"Family is family," says guest blogger Mette Harrison. "And even if I’m not a believing Mormon anymore, family will be forever."
New research shows that U.S. Mormon families are still larger than the nation’s, but the difference is smaller than it used to be.
Christmas with family can be hard when you're a Mormon experiencing a faith transition. Guest blogger Mette Harrison says the death of her old beliefs led to new life in the form of a new "family" of close friends who've been there.
"Mormons need to stop acting as if family is the only way to God," says guest blogger Mette Harrison. And if we're going to defend the family, we need to defend *all* kinds of families.
Mormons are witnessing an “assault on the family,” all right. In fact, we’re often leading the charge.
"Inactive people like me don’t need cookies and a half-hearted note," says guest blogger Alexandra Michelle Rucinski. "We don’t need letters telling us the light is missing from our lives. We need you Mormons to do the thing you sang about in Primary. We need you to try to be like Jesus."
How do you respond when your kids don't want to be Mormon anymore? Guest blogger Mette Ivie Harrison says her daughter doesn't need to be LDS to be righteous.
What did Albus Dumbledore write to teen shooting victim Cassidy Stay? This is the man who said, "It is important to fight and fight again, and keep fighting, for only then can evil be kept at bay though never quite eradicated.”