Category Archives: LDS

LDS Chruch Sends Food and Medical Supplies to Haiti

On 13 January 2010 The LDS Church released the following statement regarding the earthquake in Haiti: We express our sympathy and prayers on behalf of the citizens of Haiti following the recent devastating earthquake. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is immediately shipping humanitarian relief, including personal hygiene kits and supplies for newborns. […]


LDS Chruch Presidency gives Christmas Message

The 2009 Christmas Message of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints, was presented on Sunday to millions around the glob. President Thomas S. Monson reminisced about Christmases past and urged those in attendance to remember the spirit of the season saying, “Finding the real joy of the season comes not in the hurrying […]


Listen to a Prophet’s Councel.

How would you like to go back in time and talk to one of the Prophets mentioned in the Bible? Which prophet would you want to talk to, and what would you ask him? What kind of advice could he give you today to help us with our troubled world? Well, your in luck. In […]


LDS, Islamic Leaders Share Relief Efforts

LDS, Islamic leaders share relief effortsBy Scott TaylorDeseret NewsPublished: Friday, July 31, 2009 11:12 p.m. MDT “Islamic Relief USA is part of the larger Islamic Relief Worldwide family, the latter celebrating its 25th anniversary and the former being founded in 1993. Islamic Relief is one of some 1,500 officially registered non-government organizations and charitable agencies […]


Barack Obama Gets a History Lesson

Family History Presented to President Barack Obama by Church President Thomas S. Monson – LDS Newsroom “President Barack Obama was presented with five large leather-bound volumes today by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that detail his family history going back multiple generations covering hundreds of years.” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid commented […]


179th Annual General Conference

How would you like to go back in time and talk to one of the Prophets mentioned in the Bible? Which prophet would you want to talk to, and what would you ask him? What kind of advice could he give us today to help us with our troubled world? Your in luck. Next week, […]


Purpose of Mormon Temples

Sacred ceremonies – By Peggy Fletcher Stack of The Salt Lake Tribune Just as temples were part of Christ Ancient Church, they are a part of his church today. Here’s some other things that are the same in Christs True church today that were also practiced in his ancient church: Baptism by immersion by someone […]


Jews, Muslims, and Mormons singing together

Faiths Join for Musical Tribute in Salt Lake Tabernacle – LDS Newsroom “A children’s choir representing both the Jewish and Muslim faiths joined other performers in sharing their common beliefs during the Interfaith Musical Tribute to the Human Spirit held at the Tabernacle on Temple Square in Salt Lake City. The concert, a culminating event […]


Mormon Temples on Nightline

Mormons Open Doors to Discuss Religion: “Ever since the first Mormon temple was built more than 150 years ago, they have been the subject of speculation and suspicion. The temples are imposing structures where private and sacred rituals are performed, and where outsiders are almost never welcomed. But this week, two of the church’s 12 […]


Destruction of the Family

Neal A. Maxwell, “A More Determined Discipleship,” Ensign, Feb 1979, 69–73 “. . . [future] events are likely to require each [church] member to decide whether or not he will follow the First Presidency. Members will find it more difficult to halt longer between two opinions. (See 1 Kgs. 18:21). “President Marion G. Romney said, […]


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