Tag: mormonism

Witness Well

Sharing the Message of the Cross

Good Friday is an opportunity for Christians to reflect on Jesus’ suffering and death, His sacrifice and our redemption. We focus on the cross because it is God’s answer to our sin. In Christ alone, our sins are fully forgiven and we are worthy before God. In this peace and assurance, we celebrate Easter Sunday …

Fuel for the Weekend

“Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” (Isaiah 40:31)

THREE words to fight frustration when sharing God’s Word

Sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with others is one of the most daunting exercises of our faith. I wonder how many bucket lists include going door-to-door to share the gospel of Jesus Christ.

“You did what?”

“You did what?”  I asked my husband. He had been out walking and had met two Mormon Sister Missionaries. He’d invited them to come and talk with us about the LDS faith. “Don’t worry,” he said, “You just provide the snacks and I’ll do the talking.” 

Three important steps to begin sharing God’s Word with Mormons

God plants the desire in every Christian heart to share the good news of salvation with others. Quite often, we just don’t know where to begin. This can be especially true if we have been blessed with Mormon friends and neighbors — or have suffered the heartache of family members joining the LDS Church. To properly …

“My daughter became a Mormon nine months ago” — A Mother’s Ache for a Lost Child

The depth a parent will go to find a lost child. The pain, guilt, and desperation dominate our thoughts and emotions. But what if the lost child is living in your own home? Letters we receive from Christian parents whose children have turned to the false teachings of Mormonism breaks our hearts. Filled with anguish, …

Amanda’s Story: Escaping my life of Mormonism

My name is Amanda, I am 35 years old with a wonderful husband and two beautiful children. My story of escaping Mormonism begins, well, since I can remember. While growing up in the Mormon Church I never felt anything good. Never anything peaceful, nothing spiritual, nothing comforting. Most of all, I never felt the Lord …

Why Jesus did not condemn the woman caught in adultery

The woman caught in adultery is thrown at Jesus’ feet. Shaken, terrified, and humiliated for being placed in this position, the gathering men holding rocks in their hands are demanding from Jesus a verdict. Is this guilty woman deserving of death? Jesus’ answer to the throng of religious zealots confounds them in their furious quest …