The church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormonism) is a global religion, and its members are not bound by geography or history.
But that doesn’t mean there are no contradictions in its teachings.
And in an effort to bring the faith to more people, the church is offering its followers a free online course, Journey Church, that will teach them how to become better believers.
The course is designed for people who have never experienced a Mormon experience, but who are eager to learn more about the faith and its history.
“It’s an opportunity for people to get a refresher course in the basics,” said Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, the first president of the church.
“The most important thing is to have the basic concepts of how to get there.”
Holland, a native of Michigan, was ordained to the priesthood at age 18 and later served as an apostle in Utah.
He was a teacher of the gospel at Brigham Young University when he started the LDS Church.
“There’s nothing more important to me than the gospel of Jesus in its purest form,” he said.
“If I can teach my kids how to be better Christians, I’ll be happy.”
As a Latter-Day Saint, Holland was deeply committed to the faith’s values.
He’s dedicated to helping others to grow in the faith, and he’s made his efforts known in the church’s online videos, videos, podcasts and podcasts.
Journey Church will be available to anyone who attends a church meeting or has a family member who attends, and the program is being offered at no cost.
“We want to give people an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the faith,” Holland said.
The free program will be offered for free through LDS Church headquarters in Salt Lake City.
It will be taught in English and in Spanish, and it will include video recordings and live classes in the Church’s Salt Lake Valley headquarters, which is on the campus of the University of Utah.
In addition, the program will also include a special audio version that will be made available to LDS Church members, and a live version available to other Latter-DAYS for a fee.
In the video, Holland will share stories from the life of the founder of the LDS faith.
“You will hear from the greatest pioneers of this movement,” he wrote.
“I hope you will get a deeper understanding of the journey of Joseph Smith.”
Holland said the program was designed to teach people about the church through stories from history, not from scripture.
“In the video I’m talking about the founding of the Mormon Church in 1830,” he explained.
“This is how Joseph Smith came to be.” “
And you see that vision, and you hear that vision in the history of the Church,” he added.
“This is how Joseph Smith came to be.”
The Mormon church started as a missionary church, and today the church has about 1.5 million members.
But its history is complex.
It has no organized governing body, and there is no written scripture.
It also has a long history of polygamy, a practice that some people find repugnant, and which the church condemns.
The church has been a church for more than 150 years, and Holland said that the church wants to make its members understand how they can be a part of the future.
“It’s a way to remind us of the goodness that God has to offer in this world,” he told Recode.
“As we make this journey to God, we need to remember how great it is to be a Latter Day Saint.”
Holland is not the only one who wants to bring a modern perspective to the religion.
“Mormons have always been a little bit different than other faiths,” said Holland, who is also the director of the Institute for Mormon and Religious Studies at Brigham and Women’s Theological Seminary.
“Some of us feel like we’re very traditional.
“They believe that the universe is in a kind of eternal struggle. “
That’s very different from other faiths that want to open up and do things differently,” he continued.
The program will not be available on LDS.org or elsewhere, but it will be uploaded to LDS.com as soon as it is ready.”
To us, the scriptures are a little more open and welcoming to people who want to do what they want to, to the extent that they’re able to, as well as the teachings that have come out of the Prophet Joseph Smith,” Holland added.
The program will not be available on LDS.org or elsewhere, but it will be uploaded to LDS.com as soon as it is ready.