Shoes or Tithing?

Shoes or Tithing?

Written by Chloe W. Monk In 1932, Tom and I moved our family to Spanish Fork, Utah, from Cowley, Wyoming. It was so cold the fruit we had bottled froze and popped the lids off. When we got to Spanish Fork, we rented Nora Cooper’s two‐room house. In 1933, the Utah...
Mothers As Saviors

Mothers As Saviors

This article, written by Steve Densley, Jr., was originally published on the Fair Mormon Blog on 11 May 2014. Mother’s Day may be the most ironic of holidays. It is calculated to be a time to pay homage and respect to women. It is an opportunity for women to look back...
How to Recognize Answers to Prayers

How to Recognize Answers to Prayers

We can learn to pray effectively and then to recognize when and how our prayers are answered. Joseph Smith, the first prophet and president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (often inadvertently called the Mormon Church), read a verse in the Bible at...
How to Pray (and Get Results)

How to Pray (and Get Results)

Growing up, I was taught to recite a little prayer. At the end, I could tack on requests, but I never really gave any thought to getting results from my prayers until I became a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. From the Mormons (the nickname...
Life after Death: It’s About Hope

Life after Death: It’s About Hope

“What happens when we die?” This is one of the pressing questions about life that people all across the world grapple with every day. Most of the time, we don’t think about it. People we don’t know die, people far away and unconnected with our own lives. Then, when...
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