Hopefully we will be posting articles, opinions and links to articles that relate to the ancient world especially the Middle East, the Americas, Asia as well as other locales of ancient note. The scope will be anything ancient with particular emphasis on religious material and specifically the LDS view.
United Families International Blog
United Families International (UFI) is a 501(c)(3) public charity devoted to maintaining and strengthening the family as the fundamental unit of society. By strengthening the family, the basic building block of society; communities, states and nations are strengthened. UFI is not affiliated with any governments, religious organizations or political parties.
Beetle Blogger is a DNA affiliated defense of marriage blog, participating in highlighting news stories, political voices and family education on the issues of marriage and family in the national realm. We’re LDS, but privately. Many of our readers are more overtly LDS, but the purpose of Beetle Blogger is to be as wide ranging in it’s appeal as possible. In the fight for marriage, our voices need to be heard.
SOMOS MIEMBROS DE LA IGLESIA DE JESUCRISTO DE LOS SANTOS DE LOS ÚLTIMOS DÍAS, LOCALIZADOS EN STOCKTON CA.
I love to read.
Remembering what I read and whether I liked it or not is a big part of my job. Being a Teen and Children’s Librarian, many of the books I read are mostly of that genre.
I am a crazy reader, I am always reading at least 2 books at a time.
Sue’s News, Views ‘n Muse
Thoughts, opinions, and feelings on everything from family to politics to religion to slice of life and back again…most with at least a touch of humor, many with spiritual overtones, and some deadly serious.
Thoughts and feelings on the scriptures, doctrine, and moral issues.
Right On Point
Thoughts, comments and analysis about what’s going on in the world.
Orange County Mexican Restaurants
It’s about Mexican restaurants and food to be found in Orange County, CA.
This site will give you a glimpse at my view of the world. I’ll take a look and everything from politics to music, food to architecture, and everything in between.
Questioning the LDS culture
Exerpt from my Study of the Book of Mormon and other scriptures- mixed with the life experiences of the 30 something mormon mom.
The Child I Never Knew
My LDS (Latter-Day Saint) website to share experiences and to COMFORT and SUPPORT those who have LOST a baby to MISCARRIAGE, STILLBIRTH or LOSS of a PREGNANCY.Also for those who have wanted to get pregnant, but haven’t been able, or those who lost a newborn baby. No one should be left alone through these hard times.
LDS Mother of 10 – Grandmother of 20…almost
Scrap by Color
Digital scrapbook freebies and products, LDS themes included
Hollywood’s Golden Age
Basic Biographies about the stars and movies of the 1920′s-1950′s!
The LDS GrandParent Place
All About Being An LDS Grandparent and Staying Connected To Your Grandchildren… Eternally!
Both general and LDS takes on national and local (California) religious, economic, political, and legal happenings. With sports.
Recipes from family, friends, cookbooks, websites, and watching too much Food Network
My name is Jenn and I am a work-at-home mother of two that dabbles in stationary when I get the chance. I blog about the good things in life: my family, design, and moments of inspiration and enlightenment.
Mormon Girl in Russia
Experience life in Russia through the eyes of a Mormon Sister Missionary–the fun, the drama, the hardships, the spiritual highs and lows!
Answering the Critics
Briefly answers criticisms of the Church–like a simplified FARMS
This blog is to update everyone about my thoughts and life until I go on my mission. Comment and let me know what you have been doing!
I write about the challenges and joys of my life in a (hopefully) humorous way and try to demonstrate how to make the best of everything. It’s my way of “finding heaven on earth”.
The Granola Mommy
I share goals and ideas I have on reducing my family’s eco-footprint.
Personal insight, spiritual stories, and testimony
Discuss principles of liberty and how they benefit civilization.
A Well Behaved Mormon Woman
This blog is dedicated to the positive discussion of Mormonism, as well as what it means to be a women in the LDS Church today. I believe that LDS members need to have more dialogue between themselves and with others. In this way, we can share what we believe and also gain strength as we do so…
The ramblings and thoughts of a middle aged man on Politics, philosophy and other unimportant topics.
An occasionally conservative, family-oriented, japan-centric, shallow, liberal, buddhist and/or realist set of “posts” poorly reasoned by yet another Mormon lawyer from California, as if there weren’t enough of us. You may (or may not) find stuff here on LDS life, teachings, and culture, LDS life in Japan, family life, news and politics, and the law.
Kinghorn’s Called to Serve
This is the blog of one couples adventures as they serve a 2 year Humanitarian Mission in Ukraine
In The Doghouse
“Institute” instructor turned “Hubpage” author, publishing my passion, which is my testimony of Jesus Christ and His restored gospel. I love the Old Testament and am studying it and commenting on it a lot. Come, let us reason together!
Liahona Warrior Arts
Latter Day Saint Boxing and Martial Arts Instructor based in Sacramento CA. If you need a great place to train or LDS questions answered about the Martial Arts field contact Rocky Twitchell
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.
Book of Mormon Stories: Lessons for Everyday Life
Upon hearing Elder Ballard’s advice I decided to start my own blog. People turn to blogs for infromation on the subjects that interest them. The key to a sucessful blog is to keep it interesting and updated regularly. In other words you have to hook your reader and keep them hooked. Since everyone likes a good story-and there isn’t a better one than the Book of Mormon – it is my hope that my blog, Book of Mormon Stories: Lessons for Everyday Life will get people hooked the stories about Nephi, Alma, General Moroni, the Br. of Jared – and oh so many more. Of course the blog will strongliy emphasize the roll of Jesus Christ in the lives of these characters. There will be no preaching or defending of the church in the blog – just a good plot and applying the lessons therein to daily life.
Just a bunch of cyber-jibber-jabber. Oh, and a little green-jello salad too.
Groundhog Day with Celia Fae
Musings of a Mormon Housewife who wonders if the groundhog is ever going to see his shadow.
Great eats from an amazing LDS cook.
Blacklds.org is about anything related to LDS black history or culture
The 9th Ward
A humorously offbeat glimpse into the LDS world; Mormon life unplugged.
New LDS themed comic stips and gags created by Rick and Ryan Goldsberry. Updated with new jokes weekly.
I cook it. You drool.
Latter Daily Saint Insights
Every day after I read the scriptures, I blog about what insights I have, what I’ve learned, or principles I have gained.
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.
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.
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
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
LDS & Evangelical Conversations
A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
This site is dedicated to the developing magical system of the author, and to his musings on magical practice and philosophy from a variety of sources, both in general and within a Latter-day Saint framework.
a mother and her camera and the things she sees through the lens
Discussing LDS (Mormon) Theology and Culture
News and political information for LDS in a political vein. Or artery.
In which news, politics and religion are mixed – a potentially volatile combination
Rough Stone Rolling
Converting Oneself One Day at a Time
The Radical Mormon
A radical Mormonâ€™s view of the world
“Brigham Young University sports. . . and other matters of cosmic significance.”
Node of Evil
Sanity in International Relations
Just and Holy Principles
“…the laws and constitution of the people…I have suffered to be established, and should be maintained for the rights and protection of all flesh, according to just and holy principles.” (D&C 101:77)
My So Called Perfect Life
I’m a Mommy to my Husband, my Dog and 4 cuties under 5 with a house to clean, parties to plan, crafty projects to prepare and 6 lives to keep organized…and I love every chaotic moment of it.