Welcome to Meet Mormon Missionaries
Chances are if you live in one of the 165 countries where Mormons live, work, and raise their families, you have met a Mormon. This person could be a coworker, a neighbor, a relative, or a friend. Perhaps the only Mormons you have met were the Mormon missionaries, those distinctive, well-groomed pairs of young men and women who devote up to two years of their life knocking on doors, preaching on street corners, and searching for the honest in heart with whom they can share their message.
If you have met some Mormon missionaries, they may have taught you or a family member about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, commonly called the Mormon Church. You may have questions about Joseph Smith seeing God the Father and His Son Jesus Christ in the modern day seemed outlandish to you, or perhaps you have heard rumors that Mormons practice polygamy or worship a different Jesus. This website is devoted to helping you find out the truth about Mormonism and prepare yourself to convert to the Church of Jesus Christ.
Mormon Church Teachings
Mormon Missionaries Teach
What Will the Mormon Missionaries Teach Me?
When the Mormon Missionaries come into your home, they will want to teach you about their beliefs and invite you to learn more about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. They will eventually invite you attend Mormon Church services with them and be baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. ... [Read more on this topic]
The Gospel of Jesus Christ: What does Jesus expect of us?
Lesson 4: The Gospel of Jesus Christ: What does Jesus expect of us?
Justice – Justice is a law of God that requires consequences for actions.
Mercy – The spirit of compassion, tenderness, and forgiveness. Jesus Christ offers mercy to us through His atoning sacrifice on conditions of repentance.
Grace... [Read more on this topic]
Repentance in Mormonism
Repentance is a wonderful gift from a loving Heavenly Father. Mormons believe that repentance should be viewed in a positive light as an opportunity to improve. The root of the word repentance in both Hebrew and Greek refers to a turning from sin toward God and a change of heart. Repentance is not synonymous with penance,... [Read more on this topic]
Mormon Prayer and Fasting
What is prayer?
Our God, though all powerful and all knowing, the creator of all things, is also a personal God, who knows each of His children intimately and cares for their welfare. He desires us to approach Him in personal prayer and promises that those prayers are always heard and answered.
Prayer is perhaps the most... [Read more on this topic]
Primary in the Mormon Church
The Primary program of the Mormon Church is the Church’s program for children from ages 4 through 11. For children over 18 months and under 4 years old, the Church provides nurseries for members during Sunday School and Relief Society meetings so that members can focus on the gospel. The Primary program has Sunday... [Read more on this topic]
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