Category: Beliefs

What is Different about Being a Mormon Bishop?

Mormon leaders known as Bishops serve small congregations of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Know more about how they are called and the tasks that they perform and their purpose in accepting the call.

Powerful Lessons Taught By The New Apostles

The two new apostles of the LDS Church shared their words of counsel and testimony during General Conference. They encouraged everyone to look unto God for direction through the words of His living prophets as we strive to live true to our covenants and seek the enabling power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ.

Who are Mormon Prophets?

“Who are Mormon prophets? What exactly do they do?” Read about this unique belief that Mormons have, that God, to this day, still communicates with His children through His servants, which you may know as Mormon prophets.

It Is Safer To Stay On the Ship Of The Gospel

Staying on the ship of the gospel of Jesus Christ is the safest way we can cross the harsh ocean towards the Promised Land. If we ever find ourselves thinking of jumping off the ship to escape the terrible storms of life, we need to recognize that the storms are harder to deal with outside the ship.

A Book We Ought To Read

As a person who prides in reading A LOT of books, I was struck by my father’s words: “You’ve been forgetting to read the Book of Mormon. It’s a book you ought to read every day.”


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Mormons.Ph15 hours ago
Yes, Mormons also have Bishops, but what exactly do they do? Find out more in this article.
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I promise that as you ponder what you study, the windows of heaven will open, and you will receive answers to your own questions and direction for your own life. I promise that as you daily immerse yourself in the Book of Mormon, you can be immunized against the evils of the day, even the gripping plague of pornography and other mind-numbing addictions. — Russell M Nelson
Mormons.Ph2 days ago
Of course there will be times when discipline needs to be meted out. Let us remember, however, the counsel found in the Doctrine and Covenants—namely, that when it is necessary for us to reprove another, we afterward show forth an increase of love. — Thomas S. Monson
Mormons.Ph2 days ago
Did you listen to Elder Gong and Elder Soares' message during the General Conference? Here are some powerful words from them.
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"Ours is not just a Sunday church. Our worship continues each day of the week, wherever we are and in whatever we do. Our homes in particular are “the primary sanctuaries of our faith.” It is most often in our homes that we pray, we bless, we study, we teach the word of God, and we serve with pure love. I can testify from personal experience that our homes are sacred places where the Spirit can abound—as much as, and sometimes even more than, in our formal places of worship." — Bishop Gérald Caussé
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