Tag Archives: Dieter Uchtdorf

General Conference October 2017 Talk Summaries II

06 October

Isaiah 1:18 “Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.” If I had to give this conference an overall title, I’d name it ‘The Confounding Contradictions’. The Mormon Church has […]

Mormons and Grace

19 May

 I saw an article in LDS Living that caught my eye yesterday with the title Why Do Mormons Struggle So Much with Grace?  Now, I must confess there was a part of my that wanted to jump up, raise my hand and say “I know, I know. Pick me, pick me!!” after reading it. The […]

October 2016 General Conference Talk Summaries Women Session

28 September

The LDS Church has listed the talk summaries of their upcoming General Conference, so we’re looking at what Mr. Dieter Uchtdorf had to share. His entire speech can be viewed at the link for the video presentation at the end of this article. General Conference, ‘Fourth Floor, Last Door,’ October 2016; “ The purpose of […]

Is Mormonism Bringing You Closer to Christ?

02 December

Our question today isn’t rhetorical, rather, it stems from a comment made by LDS apostle Dieter Uchtdorf at the October 2015 General Conference. Couched in a long sermon, Mr. Uchtdorf said all members would benefit from asking themselves a series of questions to evaluate where they are in life. This way, he said, they’d also […]