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What is the Priesthood in the Church of Jesus Christ?

Have you ever attended a Sunday service with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, more commonly known as Mormons? If you have, chances are you have noticed those young boys ages 12 to 17 donned in white shirt and tie, kneeling in front of an...
Mormonism Answers: What Is Hell?

Mormonism Answers: What Is Hell?

The concept of hell is one that religious men and women have used for centuries to scare people into righteous living. It’s a piece of doctrine, however, that is widely misunderstood. Hell, while a reality, is really a part of God’s great plan for our happiness. The...
Mormonism Answers: Who Is Saved?

Mormonism Answers: Who Is Saved?

When I was in high school, I had an interesting conversation with one of my other Christian friends. She wasn’t a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints like I was (a faith often inadvertently referred to as the Mormon Church), but she did have a...
Mormonism Answers: What Is Heaven?

Mormonism Answers: What Is Heaven?

Heaven is a term frequently used in religious conversations. If you’re “good,” you go to heaven. Plain and simple. But is it really so plain and simple? What is heaven really? The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (often inadvertently referred to as the...
Mormon Service and Sacrifice

Mormon Service and Sacrifice

My older brother lived in Brazil for two years doing a service mission for our Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (inadvertently referred to as The Mormon Church.) One time we received a letter from him detailing parts of his life in Sao Paulo,...
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