Answers to Common LDS Questions

Answers to Common LDS Questions

The article “Answers to Common Questions” in the March issue of the New Era gives nice, simple answers to the following common questions about the Church: Why do you have other scriptures? Isn’t the Bible enough? Mormon men have lots of wives, right? Why...
Counseling Resources Available to Ward Councils

Counseling Resources Available to Ward Councils

Stake and ward council members now have access to a new Church web page called Counseling Resources, available at CounselingResources.lds.org, to help individuals and families with their temporal and spiritual needs, including difficult and sensitive issues. Access is...
LDS Church Instructs Leaders on Same-Sex Marriage

LDS Church Instructs Leaders on Same-Sex Marriage

Update, March 28, 2014: See “Same-sex Marriage” in Gospel Topics on LDS.org for the instructions sent to leaders outside the United States. Today, the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ sent instructions about gay marriage to ward and stake...
Top 15 Articles on LDS365.com

Top 15 Articles on LDS365.com

Here is a list of the top 15 most-read articles on this blog, listed in order of the number of page views for each: 19,072 views: LDS Church Websites 17,325 views: New Meetinghouse Locator on LDS.org – Beta Release 13,103 views: LDS General Conference Memes April 2013...
LDS Website About Same-Sex Attraction

LDS Website About Same-Sex Attraction

In an effort to encourage understanding and civil conversation about same-sex attraction, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has launched the website “Love One Another: A Discussion on Same-Sex Attraction” at MormonsAndGays.org. It features a number of...

Nothing Normal About “The New Normal”

Last week, I mentioned the celebration of the anniversary of The Family: A Proclamation to the World where bloggers would be writing about the proclamation from September 17-30. Kathryn Skaggs, author of A Well-Behaved Mormon Woman and @LDSNana on Twitter, has written...

Preserving the Divine Institution of Marriage: Proposition 8

What is Proposition 8? In the year 2000, over 61% of California voters passed Proposition 22, saying that a marriage in California is between a man and a woman. Earlier this year, four activist judges in San Francisco wrongly overturned the people’s vote,...

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