Frequently Asked Questions

Do Mormons Believe in Jesus?

YesWe believe in God, the Eternal Father, and in His Son, Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Ghost.

Are Mormons Christians?

Yes, we believe in Christ we worship Christ we put Jesus Christ in the center of our lives and that what makes us Christians.

​Do Mormons Believe in the Bible?

​Yes, We believe the Bible to be the word of God as far as it is translated correctly; we also believe the Book of Mormon to be the word of God.

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The Story Behind Elder Hales and his Black Tie with White Polka Dots

The child waited for the next General Conference and then Elder Hale’s stood up again at the conference he felt delighted when the apostle wore the same neck tie as his.

He waited again for the next conference. But in April 2011 Elder Hales did not speak. To cheer the apostle up, Jason wrote a letter where the photo of the two of them was attached. 

In response to the letter, Elder Hales wrote Jason saying:

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The Impact of Domestic Violence on Children

What is Domestic Violence? Domestic violence refers to physical and mental harm to an intimate partner or spouse. Anyone can be a victim of domestic abuse, irrespective of gender, age, and ethnicity. While the signs of physical abuse are usually evident through bodily...

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The Lifelong Effects of Divorce on Children

The separation between the two spouses, visits to a divorce attorney and claiming child custody is definitely not a pleasant experience. Many spouses question themselves in the development of these events whether they should stay together for their children? While...

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Inspirational Messages

If you listen with the Spirit, your heart will be softened, your faith strengthened, and your capacity to love the Lord increased.

Henry B. Eyring

The proud depend upon the world to tell them whether they have value or not. Their self-esteem is determined by where they are judged to be on the ladders of worldly success. They feel worthwhile as individuals if the numbers beneath them in achievement, talent, beauty, or intellect are large enough. Pride is ugly. It says, If you succeed, I am a failure.

Ezra Taft Benson

In today’s world, no matter our circumstances, it is essential that our preeminent identity is as a child of God.

Donald L. Hallstrom

The experience of same-sex attraction is a complex reality for many people. The attraction itself is not a sin, but acting on it is. Even though individuals do not choose to have such attractions, they do choose how to respond to them. With love and understanding, the Church reaches out to all God’s children, including our gay and lesbian brothers and sisters.

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Answering Questions of Members, Investigators, and Non – Members of the Church

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