Tag: Mormonism

Beginning My Missionary Journey: the College Years

In my last post, I began sharing the story of how God called me to home missions. I went off to college with a burden on my heart for spiritually oppressed people and a specific call to prepare for full-time Christian service as a pastor’s wife. I wasn’t sure how all the pieces fit together, but […]

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Pray for Missionaries: A Personal Appeal

I’ve recently been sharing some ideas about praying for missionaries (here and here). How would you like a real-life opportunity to put those things into practice? As some of you know, my husband and I have felt God’s call to be missionary church-planters in the intermountain West. We’ve had a long stretch of waiting and preparing as he […]

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Book Review: The Mormonizing of America

Mitt Romney. Stephenie Meyer. Glenn Beck. Harry Reid. Donny & Marie Osmond. Gary Allan. Katherine Heigl. What do these names have in common? They all belong to Mormons. And not just any Mormons — highly influential ones. Mormons with power, fame, or authority. In a country that claims only 2% of its population as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of […]

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