Within the hearts of some members of the LDS Church, (Mormon), there is a separation of their opinions and activities from the Word of God.
If you opted NOT to vote for Mitt Romney in 2012 because he’s Mormon, or was too “moderate” as the governor of Massachusetts, I want to ask you if you are now prepared to set aside your prejudices and unite with various factions of the Republican Party in order to win the White House in 2016?
Though bad things have always happened, indications are that new and more intense threats now face Americans, and we would all be wise to prioritize our personal security through a plan of home and family preparedness.
When you were in my class you sometimes wore blue jeans underneath your dress. Do you remember why I eventually went to your mom and had to ask her not to let you wear blue jeans underneath your dress? Margie, on the days you wore blue jeans under your dress you would beat up the boys on the playground and get in trouble.
Any church which chooses to silence its message of real repentance stands for little, and probably won’t stand for long.
The model of preparedness, which I call The Concentric Rings of Security, places the power of personal safety and survival with the individual.
WE CALL UPON responsible citizens and officers of government everywhere to promote those measures designed to maintain and strengthen the family as the fundamental unit of society
To know that God’s Heaven is not people with those whose lives were lived in perfect ease, or perfected bodies, or perfection of circumstance, but rather those who spent their lives following the perfect Light of the Son.
I’m a bad gardener. My most prized vegetables have been a tomato that looked like Richard Nixon, a bell pepper that looked like Jimmy Durante, and a carrot that looked like a turnip.
Although this website is not mainstream, it has been very effective, not unlike the mainstream media, in selling the notion that to fulfill Christ’s commandment to “love one another,” the Mormon Church and its individual members MUST fully accept, affirm, and support homosexuals, bisexuals, and those with sexual identity problems, as members of the church with full fellowship and rights. Beyond that, “Mormons for Equality” and associated groups lobby state governments to eliminate the definition of marriage as between one man and one woman to include homosexuals and their rainbow of sexual arrangements.