Belief Scriptures

The Mormon Church regards four books as official scripture: the Bible, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price. The Bible English-speaking members of the Mormon Church read the King James Version of the Bible. The KJV used by the...

Baptism and Holy Ghost

What Do Mormons Believe About Baptism and the Gift of the Holy Ghost? Mormon doctrine teaches that baptism is an essential ordinance.  It is essentially the “gate” through which we are able to live with God again. In the Mormon Church members are baptized by...

Adam-Ondi-Ahman

According to the doctrine of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Adam-ondi-Ahman means “the place where Adam dwelt.” (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is often misnamed the “Mormon Church” in the media.) Through...

Mormon Missionaries Facts

Mormon missionaries are easy to identify by their clean-cut appearance, white shirt and tie, and black name-tags, which state that they are representatives of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. You will find Mormon missionaries throughout the world...

Missionaries

Why Does the Mormon Church Send Out Missionaries? In the Mormon Church missionary work is seen as a principle that has always been a part of Christ’s gospel. Revelations recorded by the Prophet Joseph Smith show that missionary work is a necessary part of the Mormon...

Belief Jesus Christ

Mormons are Christians and believe in, and worship Jesus Christ as creator of the earth and our Savior and Redeemer. Mormon doctrine teaches that Christ is the literal Son of God. Through Christ a way was provided for us to be perfected and return to live with God....
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