Author: John Huntinghouse

Most Hilarious Tweets and Memes from General Conference 2019

I hope someone talks about the Word of Wisdom while we have these salad bar vibes going on. #GeneralConference pic.twitter.com/vmarJUL7du — Amanda Meldau (@amandameldau) April 6, 2019 Elder Stevenson brining in quotes from professional athletes is a great way to get the attention from the Aaronic priesthood holders. Also the High Priests who still remember when they used to be able to play sports and still wish they could and some who still think they can. — Stake Clerk, The (@TheStakeClerk) April 7, 2019 My new meaning for K.I.S.S. Is: KeepItSpirituallySimple Thank you #PresBallard #GeneralConference #TwitterStake — Leading Saints...

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Church Updates Policy on Baptizing Children of Parents Who Identify Themselves as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender

The Church Newsroom just released the following statement from the leadership session of General Conference: “At the direction of the First Presidency, President Oaks shared that effective immediately, children of parents who identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender may be baptized without First Presidency approval if the custodial parents give permission for the baptism and understand both the doctrine that a baptized child will be taught and the covenants he or she will be expected to make. A nonmember parent or parents (including LGBT parents) can request that their baby be blessed by a worthy Melchizedek Priesthood...

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Church Releases Data for the First Time Ever on Gospel Library Usage

For the first in its history, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has released internal data showing usage of the Gospel Library app the results are not all that surprising. The chart above seems to indicate that the majority of the church members don’t use the app except for Sundays. One ward council member stated that he runs into significant problems during ward council trying to open the Gospel Library app because he never opened it during the week and now has to wait as the entire council is trying to download the latest updates at the...

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First Presidency Releases Statement Concerning Changes Being Made To Some Temple Ordinances

First Presidency Releases Statement Concerning Changes Being Made To Some Temple Ordinances The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has issued the following statement: “Whenever the Lord has had a people on the earth who will obey His word, they have been commanded to build temples. Scriptures document patterns of temple worship from the times of Adam and Eve, Moses, Solomon, Nephi, and others. With the restoration of the gospel in these latter days, temple worship has also been restored to bless the lives of people across the world and on the other side...

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Sister Missionaries Worldwide Can Now Wear Dress Slacks

From Mormon Newsroom: Sister missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in all 407 missions around the world now have the option to wear dress slacks. The adjustment to dress standards, which takes effect immediately, was approved by the First Presidency and is primarily motivated by safety concerns, said Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and chairman of the Missionary Executive Council. “Adjustment to the missionary dress and grooming standards have changed over time since the beginning of the Restoration of the gospel of Jesus Christ in 1830 and...

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