For the last Sunday of each month I’m going to write a new post and also summarize the previous 3 posts from that month.

Sunday-An introduction to Sunday posts and why I want to write them

Who/What is “Mormon”?-Why do they call the LDS church members “Mormons”? Why do we read a book named after him?

LDS Temples: Sacred, Not Secret-The most popular religious post to date, focused on explaining why we have temples, and why a recommend is required to enter.

Finding Joy In The Journey-Inspiring words from our current Prophet, President Thomas S. Monson

FHE: Family Home Evening-FHE happens on Monday night, a time for families to reconnect and grow together spiritually.

Tithing-Read the comments on this post, it was fascinating to learn how tithing functions in other churches.

Christmas In Ancient America-The story of Christmas as it was experienced in Ancient America

This week instead of writing a new post, I’m going to turn to you and ask, sincerely (imagine me really asking it, I have a slightly high pitched voice and I do this weird thing with my eyes when I am really serious) “What do you want to hear?”

I would like to write the things about our church that you really want to read about. I’m open to all topics, and will write as much as I can to give you a satisfactory answer. For some reason, in the past people have expressed reticence regarding asking questions about my belief system. They start their questions with phrases like “I hope this doesn’t offend you” or “Don’t be mad, but,” and I see no need for that. I enjoy sharing my belief system with others, and I encourage any and all questions.

So readers, what topics would you like me to write Sunday posts on? More about the temples? Missionary work? The Book of Mormon? The hierarchy of the leaders of the church? Any request will be considered, and if I don’t feel like it is something I can answer publicly, I will email you personally.

Also, if you have a question you are hesitating to ask in such a public forum, please email me:  thatwife @ gmail dot com.

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