (sometimes mistakenly called the “Mormon Church”) is politically neutral, it takes a stand on social issues it considers important.  This means that the Church of Jesus Christ does not support any...
Mormon? Morman? What’s a Mormon?

Mormon? Morman? What’s a Mormon?

By Doris With the so-called “Mormon Moment” having taken center stage for such a length of time in the media, it’s hard to imagine anyone left in the United States who has not heard of a Mormon. Yet, many people are still mixed up about what exactly a Mormon is. What...
A Prophet Speaks Today

A Prophet Speaks Today

By Doris A prophet of God speaks today. Listen to individuals share their experiences and witnesses of exercising their faith in the living prophet. “Because Heavenly Father loves His children, He has not left them to walk through this mortal life without direction...
Humanitarian Aid

Humanitarian Aid

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has one of the largest and most effective humanitarian programs in the world. Its volunteer members provide relief in times of war and natural disaster as well as development projects to help communities and individuals...
The Book of Mormon and Other Mormon Scripture

The Book of Mormon and Other Mormon Scripture

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which is commonly nicknamed the “Mormon Church” by those of other faiths, has a large canon of scripture. Whereas most Christian religions only accept the Bible as the word of God, the LDS Church has four...
Mitt Romney and Tithing

Mitt Romney and Tithing

The years of 2011–2012 are being called by many in the media the “Mormon moment.” It is truly a unique time in Mormon history. Two Mormon candidates for the Presidency of the United States of America have brought a great deal of discussion to the...
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