The infographic explores how Mormonism is:
A Christ-centered faith – Jesus is central to our beliefs
A devout faith – Mormons strive to live their religion daily through personal spiritual devotions, church attendance, and more.
A family-centered faith – Mormons believe family is central to God’s plan for His children, and that families can be eternal (that family relationships can last beyond the grave). Family responsibilities have high priority in our lives and in our doctrine
A giving faith — Mormons believe in charitable giving, humanitarian service, and other efforts to help those in need
A global faith – Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints live in countries all over the world (more outside of the U.S. than within). Materials and conferences are translated into dozens of languages.
(See more infographics about Mormonism at LDS Media Talk.)
Also, find answers to some commonly asked questions about Mormonism:
- Are Mormons Christian?
- What do Mormons believe about God?
- Do Mormons believe in the Trinity?
- What is the Mormon View of the purpose of life?
- Do Mormons believe in the Bible?
- What is the Book of Mormon?
- What is a Mormon temple?
- Do Latter-day Saints believe in modern-day prophets?
- Do Latter-day Saints believe that the apostles receive revelations from God?
- Do Mormon women lead in the Church?
- Do Latter-day Saints believe they can become “gods”?
- Do Latter-day Saints believe that they will “get their own planet”?
- Do some Latter-day Saints wear temple garments?
- Do Latter-day Saints practice polygamy?
- What is the position of the Church regarding race relations?
- Do Mormons believe that the Garden of Eden is in Missouri?
- Why do you “baptize for the dead”?
- Why does the Church send out missionaries?
- Why don’t Mormons smoke or drink alcohol?
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