Is God Still in Our Lives?

Is God Still in Our Lives?

This article was originally published with LDS Blogs in 2008 by our beloved, and since departed, former editor, Terrie Lynn Bittner. We are still being blessed by your light and testimony, Terrie, and we are forever grateful for you.   There are many people who don’t...
What Do Mormons Believe About God?

What Do Mormons Believe About God?

What do members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints believe about God? This is a huge question. While it may have a simple answer, its implications are far-reaching. If we truly know God, who He is and what His role is in our lives, we can understand...
J. Golden Kimball—Unusual Mormon Apostle

J. Golden Kimball—Unusual Mormon Apostle

J. Golden Kimball was a Mormon leader born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1853. His father was Heber C. Kimball and his mother was Christeen Golden. He was quite poor as a child and then worked as a cowboy and a teamster, which started him on a path that led him to be...
What is Mortality About?

What is Mortality About?

We’ve talked about premortality (Where Did I Come From?) before, so lets examine the next phase in our eternal existence: mortality, also known as our Second Estate. From Teachings of the Presidents: Spencer W. Kimball, we read: We understood well before we came to...
How is a new Apostle Chosen?

How is a new Apostle Chosen?

With the passing of our beloved Robert D Hales this past fall, a vacancy was created in the Quorum of Twelve Apostles.   Latter-day Saints began their wild speculation as to who the new apostle would be . . . and it is a favorite pastime. Names are suggested at the...
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