Mormon Culture and Personal Life

Mormon family reading the scriptures on the Sabbath.Mormonism isn’t just a Sunday only religion. It’s a religion that requires one to be Mormon all day, every single day of the week. It reaches into every aspect of daily life. Homelife is filled with prayers, devotionals, family nights, and daily teaching. A Mormon at work is expected to uphold his moral standards even while participating in the challenges of the business world. A Mormon choosing community service is asked to choose programs that don’t violate the beliefs the member has committed to uphold. Relationships with others are held to the standards of love and respect Jesus Christ taught His followers to uphold. In every way, a Mormon is to be a Mormon all day long. It isn’t a faith that can be turned off when the member walks out the chapel doors.

The articles listed here will give you a glimpse into the daily life of Mormons, how they really live their lives and what is important to them personally.

Mormon Families

Home and Visiting Teaching

Modesty

Mormon Helping Hands Program

Self-Reliance

Mormon Women

Mormon Genealogy

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