Thinking about religion from a guy that just happens to be a Mormon (LDS)
Thinking about religion from a guy that just happens to be a Mormon (LDS)
Exerpt from my Study of the Book of Mormon and other scriptures- mixed with the life experiences of the 30 something mormon mom.
Personal Change in the Gospel of Jesus Christ
One man working to make personal change through the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Teachings from the Book of Mormon
A blog dedicated to the study and discussion of the Book of Mormon
The things of my soul…
My intent is simply to write down my ideas in a way that will preserve them, and I put it out there to the world in the minute chance that someone will read them and perhaps find interest in the Gospel or maybe see something they didn’t before.
Just thoughts, experiences, quotes, videos, and pictures about LDS Doctrine and Life.
“Mothers are primarily responsible for the nurture of their children.”
Nurturing mothers as we nurture our children.
I am a recent graduate with a Master’s of Public Administration from the Monterey Institute of International Studies in California. Married to Emily in 2007. Returned missionary from the Russia Novosibirsk Mission 2002-2004. Currently serving in the US Peace Corps in Romania, working in the Democracy/Development sector. Pursuing a career in International Development.
This Week At Church
My notes from church this week.
The Things of My Soul
2 Nephi 25:26: We talk of Christ . . . and we write according to our (understanding), that our children (and friends) may know to what source they may look for a remission of their sins.
A Mormon mothers’ notes about her faith, beliefs and religion.
The Seer Stone
Apologia and random thoughts by amateur LDS apologists
Sharing scripture insights, discussion, expansion, and so on.
When Prophets Walked The Earth
My personal interpretation and testimony along with experiences. My response to the encouragement of Elder M. Rusell Ballard to “Join the Conversation” and share the gospel online.
An ideal resource of LDS links and websites. Many reviews of LDS websites, products, and services.
Every Good Thing
Personal blog of Kevin Crenshaw, focusing on LDS theology, science and religion, family history, family issues, and supporting technology. Includes new talks, reviews, essays, and discussions.
All About Mormons
learn the truth about the mormons…
Mormon Neighbor Blog
This is a personal religious blog by me. The inspiration was President Eyring’s encouragement to begin a journal about being thankful. I decided to begin doing that here. I also realized I have tons of great notes that I have taken with personal insights that I have never done anything with. It’s my hope to be more diligent at recording those things for my children and others I care about.
The Faithful Dissident
A place for Mormons to discuss those burning questions that keep us up at night.
Mormon Women: Who We Are
- A library of links to talks, articles, music and other resources (Let us know your favorites!)
- “Sharing Our Voices” section, where people can share their positive thoughts, feelings and experiences with others (Come share your voice!)
- Doctrinal summaries and essays
- Frequently Asked Questions — let us know what you want to know!
Blacklds.org is about anything related to LDS black history or culture
O le Fetu Taiala
This is a blog written in Samoan to help spread the Gospel message.
Combining both the nickname of the Church (meaning “more good”) and opia (either a cornucopia or utopia), Mormonopia will have a variety of things posted. Whether it is observational or inspirational, I hope to share it.
I talk about stuff that can get you into trouble at Sunday School, and try to ask thought provoking questions, which are probably not “orthodox” points of view. However I am very strong in the church, and enjoy being an active member.
A personal view of Mormon theology from a life-long member of the LDS Church…
Clean Cut (with a Coke)
Whatever I am…Trying to be a good one
To further members and non-members knowledge, faith, understanding and love for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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
musica,libros.videos,mensajes,citas,discurso,chat,buscadores, de todo par los SUD/LDS que les gusta saber.
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
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
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.
Mormon’s Rock is a blog by a young mommy and a convert to the church.
A place to share beliefs and share ideas
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.
for positive building of a relationship between us, Jesus Christ and our Heavenly Father.
Sixteen Small Stones
J. Max Wilson writes about a wide range of topics including Literature, History, Politics, Religion, Culture, Technology, LDS Technology, and Puppetry.
A young father’s thoughts about life, family, and religion.
The Journal Of A Black Mormon Girl
Black. Mormon. Girl. Here I will share my thoughts and beliefs about the spiritual chapter of my life. I will write of the things we do as a peculiar people as well as the experiences of being a Member of the Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints. I want to the world to know that I am not ashamed of that which guides me to be a better person and that which leads me to Christ. It’s a great journey, I hope you’ll enjoy the view from your seat
A discussion of Mormonism, the Temple, Mormon Mysticism, Jewish Mysticism, and the meaning of life.
Hieing to Kolob
I thought Vernal, Utah was conservative and stifling. Now I’m off to Saudi Arabia to experience life behind the veil. How will my life change? Keep visiting me and see!
Mormon brothers blog about church (and food) under Yiddish pseudonyms
Rough Stone Rolling
Converting Oneself One Day at a Time
Day of Praise
A celebration of Praise, Worship and Gratitude “…..SHOUT ALOUD FOR JOY.” (D&C 109:80) Alleluia !!!! I will make today A Day of Praise, Lift my voice and sing Your name, For the glory of heaven, The mercy of Your ways, I will make today A Day of Praise, I will make today A Day of Praise!
We Testify Of Christ
Jesus said, “Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.”
What do the Mormons believe about Jesus Christ?
News, academic events and issues regarding Mormonism.
Adventures in Mormonism
Correcting the incorrigible
Unofficial and unauthoritative opinion on LDS, Latter-Day Saint, or Mormon Doctrine concerning the Atonement of Jesus Christ, the Plan of Salvation, the Apostasy and Restoration, and Priesthood Authority.
Those in favor of giving the Mormon girl a soapbox, make it manifest by the upraising of the right hand.
(Any opposed by the Back button.)
In this blog, I share my personal gospel study and other items that may be of interest to friends and members of the LDS Church
Small and Simple
An LDS Blog with Casual Observations about Mormon Doctrine and Culture
The Iron Rod
Doctrine in the tradition of Thomas S. Monson, Joseph Fielding Smith, and Bruce R. McConkie
“I’m the great-great-great-grandson of a Mormon apostle who had more than 40 wives. I served an LDS mission in Melbourne, Australia, and worked as an editor at the LDS Churchâ€™s official Ensign magazine. A graduate of Emerson College and Brigham Young University, I cofounded and edited the Mormon literary magazine Irreantum and the satirical Mormon newspaper The Sugar Beet. I’m the coauthor of Mormonism for Dummies, and I’m working on a memoir and a novel. A Hodgkinâ€™s disease survivor and the oldest of ten siblings, I live with my wife and four children in Provo, Utah.”
“Latter-day Saints strive to combine faith with reason. In this blog we collect our thoughts and preserve them so that we can more easily re-find the things that stimulated us in the past.”
New Cool Thang
“It may or may not actually be cool, but it is a mess o’ Mormon Musings and whatnot by yer ol’ pal, GFJ”
ABEV: a bird’s eye view
An overly eclectic, likely inconsequent[ial], and blatantly fo[w]l blog on life, family, literature, law, and religion.
Discussions of Mormons and Mormon life, Book of Mormon issues and evidences, and other Latter-day Saint topics.