While some conversations have audiences in the thousands or even millions, most are much, much smaller. But all conversations have an impact on those who participate in them. Perceptions of the Church are established one conversation at a time.
Mormons from the right and left discuss political issues
Mullings and Musings
My mullings and musings about the mundane and the marvelous (especially the “marvelous work and a wonder” that is the center of my life)
To further members and non-members knowledge, faith, understanding and love for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Books. Shoes. Music. The Web. What else is there? I am a middle-aged, middle-class writer, reader, wife and mother languishing in the Great American West. I have spent several years lurking online, but I’m ready to join the conversation. I just hope I have something to say. Look for posts on books, American culture, thrift shops, shoes, family, politics, religion and maybe even the occasional rant.
The Liberty Letters
Daily quotes from the Founding Fathers and other great thinkers on the principles of liberty with commentary from NewsMax.com columnist Steve Farrell. Additionally, legislative alerts, and social commentary from Steve and his contributors.
So Great a Cause
A convert’s perspective
Mormon news aggregator
The command “Be ye perfect” is not idealistic gas. Nor is it a command to do the impossible…If we let Him–for we can prevent Him, if we choose–He will make the feeblest and filthiest of us into a god or goddess…The process will be long and in parts very painful; but that is what we are in for. Nothing less. He meant what He said. – C.S. Lewis, “Beyond Personality”
Overheard in the DC 2nd Ward
A unassociated subsidiary of the ONION—America’s Finest News Source
Micah Elggren 360°
the ins, outs, ups, and downs of micah wayne elggren
Temple Study – Sustaining and Defending the LDS (Mormon) Temple
Ancient patterns, practices, rites, and texts that relate to and support the authenticity of the LDS temple.
A blog inspired by and dedicated to the exemplary LDS (Mormon) scholar Dr. Hugh Nibley, whose landmark temple studies have strengthened the faith of many. Here we discuss ancient patterns, history, traditions, cultures, comparative studies, doctrines, practices, rituals, rites, ceremonies, ordinances, religions, and texts as they relate to and support the authenticity of the LDS temple and its practice today.
The Book of Mormon Project
Provides free book of mormon e-books in 3 formats, PDF, HTML, and executable for everyone to view offline. Also there are Book of Mormon Pics and an LDS Library available. This is my missionary effort to send out as many Book of Mormons as I can electronically. I hope to reach people who we would not be able to contact for one reason or the other.
The blog following the mission of Elder Tanner Williamson
I tribute two events: a son leaving on a mission and following the prophets counsel to read the book of mormon by the end of the year (2005)to be the inspiration behind my poetry/ songwriting. Most of which are based on talks by General Authorities.
Analytical Insights on Political and Social Issues
Grace for Grace
Developing spirituality line upon line
The messages on the site are insights from scripture study, church, and contact with members from other faiths. As a ward missionary, I use this blog to help provide spiritual growth to not only myself and my friends, but to members of other faiths as well.
My Clean Book Reviews
It’s fairly easy to find lists of clean books. But what if you want to know if a specific book is clean and you can’t find it on any website? Does that mean the book isn’t clean, or does it just mean that the book hasn’t been reviewed by that site? On this blog we will review everything we read and add a content review to the rating. So if you want to know if a book is clean, we will write what, if anything, the book contains. And if you happen to like reading the other stuff, then you’ll also know which books are right for you.
Other blogs have clean books on their website, but we review everything we read and include a content rating so readers know exactly what to expect from each book.
What do Mormons believe?
“We believe in being honest, true, chaste, benevolent, virtuous, and in doing good to all men.” -J. Smith
Sons of Alma
And now it came to pass that the sons of Alma did go forth among the people, to declare the word unto them. And Alma, also, himself, could not rest, and he also went forth. Now we shall say no more concerning their preaching, except that they preached the word, and the truth, according to the spirit of prophecy and revelation; and they preached after the holy order of God by which they were called (Alma 43: 1-2). The day to day ponderings and thoughts of a Mormon convert from Hawaii.
The Offical Web log of Ensign Technologies LLC
This is the offical blog of Ensign Technologies LLC. I a a small business technology consultant. This blog will feature articles about business and technology, web design, networking, general business practices, online marketing, social media, etc.
Supporting LDS fiction and LDS authors
Listing of new releases of LDS fiction with promo blurbs and links. Blog readers are encouraged to comment on and to rate the individual books.
My Mustard Seed
The Joy and Challenges of Gospel-centered Living in the 21st century
A blog about my technology interests, my family, and whatever else I run across
From Where I Sit
The thoughts of a Mormon mother and author on LDS thought, writing, publishing, life and simply staying sane, especially in finding balance between what we know we should do and what we want to do.
My Beliefs, Minhas Crenças, Quello in cui credo, Mis Creencias, Mein Glaube
It is about the Mormon Church and it is in several languages
My Mormon Third Eye
When I politely excused myself in the middle of dinner to make a bathroom stop, how did Mom know that I had uneaten peas in my pocket to flush down the toilet? When I came home late from a youth dance and slid quietly into bed to avoid waking parental units, how did Dad know, without looking at the car, that I smashed in the front bumper? When I watch my daughter play a video game, how do I know that she’s not ready for her Geometry final?
Its the Third Eye. The notorious eye in the back of the head, the extra view of life that God blesses parents striving to do the right thing so they can see more of life than the children they chase after.
So… for those of you bold and bored enough to read this far, every so often I’ll be sharing here what my Mormon third eye sees. Third eyes are relatively huge; they see the humorous, the entertaining, the embarrassing, the beautiful, the inspirational, and even the moral and political; however, they tend to ignore the evil, depressing and destructive: there is enough of that in world already!
One Latter-Day Saint’s View
A place for my lessons, talks, and other musings on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Our Future Rooted in Our Past
I developed this blog to assist the Family History Consultants in our Area to find free resources for genealogical research. The blog reviews various genealogical websites many containing access to free databases.
Green Mormon Architect
Persuasion to help ‘green’ the Church
musica,libros.videos,mensajes,citas,discurso,chat,buscadores, de todo par los SUD/LDS que les gusta saber.
Promoting the appropriate use of the Web to spread information about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. By Larry Richman, the Director of Internet Coordination for the Church.
Quilts With Love
I’m a quilter who would like to be in touch with other LDS quilters.
Defending the history, doctrines, practices, and leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Weightier Matters of the Law
Woe unto you…for ye…have omitted the weightier matters of the law, judgment, mercy, and faith: these ought ye to have done, and not to leave the other undone. – Matthew 23:23
International Geopolitical Advisory
From Basque terrorism to crime in São Paulo, world affairs shape the way we live and do business. For example, political changes in East Asia can have a significant influence in places like Las Vegas, Dubai, and Sydney. I invite you to bookmark this blog and take advantage of the information provided in this new blog. Please cite the author and blog when using information. Thank you for visiting!
Who are the Mormons?
This blog is a discussion of Mormons and the LDS Church in Public Life. From Mitt Romney to Saints in Hollywood, there is a lot to cover, including Church PR stuff.
The Posts of My House
“And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart: And thou shalt teach them dilligently to thy children, and shall talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way… And thou shalt write them on the posts of thy house, and on thy gates.” ~Deuteronomy 6:6-9
Church Lady Blues
Women to Women Opression
The Standard of Liberty
Sharing my LDS experience and Linux knowledge.
This blog is dedicated to exploring sustainability, consumption, and environmental topics from an LDS perspective.
Waiting For Zion
The blog is meant for my personal musings as a member of the Church. Most of my posts will be on LDS topics, but I will also include posts about current news items.
Mind, Soul, and Body
A blog about my experience and observations as a pediatric neurologist, physician, and committed Latter Day Saint.
A Mormon Missionary’s Blog
This blog follows an LDS (Mormon) Missionary throughout his entire mission. From the day he submits his missionary application to the day he comes home from the mission field . This site was created to answer all the questions regarding an LDS mission and any and all questions regarding the LDS religion. This is your chance to see first hand what a Mormon Missionary experiences day to day, what they really do, and what they have to put up with. This is the place where you can ask questions regarding a mission from the one person who knows it best, the missionary.
Mormon’s Rock is a blog by a young mommy and a convert to the church.
Killbuck Creek Politics
A place to study those conservative issues that are important to you and your life…
A place to share beliefs and share ideas
Feast upon the Word Blog
A blog focused on LDS scriptures and teaching
The Sunday Interview
It was not raining when Noah built the ark. But he built it, and the rains came.
This blog focuses on educating and discussing all things related to Hispanic genealogy.
Fun and uplifting stories and events that happen in my life. Moments to make you smile and laugh while realizing that you are not the only one to have difficult moments.
Questions About Mormonism
A simple blog where anyone can ask simple questions about mormonism. I answer with my own views and beliefs, coupled with links to official church websites for more information.
“E komo mai. Nou ka hale!”
Talk Story, Dakine Haole Style!
Addressing the “strong reasons” (D&C 71:8) given by critics of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as well as presenting some “strong reasons” for the truthfulness of the LDS Church.
Internet Safety Podcast
Family safety meets cyberspace
Seek Learning even by Study and also by Faith
A collection of talks and writings of just an average member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Renee’s Genealogy Blog
Tomorrow is always another genealogy day
Thoughts on LDS
Book of Mormon commentary, and other LDS principles
The Mormons- We Believe In Christ
Website dedicated to answering and clarifying doctrines, principles, and practices as taught by the Mormon Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.