LDS Marriages

LDS Marriages

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints do not practice polygamy today. Their marriages are very traditional, one man and one woman, with the man presiding in love with a wife who is his equal partner in managing the family. Duality of Roles When...
The Family: A Proclamation to the World

The Family: A Proclamation to the World

The Mormon Church holds traditional marriage in high regard. Unlike the polygamist religions, they believe God today requires marriage to consist of one man and one woman. It does not condone various forms of alternative marriages, including homosexual marriages, and...
LDS Women in the Home

LDS Women in the Home

The roles of men and women are different, but they are equal. God created the differing roles to complement each other and to enhance the ability of the Church and the planet to get things done effectively.  The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints  gives women...
Modern LDS Families–Family Home Evening

Modern LDS Families–Family Home Evening

Modern families belonging to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints treat Monday nights as a very special, very unique time. It has been described as a sacred time within the home. Monday night is Family Home Evening. On Monday nights, everyone in the family...
Modern LDS Families–Sunday Worship

Modern LDS Families–Sunday Worship

Today’s LDS family looks like most families in your community. If you were to spend the day with a local Mormon family, you’d see some things that are similar, and perhaps a few things that are different, but that you might find as appealing options in your own...
Modern LDS Families

Modern LDS Families

Today’s modern LDS family looks like most other families on the block. Most have one husband, one wife, and a varying number of children. There are single parent homes and childless homes. There are unmarried adults. There are no polygamous families, however. Members...
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