Where Did I Come From?

Where did I come from?” is a common question asked by those seeking for something greater than the bright, shiny and often destructive things the world has to offer. Mormons actually have the answer to this question, or rather, the gospel of Jesus Christ provides the...

Are Mormons Christian?

Are Mormons Christian? The short answer is yes. The very name of the Church itself, , a prophet in the Book of Mormon, tells us: “We talk of Christ, we rejoice in Christ, we preach of Christ, we prophesy of Christ” (2 Nephi 25:26). Notice that Nephi is...

What is the Aaronic Priesthood?

We’ve already discussed about the restoration of the priesthood authority in 1829. Now we’re going to break it down and discuss the Aaronic Priesthood: “As the Prophet Joseph Smith translated the Book of Mormon, he found mention of baptism for the baptism. As they...

Which Is the True Church?

As someone recently wrote on an online bulletin board I frequent, “Everyone thinks their church is the true church.” . So what sets the LDS Church above all others? How can you, as the youth of this church, explain this question in a way others can easily comprehend?...

How Do Mormons Pray?

Approaching our Heavenly Father in prayer comes , it is a daunting task: How do we pray to someone we can’t see? What do we say? Does God care? Will He answer? The answer to the last two questions: Absolutely. Your Heavenly Father loves you tremendously and will...

What is an Apostle?

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was restored on a beautiful spring day — April 6, 1830. Over the course of time, a prophet was called, Joseph Smith, Jr, as were twelve apostles, who later became known as the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Since that...
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