Mormonism’s Heroes

Mormonism’s Heroes

A true hero is a person who inspires us, who makes us want to be better. Heroes are personal, and we each connect with our own heroes in our own ways. For me, a true hero is human. We see how the hero overcame human weakness and frailty—and we realize that we, too,...
Why Do Mormon Youth Serve Missions?

Why Do Mormon Youth Serve Missions?

It’s not hard to find Mormon missionaries these days. They walk under the sun, talk to strangers on streets, knock on doors, and teach in homes. You may even see them cleaning a garage or giving community service. While these missionaries come from different places...

Mormon Beliefs: A Distracted Mind

Brigham Young University (BYU) is operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, often mistakenly called the “Mormon Church.” As part of their undergraduate coursework, BYU students take multiple semesters of spiritually uplifting, stimulating religion...
Why Mormons are So Busy

Why Mormons are So Busy

Mormons are busy people.  Since there is no professional clergy in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, all the functions of congregations, and even greater responsibilities of administration in the Church of Jesus Christ, are handled by lay members....
Mormonism in the News

Mormonism in the News

I used to believe most of what I read in the paper.  Journalists, I had always assumed, were a responsible lot, bound by covenant to be as unbiased as possible, unless they were overtly editorializing.  That was until the “Mormon Moment” occurred, a period...
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