Stand a Little Taller with Resilient and Bold Faith

We stand a little taller against the growing wave of immorality. We stand a little taller in the spirit of truth and light that is Jesus Christ. We stand with bold and resilient faith and courage to be the light by which those truly seeking refuge and sanctuary are able to come into the fold of God’s kingdom. Each one of us, through our faith and commitment to the Gospel Principles established, are able to speak wisdom into those with broken hearts. We are called to serve and minister to those in need. Just as Christ served and ministered to the lowly and broken.

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Trust in Christ for a Useful Spiritual Life

He that followeth me, walketh not in darkness  ~ 1 John 8:12, KJV ~ Read: Genesis 1-2:25; Psalm 1:1-6; Proverbs 1:1-7; and Matthew 1:1-25 These are the words of Christ, by which we are admonished , how we ought to imitate His life and manners, if we will be truly enlightened, and be delivered from…

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The Just Shall Live By Faith – Responding to Mark Cares of TILM

Cares attempts to question the April 2017 First Presidency Message by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf. This message titled – The Just Shall Live by Faith. In such an attempt to bring into question the heart and spirit of the message Uchtdorf provided: Cares sidesteps and makes false accusations and conclusions. In other words – Mark Cares article is just another example of how modern Evangelical Christians attempt to twist messages and scriptures in order to “Witness” to Mormons and bring them unto Christ.

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Crossing the bridge into immortality and eternal life

There is an old railway bridge outside of Shelton, Washington called the Vance Creek Viaduct. It is the highest railway bridge structure in North America. Built in 1929, it served as part of the rail system for the Simpson Timber Company. The bridge is about 450 feet in height and approximately 800 feet in length….

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Mormonism and the Christianity Police

This comes from the patheos blog Peculiar People and the article is titled: Mormonism and the Christianity Police by Taylor Petrey. Petrey begins with the reality that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is continually criticized and the members informed that they are not Christians: If one were to rank the issues about which the Church of…

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