We want you to know our family is a church, and we’ll sing to you if you ask
We’re not a big fan of the Church of the Adventist, and when I read the title of our new podcast about the Church, I thought, I’m going to want to subscribe.
That’s what we do: We want to give you the best information we can about the world’s biggest faith, the Adventists, to help you make better decisions about your life and your faith.
So we’ve made the podcast in part because we love them, and partly because we think they’re so great.
We’ve listened to them tell their stories, and they’ve taught us a lot about the importance of faith.
And they’ve also taught us that there are people who are religious that are not.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (or LDS) is a worldwide denomination of about 2.5 million members, many of whom are Christians of various stripes.
The denomination is a relatively small and small-minded one, but its beliefs are not as conservative as those of many mainline denominations.
Most Mormons believe the earth is 6,000 years old, for example, or that the Earth is flat.
But some believe the Bible is the word of God, and some believe that the Book of Mormon is the literal word of god.
Like many faith groups, the Church has its own jargon and theology, and many of the terms used in church speak to those values and beliefs.
There’s also a wide variety of beliefs and practices among the members of the LDS Church, and the organization is known for being secretive and for not letting its members talk to outsiders about its beliefs.
It’s a big family.
I’m in the Church’s general conference every year.
We have our own conference, which we have called the First Presidency of the United States.
There are also some branches, called branches, that are affiliated with other denominations, including the Presbyterian Church.
For most Mormons, it’s about meeting at church to worship, to read scripture, and to discuss the Gospel.
In our podcast, we want to hear what other members of your family are saying about the church, because that’s what it’s like to grow up in the Mormon faith.
But we also want to ask questions, because we’re curious to know what other people think about the faith.
For instance, we might want to know whether you’re a Mormon, but you’re not sure.
If you’re like many of our listeners, you’ve been to a lot of church services, and you’ve probably heard some of the stories that the Church tells about the history of the church.
Some of the most famous stories include the Book