Tag Archives: ancestor worship

Mormon Dilemma 434

12 November

Ancestor Worship “Generations Linked in Love,” Ensign, May 2010, 92; “Consider the spiritual connections that are formed when a young woman helps her grandmother enter family information into a computer or when a young man sees the name of his great-grandfather on a census record. When our hearts turn to our ancestors, something changes inside […]

Mormon Dilemma 324

24 July

Pioneer Days Today we’re doing things a little differently – ooh, ahh!  🙂 Today is “Pioneer Days” in Utah and its significance mustn’t be overlooked, nor understated. In light of this I’ve decided to post an article I wrote about this all important day in Mormonism and hopefully give further insight to those who are […]

Mormon Dilemma 257

18 May

Family History Work and Genealogy http://www.lds.org/study/topics/family-history-work-and-genealogy?lang=eng “In the spirit world, the restored gospel is preached to those who died without receiving it in mortality. Many of those in the spirit world accept the gospel, but without a body they cannot receive the ordinances necessary for salvation. The primary purpose of family history work is to obtain names […]