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Mormons and Government

Mormons and Government

I just recently read an article in the press about Mormons, this one about how The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is poised to grow considerably in the coming years.  Often mistakenly called the “Mormon Church,” the Church of Jesus Christ was...
Mormonism: What Does it Mean to be Truly Converted?

Mormonism: What Does it Mean to be Truly Converted?

I am a convert to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sometimes mistakenly called the “Mormon Church.”  I joined the Church when I was just 16, the only one in my family to make that decision at the time.  Now I am 66.  That’s 50 years of membership,...
Serving in Mormonism

Serving in Mormonism

In The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (sometimes mistakenly called the “Mormon Church”) everyone serves.  With no professional, trained clergy, members are “called” through inspiration of God by those in authority over them (who also have been called) to...
Abundance Through Jesus Christ

Abundance Through Jesus Christ

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, inadvertently called the Mormon Church by some people, teaches that there is a significant connection between abundance and obedience to the commandments of the Lord Jesus Christ. There are many examples of this found...
Is Satan Real?

Is Satan Real?

Is Satan real? Yes. But before you ask yourself “Is Satan real?”, you must first examine if you believe that Christ is real. Once you know the answer, it is obvious to see two opposing teams in the world—namely Jesus and Satan. The Church of Jesus Christ...
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