It was my voice that first proved I was alive. So I will use it until I am no longer. Continue reading It was my voice that first proved I was alive, and I will use it until I am no longer.
Excommunication was a big deal in early churches history (back when they used to burn witches at the stake and kill people for Christianity’s sake); but today, most Christian churches recognize that Jesus’ Atonement is enough to forgive the standard no-no’s. Even Mormons have decided that excommunication is an extreme thing to do. With some exceptions of course. Continue reading Excommunication
ALL of the recorded miracles Jesus performed when He was here in divine/human form was done in the presence of the least of these (Matt 25:40). He never performed them to the Religious leaders, the privileged, the powerful. He performed His miracles and shared His Gospel in front of the most vulnerable, least powerful, least privileged, most oppressed. He valued the women, the children–the outcast and discarded peoples of society. The ones that were seen and not heard, the servants, not the served–the homeless and the nameless sent to the outskirts of their communities by the societies that oppressed and bore them. Continue reading Children are THAT important
Our son went to YM for the first time this week. His first lesson was on chastity. 😳 Continue reading I went to Church last Sunday.
If one or two of the doctrines go against our consciences, is our only option to leave our culture and our belief system and be horribly ostracized? Continue reading Focus
I’ve always had issues with the temple recommend questions. The whole process feels invasive and weird to me. Continue reading Re: What I’m Thinking When I Answer the Temple Recommend Questions.
EQUALITY IS NOT A FEELING. It’s 2018. It should be a reality. Continue reading Backwards and in High Heels