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The Doctrine and Covenants of the Church of Jesus Christ of L... by Joseph Smith Jr.
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message 1: by April Lyn (new)

April Lyn This is interesting. Are you mormon? I've read a lot of The Pearl of Great Price and the Book of Mormon when I was younger.


Jessica (Books: A true story) Yes I am Mormon. I've read the Pearl of Great Price and the Book of Mormon. Have you ever read the Doctrine and Covenants?


message 3: by April Lyn (new)

April Lyn Jessica wrote: "Yes I am Mormon. I've read the Pearl of Great Price and the Book of Mormon. Have you ever read the Doctrine and Covenants?"

I don't think so. For a really long time my best friend was Mormon. So (about 13 years ago) I had the six "talks" with the missionaries, watched the videos, went to seminary before high school, etc. I went to Mormon dances and services and.. well, I couldn't go to her wedding since she was married in the temple. I did a few reports on it also. I have since mostly lost interest. I practice Christianity, too, but my church now is non-denom. I've been there about 4 years. Prior to that I was at a Brethren church for about 6 years.


Jessica (Books: A true story) That's really cool you did all that. I was raised Mormon by my parents, but my mom used to be Catholic and my dad used to be Methodist. I don't know that I've ever heard of the Brethren church.


message 5: by April Lyn (new)

April Lyn I was raised Catholic but my parents would just drop my brothers and I off in CCD (Sunday School) and go home, only to pick us up again an hour later. They never attended mass so I didn't see the value either. When I got my 1st confirmation at the age of 13 I quit going entirely. A couple years later I went to a very very small youth group (to meet a boy I'd "met" online) and accepted Christ there! Craziness. I was there for a couple years before I started attending the Brethren church. They're pretty close to non-denom, but a little more conservative. We did foot-washings a lot. My church now has around 12000 members, so it's a bit too big for me. But my husband grew up there and he works there, and we're really involved, so, we'll probably be there a while.


Jessica (Books: A true story) That's neat. Thanks for sharing :) I like learning about other's religions.


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