LDS (Mormon) Temples: Refuge from the Storm

LDS (Mormon) Temples: Refuge from the Storm

As a young single adult member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-ay Saints (inadvertently called by friends of other faiths The Mormon Church), I benefit regularly from worship in the Lord’s House, his holy temples. At many times in my life, the winds of discouragement, distress, and grief have blown. However, this is not unique to my life alone. This is common for all who travel the road of life. There is a place where we can find refuge from the storms of life, even a safe haven. A place where the love, peace, and light of Christ fill the soul. This is a place where we can find guidance and direction; where hope and joy can be found even in the darkness and sorrow of the world. This place to me is Heaven on Earth....

Two Hearts That Beat As One: Mormon Weddings

Two Hearts That Beat As One: Mormon Weddings

Keith L. Brown is a  member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and serves as the Ward Mission Leader in the Annapolis, Maryland Ward. Does Love End? Mormons Believe in Eternal Relationships (See Mormon Weddings) On Friday, 5 July 1957, a man and a woman were joined together in Holy Matrimony, according to civil law, until death does part. But this is only where the story begins.  What follows is a glimpse into one part of my family history, and the fairy tale ending in which the family was bound together in holy temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (errantly called The Mormon Church) in a sacred Mormon wedding. Back to the family story: He was 22 year old John Wallace Brown, the son of...

Mormon Marriage: About Eternal Love

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Inspiration Through Mormon Temple Worship

Inspiration Through Mormon Temple Worship

By Kimberly DeGroff Madsen, a public diplomacy consultant specializing in Eastern Europe and Faith Diplomacy, doctoral candidate, and full-time LDS (“Mormon”) mom. It has been said that “The temple is a place of revelation, of inspiration, meditation, and peace—a place to restore ourselves, to clear our minds, to find answers to our prayers, and to enjoy the satisfaction of worship and service” (David E. Sorensen, The Doctrine of Temple Work, Liahona, August, 2002). These blessings became clear to me when my husband, Tyler, and I went to the temple in Raleigh, North Carolina.  I was six months pregnant, and Tyler was just starting his second semester at a top ten law school.  He had been doing well in his...

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