A common symbol of the Mormon Church is our large and beautiful temples. With more than 160 temples (as of this date) either built or in planning across the world, it allows those not of our religion to have quite a bit of curiosity. My intent in writing this is to hopefully answer some of
It’s Friday and you are driving home. You turn on your radio. You hear about a small village in India where some villagers have died suddenly, strangely, of a flu that has never been seen before. Three or four people are dead and they’re sending some doctors over there to investigate it. You don’t think
The other day, someone asked me, “If God knows everything already, how can we truly have free will? He already knows the choices that we’re going to make ahead of time, so is it really our choice?” Great question. This is simply my opinion. I don’t know if there is any scriptural basis to back
On the first day of school, Jean Thompson told her students, “Boys and girls, I love you all the same.” Teachers lie. Little Teddy Stollard was a boy Jean Thompson did not like. He slouched in his chair, didn’t pay attention, his mouth hung open in a stupor, his eyes were always unfocused, his clothes
Growing up, I’m not sure if your Mom did or not, but mine would constantly be telling me to clean my room. “I don’t know how you find anything in there. Your room is a mess!”, she would say. But the thing is, that it was MY mess. And because of that, I knew exactly
So, as I’ve searched the internet for good, free, baptism program templates, I’ve realized that there aren’t any! So I went ahead and created one that looks nice, stylish, and doesn’t suck. It’s free for use! Go ahead and download it here. If you like it or have any changes/suggestions, let me know. Otherwise, enjoy!
The laundry room of my three-story apartment complex is in the basement. Some have nicknamed it, “The bat cave.” It’s a harsh name, but it is certainly suiting of the dreary dungeon. The room is almost completely covered in pure concrete. The floor, walls, and even most of the ceiling. It is also without any
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Bruce R. McConkie was a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when this fireside address was given at Brigham Young University on 1 June 1980. I have sought and do now seek that guidance and enlightenment which comes from the Holy Spirit of God.
This film follows closely behind “The Single’s Ward”. While I thought that some of the Mormon jokes were stretched a little bit too thin in “The Single’s Ward,” I found that the humor from this film was a little funnier and more realistic. It pokes fun at some of the high expectations that lots of