An Angel preaching another gospel

A common criticism of The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ is it is “violating” scripture by adding to the Bible. Over several blog articles I will attempt to explain what the prophets were saying, giving context and showing how this concern is unfounded. For this post I will discuss the criticism found by misunderstanding Galatians 1:6-9 and how Latter-day Saint belief that Moroni, a resurrected being (and commonly called an angel), delivering the gold plates to the prophet Joseph Smith, is exactly what the Apostle Paul was warning about when he wrote: Continue reading

Honoring Elder Walker

Elder Jermaine Luther Walker, a Missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, had been serving in Kingston, Jamaica, which is also his home town.  He has been released from his mortal mission early and returning home to that God who gave him life.  He was a valiant solider in the battle of souls.  He will be missed by his family and friends.

For more information, visit DesertNews.com

Honoring Sisters Lindsey Spjute and Karen Ann Deschamps

Sister Lindsey Spjute, a Missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, had been serving in Birmingham, England.  She was from Farmington, Utah.  She died while jogging with her companion.

Sister Karen Ann Deschamps, from St. George, UT, had been serving with her husband, Elder Randall Deschamps, in Kirtland, OH.  She died in a car accident. Elder Deschamps remains in critical condition.

 

 

Instead, of serving returning home with their families at the conclusion of their missionary labors, they have been released from their mortal mission early and returning home to that God who gave them life.  They were valiant soldiers in the battle of souls.  They will be missed by their family and friends.

For more information, visit KSL.com story on Sis. Spjute. and KSL.com story on Elder & Sis. Deschamps

Sister Lindsey Spiute
Sister Lindsey Spjute


Elder Randall Deschamps and
Sister Karen Ann Deschamps

Honoring Elder Chad Wayman

Elder Chad Wayman, a Missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, had been serving in South Africa for about 18-months.  He was scheduled to return home in September 2008 to his family in Sandy, Utah.  Instead, he has been released from his mortal mission early and returning home to that God who gave him life.  He was a valiant solider in the battle of souls.  He will be missed by his family and friends.

 For more information, visit KSL.com.