Eternally damned?

I received another question and thought that I would share my response from someone I will call Sam. Sam said, "There is absolutely no biblical evidence for what you suggest by stating that a deceased person has any ability to accept your postmortem “proxy baptism”. It’s not easy to accept that they (loved ones) are... Continue Reading →

Saved by Grace, not works

Jim continues our conversation from my previous posts. He says, "Do you believe that Jesus is God? That it is only through him that we are saved? That there is nothing that we can do on earth, no "good deed," that will make us deserve or achieve eternal life?"Yes, Jim. I believe that. I am... Continue Reading →

I Believe in Christ

We were asked to sing I Believe In Christ to share with our church congregation virtually on Easter Sunday since there is a stay-at-home mandate due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Xavier was not too happy about it, but for the very first take, he did great. I would have re-recorded it once I saw that... Continue Reading →

Joseph Smith’s First Vision

This video took way longer than it should have. Back in the October 2014 General Conference, Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, invited everyone to consider recording Joseph Smith's account of the First Vision in our own words. I tried doing an audio recording of everyone reading it during a... Continue Reading →

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