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Do Mormons Believe in Birth Control?

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, often mistakenly called the “Mormon Church,” are known for having large families.  Doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ make Mormons want to bring children into their homes, but Mormons do practice birth control. Leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ counsel members not to […]

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How Mormons Worship

The center of Mormon worship (that of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) is Jesus Christ. The Prophet Joseph Smith said, when he was asked about the fundamental principles of Mormons, “The fundamental principles of our religion are the testimony of the Apostles and the Prophets, concerning Jesus Christ, that He died, was buried, and […]

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Mormon Church Demographics

Mormon Church Demographics In April of 2015, statistics were announced for the end of 2014. The announcement was made by the First Presidency of the Church on the occasion of General Conference. As of December 31, 2014 there were 15,372,337 members of the Church worldwide in 29,621 congregations, with the Church publishing resource materials in 189 […]

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Mormon Family

Mormons believe that having a family is one of the most important things we do on this earth. The programs of the Mormon Church are designed to build up and support the Mormon family unit. Mormons believe that through the Plan of Salvation, and the ordinances of the gospel, families can dwell together forever in God’s kingdom. Mormons […]

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Mormon Missionaries

Missionary work is a cornerstone of the Mormon Church. Mormons have been taught through the scriptures that it is their role to “teach all nations” the truthfulness of Jesus Christ’s message.  According to Mormon Newsroom, More than 85,000 [full-time] missionaries are serving missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at any one time. […]

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Mormon Volunteerism

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, called “Mormons” by some, spend much of their time in church and community service. According to a recent survey reported on by The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, Mormons volunteer more of their time than any other group in America. According to the […]

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Mormons and the Boy Scouts of America

Mormon Congregations Support Boy Scout Troops The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sometimes inadvertently called the Mormon Church, has created programs for its youth that help to develop moral character, belief in the Lord Jesus Christ, and the desire to serve God, family, and community.  These programs are in effect in the global […]

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The Mormon View of America

Ancient America The Book of Mormon is a history, both chronological and religious, of several groups of people who were led to the Americas through the influence of the Lord. Two groups-Lehi and his family and friends; and Mulek and his family and friends-were led out of Jerusalem in about 600 B.C. to escape the […]

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Why Mormons Don’t Debate Doctrine

Why Mormons Don’t Debate Doctrine  All of the workings of the Mormon Church, from the bottom (choosing a Sunday School teaching substitute), to the top (who will speak in the General Conference session), are open to inspired discussion.  Personal revelation is received to help members with callings according to their stewardships.  That is, a bishop may […]

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