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The writers of this blog are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. We do not represent the Church as a whole and so our posts will represent our own personal feelings, experiences, and opinions. We are grateful for the chance to share some of our insights as Christians. We welcome comments from members of the Church about our postings. We also welcome questions from readers that are not of our faith. We will not argue doctrinal points, but will to the best of our ability answer honest questions from those wanting to understand our beliefs.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Mormon's Seek to Be Understood

With all of the mud slinging that has gone on since the past elections and as person after person, vandal after vandal, and bigot after bigot has attacked The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints for its support of Proposition 8 in California, church leaders have sought once again to reach out and dispel misconceptions concerning Church doctrine and practice. This was an interview invited by Church leadership between ABC News and Elders Ballard and Cook. While to me it appears like the comments made by the Apostles were edited to pieces, overall it was a pretty decent interview. Here is a link to that Interview.


Bradpetehoops said...

I love being LDS!

Jean Pratt said...

I've been blessed to come from a Mormon family. Three of my Grandparents were Dutch and one from way back in New England and England. I have always known that God, our Father in Heaven, lives and loves us. He has helped me and my family many, many times.

I know that Jesus Christ is my/our Savior and without Him, nothing good is possible. Not all in our extended family have remained faithful, or even Mormon. I do not understand that, but I do love them and hope that they will return.

There is nothing forced in this church. It is based on freedom of choice. It is up to the individual to make those choices.

Louisigi said...

hi, umm im not really sure what i want say here, i just saw your blog and i like what youre doing
im catholic myself - or at least christian, im a little unsure of myself - and i do enjoy seeing people who love their faith even tho its not my own and hearing what they have to say for themselves
but my point is i guess i just like that youre telling me about you without me having to go to any trouble to ask
im learning in my natural environment
so thank you