Since this week's Come Follow Me lesson covers the longest clobber passage in scripture, we took some time to talk about it and why we can't use the bible to condemn same-sex relationships.
James recounts his Elders quorum lesson on building bridges with the black community this past Sunday.
White hipster post-mormon who thinks it's appropriate to question black people's involvement with the church gets added to the prayer roll.
What we learn about and from the Anti-Nephi-Lehite women based on what is not written.
What we can learn about racial justice from Moroni's complaint to Pahoran.
What we learn about allyship …
The first of the war chapters and what we can learn from the methods of war and the Nephite/Lamanite conflict
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We get great doctrine and another story of redemption in this week's lesson and yet again there are practical applications to our day.
Transcription: David Doyle
Audio Editing: Tamarra Kemsley
Helaman got a whole book. Corianton got three chapters. The least we could do is name an episode for Shiblon
Link to Rev. Dr. Fatimah Salleh's course …
What the mission to the Zoramites teaches us about refugees, claiming your space, and reparations and more
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Why was Korihor so convincing?
Why didn't he get a second chance?
How can we see ourselves in Korihor and the Zoramites?
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