These YouTube videos show us a Mormonism that’s fun, spontaneous, and caring — a religion that’s out in the streets, helping the world reunite its many lost baby ducks.
What are your doubts about Mormonism, and how comfortable are you with the idea that you may not receive an answer? This week in our book club, we tackle the introduction and first two chapters of “The Crucible of Doubt.”
Despite Brother Facer’s objections to the stake’s buying a pig farm, “the train for hog heaven was leaving with or without him.” Read Eric Facer’s winning entry about his dad in the New Mormon Voices blog contest.
The “Village Voice” asks who would want to pay $14 to see the new “Meet the Mormons” documentary in theaters. Fellow Mormons, that’s who. Is that enough?
It’s ironic that a talk about how Mormons should be more civil to those who are different closes with a story about those differences being magically erased when the person who was regarded as being in error simply decided to stop being different and become Mormon instead.
Some LDS conference talks in the past have gone out of their way to hammer home the point of obedience, but today’s morning session gave equal weight to how Mormons choose to use their own agency.
If you’re a Mormon who struggles with doubt, join our book club. Over five Fridays, we’ll be reading “The Crucible of Doubt” in chunks and discussing it.
A black woman prayed from the pulpit! References were made to Heavenly Mother! So why are some Mormon feminists saying the progress is too little, too late?
The Mormon personal essay contest has been judged. Announcing the winner and the honorable mentions . . .