James Strang is barely known to most Latter-day Saints, a new book, “The King of Confidence” goes into the rise and fall of this self-proclaimed monarch.
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Noted Latter-day Saint historian Russell Stevenson sits down to talk Brigham Young and racism, modern-day LDS racism, and what we can do to be better.
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In the works for three years, the first season of Book of Mormon Videos will start in September.
For those like me who are looking for some additional FREE resources to help in their Come Follow Me study, look no further, I’ve got a couple for you.
The first chapter of the next volume of a history of the Church’s people is now available online.
[dropcap]I[/dropcap]n an attempt to “simplify” the process of printing scriptures, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced a reduction in the available
Will Salt Lake finally put the debate to rest?
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Genesis 37-39—After being enslaved by the Egyptians, Joseph goes on to thrive as a leader of slaves. But Potiphar’s wife has different ideas. What do we learn about evading temptation from this episode?
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Abraham experiences miracles as the once-barren Sarah bears Isaac, but years later, the Lord commands Abraham to do something unfathomable – sacrifice the recipient of the birthright, the one through whom the covenant would continue.
Genesis 13, 14, 18—Abraham settles in Canaan, pays tithes to Melchizedek, and his nephew, Lot, needs to get the heck out of Dodge before the Lord destroys Sodom and Gomorrah.
Moses 8; Genesis 6-7 Let’s talk about Noah’s ark and the flood. Was it real? Does that matter? What does the story of the ark
How does foreordination work? Is it guaranteed? What do we learn about foreordination from Abraham and Joseph Smith?
Welcome to a new year of Gospel Doctrine study! It’s Old Testament time. How are we God’s work and glory?
In the year’s final lesson, we reflect on what it means to be a Zion people and what remains to achieve that.
Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS is here to talk about the wonders of the family. But why are families so important to God’s plan?
Revelation is not restricted solely to the restoration era. This lesson deals with prophetic examples from the 20th and 21st centuries. Also, Correlation!
Missionary work is the dream! So let’s talk about it in ways that aren’t cliche.
Dustin Homer joins us for a discussion on temple work. What can you do to get more engaged in this work? Why is having a current temple recommend important?
D&C 2; 110; 138—What does it actually mean to have the hearts of the children turn to their fathers? How can you be better at family history work?
Why do we need a prophet? Are prophets perfect? Was Joseph Smith perfect? In this lesson we will get into the ins and outs of latter-day prophets.
The LDS Church now holds the earliest copies of manuscripts used for the translation and printing of the Book of Mormon.
The Saints begin settling the Salt Lake Valley, including the construction of the Salt Lake Temple. What lessons do you learn from these pioneers?
D&C 107—The death of Joseph Smith results in a succession crisis, with various parties vying for the mantle to lead the Church. Where would you have fallen?
D&C 131; 132—Join us for a discussion on the doctrine of eternal marriage. How do we prepare for eternal marriage? How do we discuss this with single folk?
D&C 4; 124;127; 128—This week we are focusing on ordinances on behalf of the dead as performed in LDS temples. How have temple ordinances blessed you?
D&C 124; 126—The Saints flee to Nauvoo, Illinois and build the Church there. The Relief Society is organized. Temple ordinances occur for the first time.
D&C 121, 122—What can we learn about adversity from Joseph Smith’s experiences in Liberty Jail?
D&C 101; 103; 105—More about the early saints’ efforts to establish Zion in Missouri, including the many trials they went through, even Zion’s camp.