Why Do They Call Mormons the Godmakers?

Why Do They Call Mormons the Godmakers?

The concepts of Heaven and the afterlife are often difficult for humans to wrap their minds around. Our limited visions of heaven are sometimes reduced, in popular culture, to cartoonish images of people playing harps on clouds. Teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ...
Faith & Personal Revelations Amid the Storms of Life

Faith & Personal Revelations Amid the Storms of Life

I have always been intrigued by the biblical account of Peter walking on the water. (See Matthew 14.) Jesus Christ had just performed the miracle of the loaves and fishes, where He fed 5,000 people with only 5 loaves of bread and two fishes. The Savior had gone to a...
Looking Online for a Christian Church

Looking Online for a Christian Church

We live in a world of instant, visual messages. We want our information delivered in a nice package all wrapped up with a digital bow. Churches across the globe are accommodating the demand, with Websites, apps, and more. The advent of the Internet has given Christian...
What is the “Mormon Glow”?

What is the “Mormon Glow”?

Three of my four children have been baptized members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—sometimes inadvertently called the Mormon Church—when they turned 8, which is the age of accountability, or the age at which a child is accountable to God for his...
About God: Who is He?

About God: Who is He?

In today’s world, people often wonder, “Who is God?” The next questions that often come up are: Does He know me? Do I matter to Him? These are age-old questions, and really the questions of life. If we know the answers to these questions, then we can put our life on...
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