It doesn't matter if you're on Twitter or not, these relatable #MormonProbs tweets will have you rolling with laughter. And don't forget to look at our last #MormonProbs article.
Members everywhere are sharing the gospel online through social media. By creating Mormon.org profiles, sharing uplifting General Gonference quotes and interacting on social media, members of the Church are rising to the challenge to let thier light so shine.
You may have visited Temple Square, but did you really see it all? We found a few gems of hidden history that will surprise you.
Deseret Book just released a brand new line of ties for missionaries, and it got us thinking: how many ways are there to tie a tie? Turns out there's quite a few! Check out these really snazzy tie knots!
Sometimes it's easy to fall into repeating the same phrases in our prayers over and over again, but when we start praying on auto-pilot, do we really mean it anymore?
Have you heard this prayer before?
"Heavenly Father, we thank thee for this day, and thank thee for the moisture we have received. Please bless the refreshments, that they will nourish and strengthen our bodies..."
We have. At least once a week.
Don't get us wrong--any prayer is better than no prayer. And sometimes just getting through it is something to be celebrated. It's also important to remember that these are great things to be praying for! But when a prayer becomes an automatic exercise filled with stock phrases without any meaning behind them, that's when we run into trouble.
Considering that the Lord counseled us not to use vain repetitions in prayers, here are 7 clichéd phrases from LDS prayers we may want to think about before saying:
As religious leaders and scientific studies warn of how destructive pornography is, society looks the other way. Why does public opinion judge petty offenses like littering more harshly than pornography consumption?
Have you heard this statement (or one like it)?
“It’s not until porn impacts [someone's] personal life or sex drive that you should be concerned.”
The same article this comes from, which was posted on Cosmo "The Online Women's Magazine," also went on to say we should feel "OK" if our significant others watching pornography "regularly." (Read the full article at your own risk.)
Pornography is addictive. Whether you're religious or not, there's no arguing about it. Study after study after study show that it upsets the chemical balance in the brain in ways similar to other highly-addictive drugs (think like cocaine).